John Stamos has been cast as the male lead on MEMBERS ONLY, a drama series set at an exclusive country club, which chronicles the lives of both the members and the employees. Stamos will play a hedgefund billionaire whose marriage to Natalie Zea’s character gains him entry to the club. Stamos is repped by WME and Brillstein Entertainment.
Nico Evers-Swindell joins the cast of MANHATTAN LOVE STORY in a recurring role. The freshman comedy series stars Analeigh Tipton and Jake McDorman as two New Yorkers whose internal monologues tell the story of their dating conquests. Evers-Swindell will play Tucker, a senior editor at a New York publishing firm who becomes Tipton’s friend and mentor. He is repped by Gersh and Authentic Talent.
Rob Huebel, Paul Sorvino and Dan Bakkedahl have been cast in Adam F. Goldberg’s comedy THE GOLDBERGS. The semiautobiographical series follows a geeky teenager and his family as they navigate suburbia in the 80s. Heubel will play John Calabasas, a talent scout who trolls the malls looking for talent to scam, while Sorvino has been cast as Goldberg’s grandfather Pop-Pop. Bakkedahl will play Mr. Woodburn, an argumentative middle school science teacher who loves to debate with his students. Huebel is repped by UTA and Principato-Young Entertainment, Sorvino is with Innovative Artists and The Arlook Group, while Bakkedahl is repped by UTA and Authentic Talent.
Samm Levine will recur on the freshman season of SELFIE. The comedy tells an updated version of “My Fair Lady,” in which a put-together marketing executive (John Cho) helps his coworker, a flaky and shallow social media queen (Karen Gillan), rebrand herself. Levine will play a low-level employee of the company who is also the president’s new son-in-law. He is repped by TalentWorks and Cohn/Torgan Management.
Tyne Daly will guest star on an upcoming episode of MODERN FAMILY. Daly will play Mrs. Plank, Lily’s stern and old school teacher in the comedy. Daly is repped by Innovative Artists and Anonymous Content.
Miranda Mayo will recur on the upcoming season of PRETTY LITTLE LIARS. The drama follows four girls who, in the aftermath of their friend’s disappearance. are stalked by a mysterious person or group known only as “A.” Mayo plays a chef who is new in town, and who butts heads with Emily. She is repped by Abrams Artists Agency and Sheila Crawford Management.
Matt Nable has been tapped to play Ra’s al Ghul on the third season of ARROW. The villain is the leader of the League of Assassins and father of Nyssa al Ghul, as well as a master of martial arts. Nable is repped by Greene & Associates Talent Agency and Intellectual Artists Management.
Allison Tolman will guest-star on two episodes of the third season of THE MINDY PROJECT, which chronicles the personal and professional foibles of OB/GYN Dr. Mindy Lahari. Tolman will play Abby Berman, a sweet romance novelist who goes on a disastrous blind date with Mindy’s colleague Peter Prentice. She is repped by UTA and Odenkirk Provissiero Entertainment.
Cary Tagawa has been cast on THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE as a series regular. The project is set in the 60s and explores an alternate reality where the Nazis and Japanese won World War II and occupy the United States. Tagawa, repped by Margie Weiner Management, will play Tagomi, the head of Japan’s Trade Mission who is working as a spy with Nazi double agent Rudolph Wegener.
Chris O’Shea and James Harvey Ward will be series regulars on POINT OF HONOR, a Civil War family drama pilot from Carlton Cuse and Randall Wallace. The project centers on best friends and brothers-in-law who are on opposite sides of the war. O’Shea will play Robert Sumner, a lieutenant in the Union army, while Ward has been cast as Cutler, a heartless slave overseer. O’Shea is repped by CAA and Evolution Entertainment. Ward is with Domain.
The miniseries SHOW ME A HERO adds Latanya Richardson Jackson, Natalie Paul, Clarke Peters and Daniel Stern to its cast. The project, from David Simon, stars Oscar Isaac as the youngest big city mayor in the country who becomes embroiled in a racial controversy when he’s ordered by a federal court to build low income houseing in the white neighborhoods of his city. Jackson, repped by Paradigm and Framework, will play Norma O’Neal, a hardworking home health nurse who struggles to raise her family while dealing with her own health concerns. Paul, repped by Phoenix Artists, has been cast as Doreen Henderson, a woman born in Yonkers but raised in the suburbs who is drawn back into the projects. Peters, repped by Stone Manners Salners Agency and Talking Heads Voices, plays Robert Mayhawk, a consultant hired to help educate tenants about life in their new neighborhood. Stern, repped by Paradigm, will play Oscar Newman, an urban planner with a unique plan for the public housing.
Yvette Monreal and Keith Powers will recur on the second season of FAKING IT. The comedy follows two best friends who pretend to be a lesbian couple in order to gain popularity at their uber-liberal high school. Monreal will play Regan, a hip lesbian who waits tables by day and DJs by night. Powers will play the girls’ classmate Theo, a guy’s guy who’s good at cars, pool, and flirting. Monreal is repped by Koopman Management; Powers is repped by HRI Talent and Luber Roklin Entertainment.
Serinda Swan will have a four episode arc on CHICAGO FIRE. She will play Brittany Baker, a graphic designer and potential love interest for Kelly Severide. Swan is repped by UTA, Elevate Entertainment, and Performers Management.
Jennifer Carpenter will star in STANISTAN, a drama centering on the staff of the American compound in the Middle Eastern country of Stanistan. Carpenter has been cast as Public Affairs Officer Marcie Post, the daughter of a well known diplomat. Carpenter is repped by WME and Untitled Entertainment.