Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Casting News - Camille Sullivan, Chad Willett and Patrick Gallagher Book Recurring Roles on 'Big Sky'; Plus 1 More Update!

Casting News - December 1, 2020

ABC's Big Sky and Starz's Blindspotting.

  • Benjamin Earl Turner, Atticus Woodward, Jaylen Barron, Candace Nicholas-Lippman and Justin Chu Cary have joined the cast of the upcoming drama sequel to the 2018 feature film of the same name. Turner is a musician and writer. Woodward has previously guest starred on Showtime's Shameless. Barron has recurred on Nickelodeon's See Dad Run and Disney's Good Luck Charlie. Nicholas-Lippman has recurred on Freeform's Good Trouble. Cary stars in Netflix's Black Summer, which has been renewed for a second season.
  • Turner will play Earl, who is fresh out of jail and wearing an ankle bracelet while doing a year of house arrest. He is just trying to kill time and lay low.
  • Woodward will play Sean, Ashley (Jasmine Cephas Jones) and Miles' (Rafael Casal) sweet, smart and energetic son.
  • Barron will play Trish, Miles' younger half-sister, who might be wilder than he is.
  • Nicholas-Lippman will play Janelle, Ashley's close friend, who has just returned to the neighborhood in Oakland after spending many years in Bali.
  • Cary will reprise his role from the film as Rob.
  • Camille Sullivan, Chad Willett and Patrick Gallagher have booked recurring roles on the drama's first season. Sullivan has previously recurred on ABC's Rookie Blue and Amazon's The Man in the High Castle. Willett has recurred on Hallmark's When Calls the Heart and Freeform's Beyond. Gallagher has recurred on FOX's Glee, Freeform's Siren and Lifetime's American Princess.
  • Sullivan and Willett will play Joanie and Robert Sullivan, the parents of two kidnapped sisters, Danielle (Natalie Alyn Lind) and Grace (Jade Pettyjohn). Arriving in Helena from out of town, they are pushed to their limits as they search for their missing daughters.
  • Gallagher will play Sheriff Walter Tubb, an officer for the Lewis and Clark County sheriff's department. He cares deeply about his Montana community but is often caught between sheriff expectations and wanting to do the right thing.