Brian Hallisay has been cast for a recurring role in the fourth season of REVENGE. The drama series centers on the daughter of a framed executive who makes it her mission to infiltrate high society and get revenge on the people who set up her dad. Hallisay will play Ben, a local cop and a new friend of Jack’s. He is repped by Management 360 and The Kohner Agency.
Lucy Lawless is set to star on the second season of MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. She joins Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen and Brett Dalton, who all star on the series. Lawless is repped by APA, Auckland Actors, and Valeo Entertainment.
Regina King will recur on freshman drama AMERICAN CRIME, which follows the effects of a racially charged trial on the town of Modesto, California. King will play the sister of the accused, who comes to Modesto to help him navigate a legal system she believes will treat him unfairly. King is repped by ICM Partners and John Carrabino Management.
David Andrews has been cast in a recurring role on THE WHISPERS. The supernatural thriller focuses on a mysterious threat that has taken control of the world’s children in order to further its cause. Andrews will play the U.S. Secretary of Defense, joining series stars Lily Rabe, Barry Sloane, and Milo Ventimiglia. He is repped by Mavrick Artists Agency and Untitled Entertainment.
Meaghan Rath will recur on SECRETS & LIES. The series tells the story of a man who finds the body of a young boy, and becomes the prime suspect in the ensuing murder investigation, and stars Ryan Phillippe and Juliette Lewis. Rath will play the murdered boy’s young aunt. She is repped by The Kohner Agency and Silver Lining Entertainment.
Bernadette Peters will guest star on the first season of GIRLFRIEND’S GUIDE TO DIVORCE. The series follows a bestselling self-help author who is hiding the fact that she and her husband are separated. Peters will play Annie, the mother of divorced entertainment lawyer, Lyla, who will be played by Janeane Garofalo. Peters is repped by WME.
Carrie Preston is set to reprise her role as Elsbeth Tascioni on the sixth season of THE GOOD WIFE. Preston’s Tascioni is a fan and critic favorite, earning her a 2013 Guest Actress Emmy for a drama series. Preston is repped by Innovative Artists and Sanders Armstrong Caserta Management.
Elisabeth Rohm joins the cast of STALKER, a new drama series which follows two detectives from the Threat Assessment Unit who investigate cases of stalking. Rohm has been cast as Amanda, an LA Deputy District Attorney who works with the detectives. She is repped by Mavrick Artists and Untitled.
William Mapother has been cast in a guest starring role on HAWAII FIVE-0. He will play Eric Porter, a likable, wealthy businessman who gets caught up in a tense situation but still offers to help out the authorities. Mapother is repped by Don Buchwald & Associates and More / Medavoy Management.
Regina King will guest star in an episode of THE BIG BANG THEORY. King’s character is the director of human resources at the university, and has a strange relationship with Raj. King is repped by ICM Partners and John Carrabino Management.
Fox’s animated comedies will have some pretty heavyhitting guest stars. Bill Hader, Aziz Ansari, Carl Reiner, Molly Shannon, Megan Mullally, Nick Offerman, Joe Lo Truglio, Jordan Peele, Keegan Michael Key, Kevin Kline and Zach Galifianakis will all voice characters for BOB’S BURGERS. (Hopefully not all in the same episode.) Nick Offerman, Sarah Silverman, David Hyde Pierce, Jeffrey Ross, Matthew Sweet, and Judd Apatow will lend their voices to episodes of THE SIMPSONS. Liam Neeson, Julie Bowen, and Allison Janney have signed on for guest roles on FAMILY GUY, while Kim Kardashian, Corey Stoll, Swoosie Kurtz and Steven Yeun will all guest voice AMERICAN DAD.
Rhea Perlman has booked a recurring role on the third season of THE MINDY PROJECT. She’ll play Annette Castellano, the mother of Danny, Mindy’s main love interest. Perlman is repped by Innovative Artists.
Neil Patrick Harris will join the cast of AMERICAN HORROR STORY: FREAK SHOW in a guest role. Harris wrote a letter to creator Ryan Murphy, asking to be cast, and Murphy agreed. Harris is repped by CAA and Booh Schut Company.
Finn Wittrock will also join the cast of AMERICAN HORROR STORY: FREAK SHOW, yet it is unclear how big of a role he will have. Ryan Murphy, the show’s creator, is bringing him over from his work on “The Normal Heart,” which Murphy also directed. Wittrock is repped by ICM and Weissenback Management.
Soap opera star Craig Bierko is set to star in UN-REAL, a drama series that goes behind the scenes of a hit dating competition show, following the experiences of a young staffer whose job it is to manipulate the relationships on the show. Bierko has been cast as Chet, the creator of the reality show who is in love with his executive producer but won’t leave his family for her. Bierko is repped by Paradigm.
Michael Irby will recur on freshman drama THE LOTTERY, a thriller set in a dystopian future where women have stopped reproducing, threatening the extinction of the human race. Irby has been cast as Nick, a man who has made unwise choices that get him into trouble. He is repped by Greene & Associates and The Coronel Group.
Ambyr Childers and Beau Mirchoff are set to have recurring roles on upcoming series AQUARIUS. The drama series centers on a cop who goes undercover to track down Charles Manson and his “family” before their murder spree. Childers is set to play a seductive woman who lures girls awway from home as part of Manson’s plan to recruit them. Mirchoff will play Rick, a UCLA student who takes his girlfriend to a drug party where they run into Manson. Childers is repped by McKeon-Myones Management and UTA, Mirchoff is repped by APA and Velocity Entertainment Partners.
Miguel Sandoval has been promoted to series regular on BAD JUDGE, a comedy centering on Rebecca Wright, a tough as nails criminal court judge whose personal life is much wilder than her professional one. Sandoval had a guest spot in the pilot as Judge Conners, Wright’s boss. He is repped by Greene & Associates and Ben Levine.
Chance Kelly has booked a recurring role on AQUARIUS, the upcoming drama about the hunt for Charles Manson. Kelly will play a police officer who works alongside the detective played by series star David Duchovny. He is repped by Abrams Artists Agency and DNA Entertainment.
Angus Macfadyen has been cast as a recurring star on THE PINKERTONS, which will air in first-run syndication on American television this year. Macfadyen will play Pinkerton Detective Agency founder Allan Pinkerton in the show, which draws on real-life Pinkerton cases from the 19th century. Macfadyen is repped by Innovative Artists and Kramer Management.
Hannah John-Kamen has been cast in KILLJOYS, a sci-fi series from Temple Street Productions. John-Kamen will star as Dutch, a top-level interplanetary bounty hunter who chases warrants throughout a distant planetary system. Aaron Ashmore and Luke Macfarlane are also attached to star. John-Kamen is repped by Scott Marshall Partners and Luber Roklin Entertainment.