Friday, May 6, 2022

Casting News - Andrea Savage Joins 'Tulsa King'; Jack Huston to Co-Star on 'Mayfair Wiches'; Plus 3 More Updates!

Casting News - May 6, 2022

AMC's Mayfair Witches; AppleTV+'s The Last Thing He Told Me; Freeform's Cruel Summer; HBO's Get Millie Black; and Paramount+'s Tulsa King.

  • Geoff Stults, John Harlan Kim and Augusto Aguilera have been cast as series regulars on the upcoming limited series starring Jennifer Garner, Angourie Rice and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau. Stults previously starred in Paramount+'s Guilty Party, which is awaiting word on its future. Kim currently recurs on The CW's Nancy Drew and FOX's 9-1-1. Aguilera currently stars in HBO Max's Made for Love, which is now airing its second season.
  • Stults will play Jake, Hannah's (Garner) ex-fiancĂ©.
  • Kim will play Bobby, Bailey's (Rice) longtime high school boyfriend.
  • Aguilera will play Grady, a US Marshall investigating Owen's (Coster-Waldau) disappearance.
  • A.C. Peterson and Andrea Savage have joined the cast of the upcoming drama starring Sylvester Stallone. Peterson previously recurred on The CW's Superman & Lois. Savage created and starred in TruTV's I'm Sorry, which aired for two seasons.
  • Peterson will play Pete "The Rock" Invernizzi, Chickie's (Domenick Lombardozzi) ailing father.
  • Savage will play Stacy Beale, an ATF agent who has swapped the bustling New York bureau with its Anti-Terror Squad and O.C. Task Force for an Oklahoma outpost dealing with local militia groups.
  • Jack Huston will co-star on the upcoming drama starring Alexandra Daddario. He previously starred for three seasons in HBO's Boardwalk Empire, one season in Audience Network's Mr. Mercedes, in the Spectrum limited series Manhunt: Deadly Games and in the fourth season of FX's Fargo. He will next star in Amazon's upcoming drama Expats starring Nicole Kidman.
  • He will play Lasher, a powerful, shape-shifting entity who has been bound to the Mayfair witches for hundreds of years.
  • Tamara Lawrance, Joe Dempsie, Gershwyn Eustache Jr. and Chyna McQueen will play the lead roles in the upcoming drama created by Marlon James. Lawrance previously starred in the BBC One limited series The Long Song. Dempsie starred for three seasons in HBO's Game of Thrones and two seasons in Epix's Deep State. Eustache starred for three seasons in Epix's Britannia. McQueen is a relative newcomer.
  • Lawrance will play Millie Black, an ex-Scotland Yard detective who returns to Kingston to work missing persons cases for the Jamaican Police Force. She soon finds herself on a quest to save a sister who won't be saved, to find a boy who can't be found, to solve a case that will blow her world apart and prove almost as tough to crack as her.
  • Dempsie will play Luke Holborn, a British detective who shows up on the trail of a major investigation that puts him on a collision course with Millie.
  • Eustache will play Curtis, a gay cop who partners with Millie but is about to have his whole life shattered.
  • McQueen will play Hibiscus, Millie's sister and one of the Sunlight Ladies, a band of queer outcasts living hand-to-mouth yet exuberantly.
  • Nile Bullock, Jenna Lamb and Braeden De La Garza have landed recurring roles on the anthology drama's upcoming second season. Bullock previously recurred on Showtime's Ray Donovan and Starz's Power Book III: Raising Kanan. Lamb recurred on AppleTV+'s Schmigadoon!. De La Garza appears in Disney+'s upcoming series The Quest.
  • Bullock will play Jeff, a filmmaker who is more comfortable experiencing life from behind the camera lens. He has long nursed a crush on Megan (Sadie Stanley) and finally gets the opportunity to make his feelings clear.
  • Lamb will play Lily, Megan's impressionable and adoring younger sister who is dazzled by the arrival of Isabella (Lexi Underwood). As she enters her teenage years, her more rebellious side emerges.
  • De La Garza will play Brent, Luke's (Griffin Gluck) arrogant and entitled older brother. The favorite son in their prominent family, he enjoys exerting his power over the other kids and Luke.