Meet The Cast of ‘Lift’ (2024 film)

Lift is heist action comedy thriller film directed by F. Gary Gray and written by Daniel Kunka. The film stars Kevin Hart (who also served as producer), Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Vincent D’Onofrio, Úrsula Corberó, Billy Magnussen, Jacob Batalon, Jean Reno, and Sam Worthington.

Lift is scheduled to be released on January 12, 2024, by Netflix. Read on to find out more about Lift’s crew.

'Lift' (2024 film)

‘Lift’ (2024 film)

Kevin Hart is ‘Cyrus’ – the Mastermind

What to know: Hart has appeared in multiple Netflix comedy specials and original films, including last year’s Me Time.

Where you’ve seen him: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Night School, Central Intelligence, The Man from Toronto, Fatherhood, True Story

Gugu Mbatha-Raw is ‘Abby’ – the Agent

What to know: Mbatha-Raw won the British Independent Film Award for Best Actress for her performance as the illegitimate mixed-race daughter of a Royal Navy admiral in 2013’s Belle.

Where you’ve seen her: Beyond the Lights, Miss Sloane, Beauty and the Beast, Fast Color, Loki, A Wrinkle in Time, The Cloverfield Paradox 

Vincent D’Onofrio is ‘Denton’ – Master of Disguise

What to know: The Emmy-nominated D’Onofrio picked up a few tricks from a magic shop in Florida he used to frequent.

Where you’ve seen him: Full Metal Jacket, Men in Black, Daredevil, Jurassic World, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Unforgivable

Úrsula Corberó is ‘Camila’ – the Pilot

What to know: As Tokyo, the protagonist of Money Heist, Corberó has built a devoted fan base.

Where you’ve seen her: Snake Eyes, The Tree of Blood, Snatch, Gran Reserva

Billy Magnussen is ‘Magnus’ – the Safe Cracker

What to know: Magnussen’s acting career started out on Broadway, where he appeared in a revival of The Ritz opposite Rita Moreno.

Where you’ve seen him: Into the Woods, No Time to Die, Game Night, Bridge of Spies, Maniac, Aladdin 

Viveik Kalra is ‘Luc’ – the Extraction Expert

What to know: Kalra’s debut performance came in Gurinder Chadha’s love letter to Bruce Springsteen, Blinded by the Light.
Where you’ve seen him: Voyagers, Three Months, Beecham House

Yun Jee Kim is ‘Mi-Sun’ — the Tech Wizard

What to know: Kim is also a singer and performs under the stage name NS Yoon-G in South Korea.

Where you’ve seen her: The Last Empress, Mine

Sam Worthington

What to know: Worthington is best known for his work in James Cameron’s Avatar and its 2022 sequel Avatar: The Way of Water, in which he plays human turned Na’vi warrior Jake Sully.

Where you’ve seen him: Clash of the Titans, Wrath of the Titans, Terminator: Salvation, Everest, Hacksaw Ridge, Under the Banner of Heaven

Jacob Batalon

What to know: You’ve probably spotted Batalon as Peter Parker’s best friend Ned Leeds in one of the recent Spider-Man films.

Where you’ve seen him: Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Every Day, Reginald the Vampire

Jean Reno

What to know: Reno is a truly international screen presence: Since his debut in 1978, he’s appeared in American, French, English, Japanese, Spanish and Italian film productions.

Where you’ve seen him: Mission: Impossible, Léon: The Professional, Da 5 Bloods, The Da Vinci Code, The Pink Panther, The Big Blue, Godzilla, Les Visiteurs

Burn Gorman

What to know: Gorman was born in California, but moved to England at age 7.

Where you’ve seen him: Pacific Rim, Enola Holmes, The Dark Knight Rises, Game of Thrones, Crimson Peak, Turn: Washington’s Spies, Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Paul Anderson

What to know: Anderson just wrapped up his role as Arthur Shelby on hit series Peaky Blinders.

Where you’ve seen him: Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, ‘71, The Revenant, In the Heart of the Sea, Nightmare Alley, Hostiles, Legend