Ricki Seidman

Played by Grace Gummer

Grace Gummer

Grace Gummer made her professional acting debut in off-Broadway show, The Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents. From there, she played Hero in Much Ado About Nothing at the Kirk Douglas Theater in Los Angeles, before debuting on Broadway in Tom Stoppard's Arcadia, for which she won a Theatre World Award. Grace later performed in David Auburn's The Columnist on Broadway, directed by Daniel Sullivan.

Gummer made her television debut in the 2010 series Gigantic. In 2012, she appeared in the NBC hit Smash. She then went on to join the second and third seasons of HBO's The Newsroom. In 2014, Grace was seen in Steven Spielberg’s series Extant for CBS, as well as American Horror Story: Coven and American Horror Story: Freak Show. She most recently starred in Amazon's Good Girls Revolt and can next be seen in Confirmation for HBO Films. She recently joined the cast of and is currently in production on USA's second season of the Golden Globe Award-winning series Mr. Robot.

In film, Grace appeared in Frances Ha directed by Noah Baumbach in 2012; The Homesman directed by Tommy Lee Jones in 2014; and the indie-comedy Jenny’s Wedding, also in 2014.