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About this title

Storyline

Docudrama crosscut with real interviews about the 1990s tech boom in the Silicon Valley.

Country: United States

Type: scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: January 13, 2019

Also Known As: Долината на успеха, Valley of the BoomEl Boom de Silicon Valley |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

silicon valley
1990s
internet history

Company Credits

Production Co: STX Entertainment

Cast

Christopher Gerard
as Super-Tan #1
Lamorne Morris
as Darrin Morris
Doug Abrahams
as Ace Greenberg
Prince Nii Engmann
as Dancing Courier
John Karna
as Marc Andreessen
Dan Quinn
as Mike
Lily Scott
as Hula Hooper
Guy Christie
as Analyst
Rachel Hayward
as Joyce
Nick Hunnings
as Ed Cespedes
Hilary Jardine
as Patty Beron
Christian Lagasse
as Nerdy Teen
James Rha
as Patty's Boss
Matthew Harrison
as High Level AOL Executive
Chris Cannon
as Kelly
Jason Schombing
as Allen Krizelman
Ayden Daniel Lim
as Egg throwing kid
Jacob Richter
as Dan Goodin
Erik Gow
as Joel Shepard
Dalias Blake
as Analyst Two
Richard O'Sullivan
as Dancing Banker
Jonathan Alem
as Microsoft Hoody
Jeremy Arnold
as Sales Guy
Cherilynn Fulbright
as Coder Girl
Patrick Sparling
as Shooter
Cameron McDonald
as Chuck Hauswirth
Nikki Chohan
as Assistant
Tom Stevens
as Phillip
Katerina Katelieva
as Plain But Cute Coder
Darlyne Dolap
as CNBC Reporter
Michael Meneer
as Reporter
Mark Cuban
as Self
Camille Hollett-French
as Tara Hernandez
Brittany Good
as Dancing Pedestrian #8
Alison Wandzura
as Bethany
Luvia Petersen
as Mary Meeker
Rohan Campbell
as Jeremy
Natasha Gorrie
as Dancing Pedestrian #11
Carey Feehan
as Robert Dunning
Gareth Rees
as Hipster
Chris Nowland
as Toady
Madison Smith
as Will
David Attar
as Super-Tan #2
Bradley Whitford
as James L. Barksdale
Felipe Viana
as Guy Grilling
Audessa Parafina
as Dancing Pedestrian #1
Richard Keats
as Banker #2
John Murphy
as Jim Clark
Lyle Bismark
as Netscape Hoody
Hannah Henney
as Dancer
Ken Camroux-Taylor
as Bob Halperin
Noel Johansen
as Not Steve/Steve
Mike Kovac
as Balding Ponytail Coder
Evan Morash
as Dancing Pedestrian #10
Spence Murray
as Former Browser Lead/Self
Kunal Jaggi
as Brian
Rebecca Husain
as Roberta Katz
Donna Benedicto
as Kate
Nick Modeste
as Dancing Taxi Driver
Harry Han
as Reporter #2
Stewart Iguidez
as Break Dancer
Devon Alexander
as Friend
Kurtis Maguire
as Curtis
Raymond Johnson-Brown
as Dancing Butler
Sean Kuling
as Actor (Lucias Veras)
Harj Rai
as Dancing Banker
Arianna Huffington
as Self
Shaz Mohsin
as Assistant
Chiara Zanni
as Sheila
Jaren Moore
as Stage manager
Jagen Johnson
as Security Guard
David Stuart
as Pit Boss
Jesse James Pierce
as Crew Guy
Joe Zanetti
as Analyst Three
Brian Calvert
as Banker
Nicholas Yee
as Netscape Employee
Chris Smith
as Kelley
Emily Holmes
as D'Anne Schjerning
Andrée Desrochers
as Dancing Hot Girl #3
Gaalen Engen
as Todd
Dakota Shapiro
as Stephan Paternot
Cameron Park
as Parishioner
Vincent Dangerfield
as Lee Wiskowski
Stephan Paternot
as Self
Kyal Scott
as Eric
Paul Rogic
as Financial Coach
Beta Chan
as Dancer
Eric Bempong
as Passenger
Fred Henderson
as Michael Egan/Mike Egan
Oliver Cooper
as Todd Krizelman
Kat Pasion
as Dancing Hot Girl #1
Ian Hawes
as Diner/Stockbroker
Stefania Indelicato
as Reporter #1
Sebastien Archibald
as Analyst One
Chris Robson
as Lawyer
Lauren Overholt
as Female Tech
Keegan Connor Tracy
as Rosanne Siino
Siobhan Williams
as Jenn
Paul Herbert
as Paul Ward
Evan Rein
as Pixelon Employee
Boyd Ferguson
as Dan Rosen
Kalyn Miles
as New Hire
Steve Zahn
as Michael Fenne
Michel Issa Rubio
as Banker
Gili Roskies
as Employee #1
Stew McLean
as Director
Kaiden Berge
as Tweaker
Tyler Alderman
as Guy on the Sidewalk
Nelson Leis
as Danny Socolof
Joanne Pesusich
as Dancing Police Officer
Keith Arbuthnot
as Bill Gates Puppet
G. Patrick Currie
as Stu Marketing VP
Jesse James
as Barry Moore
Raf Rogers
as Sean Alvaro
Dion Skolseg
as Bryan
Vicky Lambert
as Female Dancer
Andrew Barber
as Photographer
Nick Fontaine
as Wiskowski Associate
Juliana Wimbles
as Amy
Julia Harnett
as Dancing Pedestrian/Dancing Pedestrian #5
Aria Birch
as Izzy Young
Michael Charrois
as Bart Moore
Louis Lay
as Technician
Michael Patrick Denis
as Thomas Reardon
Dion Riley
as Bryan

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 6 Episodes

Media

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Golden Trailer Awards 2019

Nominee

Golden Trailer Awards

Best Comedy (TV Spot / Trailer /Teaser for a Series)

Nominee

Golden Trailer Awards

Most Innovative Advertising for a TV/Streaming Series

Nominee

Golden Trailer Awards

Best Trailerbyte for a TV Series/Streaming Series

Leo Awards 2019

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Casting in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Costume Design in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Production Design in a Dramatic Series

Nominee

Leo Awards

Best Dramatic Series

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