Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Casting News - Jeanne Tripplehorn Books Recurring Role on HBO's Upcoming Drama 'The Gilded Age'; Plus 3 More Updates!

Casting News - February 4, 2020

Amazon's Untitled Tracy Oliver Comedy; HBO's The Gilded Age; HBO Max's Station Eleven; and NBC's Untitled Ted Danson Comedy.

  • Jeanne Tripplehorn has been cast in a major recurring role on the upcoming drama starring Christine Baranski and Cynthia Nixon. She previously starred for five seasons in HBO's Big Love and two seasons in CBS' Criminal Minds. She received an Emmy Award nomination for the HBO film Grey Gardens. She will next appear in the upcoming FX on Hulu limited series Mrs. America.
  • She will play Sylvia Chamberlain, a tall and beautiful enigmatic figure. A genuine expert in the creative arts and a great art collector, she is entirely excluded from high society because of her suspected past until Marian (Louisa Jacobson) is kind to her.
  • Mike Cabellon will co-star on the upcoming comedy starring Ted Danson, Holly Hunter and Bobby Moynihan. He has previously recurred on Netflix's Orange Is the New Black. His guest credits include HBO's High Maintenance, NBC's New Amsterdam, CBS' God Friended Me and ABC's Modern Family.
  • He will play Tommy, the mayor's (Danson) chief strategist.
  • Tyler Lepley is set as a series regular on the upcoming comedy starring Meagan Good and Grace Byers. He currently stars in OWN's The Haves and the Have Nots, which is airing its seventh season. He will next appear in a recurring role on Starz's upcoming drama P-Valley.
  • He will play Ian, a sexy chef with an artsy/free spirit. He is Camille's (Good) ex-boyfriend who has recently returned to Harlem. He is the rare guy you'd choose to both marry and have sex with.
  • Danielle Deadwyler has landed a recurring role on the upcoming limited series starring Mackenzie Davis. She has previously recurred on HBO's Watchmen and OWN's The Haves and the Have Nots. She next stars in Paramount Network's upcoming drama Paradise Lost.
  • She will play Miranda Carroll, the author of the titular graphic novel and ex-wife of Arthur Leander (Gael GarcĂ­a Bernal), who finds herself trapped in Malaysia as a flu pandemic sweeps the globe.