Amy Irving has been tapped for a recurring role on ABC’s midseason drama series Zero Hour, which stars Anthony Edwards as a man who, after spending 20 years as the editor of a skeptic magazine, becomes involved in one of the most compelling conspiracies in human history. Irving, repped by TalentWorks and Rugolo Entertainment, will play a seemingly innocent, philanthropic and ordinary mother who turns out to be anything but. Married into money and well connected to the community through the charity that she runs, her plans border on both mysterious and dangerous. Also cast as recurring in Zero Hour is Lost alum Ken Leung. He will play Father Reggie, a mysterious priest who knows more than we initially think. He is with Hartig Hilepo Agency
Charlie Hofheimer has booked a recurring role on ABC’s medical drama on Private Practice, playing a father whose daughter goes missing from the hospital. He just wrapped roles in Robert Luketic’s Paranoia and the indie Orchard House. He is with Innovative and Forward Entertainment.
Harrison Thomas (Locke & Key) has landed a recurring role in the Alan Ball-produced new Cinemax series Banshee. He plays Jason Hood and is repped by Global Artists Agency and Blue Stone Entertainment.
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