JR Bourne will join the cast of REVENGE in a recurring capacity for the second season. He will portray Kenny, a resident of the Hamptons who uses fancy clothes and an expensive car to hide his rough edges. Bourne currently recurs on “Teen Wolf” and recently had an arc on “The Secret Circle”. He is repped by AKA Talent Agency and Valeo Entertainment.
Ben Lawson will recur on the second season of DON’T TRUST THE B- IN APARTMENT 23 as Jonathan, a romantic interest for Chloe (Krysten Ritter), the titular “B”. Lawson starred on the Australian soap opera “Neighbors” and the U.S. courtroom drama “The Deep End”. He recently appeared in “No Strings Attached” with Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher. He is repped by WME and Untitled Entertainment.
SCANDAL is adding Norm Lewis as a recurring guest star for its second season. He will play an ex-boyfriend to Olivia (Kerry Washington), the president of a crisis management firm which caters to Washington’s elite. Lewis is well known for his theater work, which includes a Tony Award nomination for his starring role in the revival of “Porgy and Bess”. He is repped by Paradigm and The Katz Company.
MADE IN JERSEY will add Enver Gjokaj as a guest star for its first season. The show follows Martina (Janet Montgomery), a first-year associate at a super-competitive New York law firm. Gjokaj will play Tommy, a U.S. attorney and Martina’s former boyfriend. Gjokaj was a regular on Joss Whedon’s “Dollhouse” and has appeared in “Community”, “Person of Interest” and “Hawaii Five-O”. He is repped by ICM and Suskin Management.
Ron Yuan will appear in a recurring role for the CBS cop drama GOLDEN BOY. Reprising his guest-starring role in the pilot, Yuan will play Lt. Kang, a tough supervisor for the police. Yuan has appeared in arcs for “CSI: NY” and “Prison Break”. He is repped by ICM and Pallas Management.
Chris Klein will guest star on the next season of RAISING HOPE as the “almost” long-lost older brother of Jimmy (Lucas Neff). Klein starred in three of the four main “American Pie” films and currently plays a recurring character on FX’s “Wilfred”. He is repped by ICM and Brillstein Entertainment.
Whoopi Goldberg will be returning to GLEE in a recurring role for the fourth season. Goldberg appeared in three episodes last season as Carmen Tibideaux, a professor at the New York Academy of the Dramatic Arts. The Oscar-winning actress, though known for her roles in “Ghost” and “The Color Purple”, has also built up an impressive television resume, with recurring roles on “Star Trek: The Next Generation” and “The Cleaner”. She is repped by WME.
Ciaran Hinds has been cast as Mance Rayder on GAME OF THRONES. The King Beyond The Wall was a former Night’s Watch member who left to live with the wildlings and became their leader. The role will mark a return of HBO for the actor, who starred as Julius Caesar on the BBC/HBO series “Rome”. He recently finished a turn on the USA Channel miniseries “Political Animals” with Sigourney Weaver. Hinds is repped by CAA.
After guest starring in the pilot of DO NO HARM, Samm Levine is joining the cast in a recurring capacity. He will play Josh, an administrative assistant. Levine is most recognizable for appearing in “Inglourious Basterds” as one of the titular Nazi hunters. He also starred in the cult series “Freaks and Geeks” and appeared in “Modern Family” and “NCIS”. He is repped by Talent Works and Cohn/Torgan Management.
Malcolm McDowell is going back to college. Community college, that is. The acclaimed actor will play Greendale’s new history professor in the fourth season of COMMUNITY. McDowell currently stars on the TNT courtroom drama “Franklin & Bash” and has also appeared recently in “Entourage”, “The Mentalist” and “CSI: Miami”. He is repped by Markham, Froggatt and Irwin and CR Management.
Majandra Delfino will play the sister of Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) in THE FARM, the spinoff of “The Office” which will follow Dwight as he runs the Schrute farm/bed & breakfast. His sister, Fannie Schrute, once ran away to Boston but is now back, divorced and with a kid. Schrute co-created the show with “Office” showrunner/cast member Paul Lieberstein, who will step down as showrunner in order to exec produce “The Farm”. Delfino starred in the cult series “Roswell” and has appeared in “Men of a Certain Age” and “State of Georgia”. She is repped by APA.