Friday, November 22, 2019

Casting News - Inbar Lavi Books Recurring Role on 'Stumptown'; Margo Martindale Joins 'Impeachment'; Plus 4 More Updates!

Casting News - November 22, 2019

ABC's Stumptown; Amazon's Daisy Jones & the Six; FX's Impeachment: American Crime Story; HBO's I Know This Much Is True; HBO Max's Station Eleven; and Spectrum's L.A.'s Finest.

  • Inbar Lavi has been cast in a recurring role on the drama's first season. She previously starred for two seasons in Bravo's Imposters, one season in FOX's Prison Break and one season in Netflix's Lucifer.
  • She will play Max, a skilled, thrill-seeking car thief who is wrapped up in a sophisticated auto theft ring.
  • Aisling Franciosi, John Procaccino, Rob Huebel, Philip Ettinger and Michael Greyeyes have joined the cast of the upcoming limited series starring Mark Ruffalo. Franciosi starred in the 2018 film The Nightingale. Procaccino has recurred on CBS' The Good Wife and CBS' Madam Secretary. Huebel starred for seven seasons in Adult Swim's Childrens Hospital. Ettinger starred in the CBS All Access limited series One Dollar. Greyeyes has recurred on AMC's Fear the Walking Dead and HBO's True Detective.
  • Franciosi will play the younger version of Dessa Constantine - played as an adult by Kathryn Hahn.
  • Procaccino will play Ray Birdsey, the stepfather to Dominick and Thomas (both played by Ruffalo).
  • Huebel will play Leo, Dominick's best friend.
  • Ettinger will play Dominick and Thomas Birdsey as young adults.
  • Greyeyes will play Ralph Drinkwater, a former classmate from Dominick and Thomas' youth whose life intersects once again with Dominick.
  • Margo Martindale will co-star on the upcoming third installment of the limited series starring Beanie Feldstein, Sarah Paulson, Annaleigh Ashford and Clive Owen. She is a three-time Emmy Award winner for FX's Justified and FX's The Americans. She also starred for three seasons in Amazon's Sneaky Pete. She has also recurred on CBS' The Good Wife and Netflix's BoJack Horseman. She next stars in FX on Hulu's upcoming limited series Mrs. America, which also features Paulson.
  • She will play Lucianne Steinberger Goldberg, a literary agent and author who met Linda Tripp (Paulson) while working on the proposal for the book on the death of Clinton aide Vince Foster. In 1997, she advised Tripp to secretly record former White House intern Monica Lewinsky (Feldstein) talking about her sexual relationship with President Bill Clinton (Owen).
  • Adam Rose and Taylor Black have landed recurring roles on the drama's upcoming second season. Rose stars in Netflix's Merry Happy Whatever, which debuts its first season next week. Black has recurred on NBC's Midnight, Texas and The CW's Dynasty.
  • Rose will play Nathan Baker, a man just out of prison after serving eight years for attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon. He's bitter about the harsh sentence he received and holds Patrick McKenna (Ryan McPartlin), the ADA who put him behind bars, personally responsible.
  • Black will play Emma, the sister of a victim who's murder has haunted Syd (Gabrielle Union). Offering potentially crucial information about her sister's disappearance, Emma becomes vital to Syd's investigation. Through their shared grief, Syd and Emma can provide each other the closure they've been denied for so long.
  • Camila Morrone is set as a series regular on the upcoming limited series starring Riley Keough. She starred in the 2019 Mickey and the Bear.
  • She will play Camila, the girlfriend of lead singer Billy Dunne and the band's center of gravity. She follows the love of her life in his pursuit of rock stardom only to discover her own potential along the way.
  • Matilda Lawler has been added to the cast of the upcoming drama starring Mackenzie Davis. She originated the role of Honor Carney on Broadway in The Ferryman, which won the 2019 Tony Award for Best Play. She also stars in Disney+'s upcoming feature film Flora & Ulysses.
  • She will play the young version of Kirsten - played as an adult by Davis. A child actor orphaned by the pandemic, her idea of family is radically reshaped by the unlikely adults who end up caring for her.