Thursday, March 14, 2019

Casting News - Alice Eve, Tamsin Greig, Philip Glenister and Harriet Walter to Star in Epix's 'Belgravia'; Plus 3 More Updates!

Casting News - March 14, 2019

Epix's Belgravia; FOX's Star; Netflix's The Kominsky Method; and TNT's Animal Kingdom.

  • Alice Eve, Tamsin Greig, Philip Glenister and Harriet Walter will star in the upcoming drama created by Julian Fellowes. Eve recently starred in the second season of Netflix's Iron Fist. Greig starred for five seasons in Showtime's Episodes. Glenister starred for two seasons in Cinemax's Outcast. Walter starred in the Netflix limited series Black Earth Rising and next appears in Starz's The Spanish Princess and Spectrum's Curfew.
  • Eve will play Susan Trenchard, the beautiful daughter of a successful merchant.
  • Greig will play Anne Trenchard.
  • Glenister will play James Trenchard, a businessman.
  • Walter will play the Countess of Brockenhurst.
  • Asha Kamali has landed a recurring role on the drama's third season. She was the co-creator and star of the digital series Milk & Honey. She also guest starred in Freeform's Stitchers.
  • She will play Aunt Missy, who handles the business side of management within Gigi's (Keke Palmer) family and entourage. She hustles hard for her niece, using skills she learned and honed in the hood to claim the throne as Queen Bee manager from her sister, Ginny (Tammi Mac), who becomes jealous and competitive.
  • David DeSantos has been cast in a recurring role on the drama's upcoming fourth season. He has recently recurred on CBS' SEAL Team and ABC's The Rookie.
  • He will play Dennis Livengood, a DEA agent.
  • Kathleen Turner will reunite with Michael Douglas on the comedy's upcoming second season. They previously starred together in the 1984 film Romancing the Stone, for which Turner won a Golden Globe Award. She next appears in an upcoming episode of Netflix's anthology Dolly Parton's Heartstrings.
  • She will play Ruth Bederman, Sandy's (Douglas) ex-wife and the mother of his daughter, Mindy (Sarah Baker). The role was original cast with Jacqueline Bisset but the writers chose to pursue a different creative direction.