Scott Grimes (ER) has landed a series regular role in the NCIS: LA planted spinoff, which will originate as an episode of NCIS: LA airing later this season titled “Red”. The project, from NCIS: LA executive producer/showrunner Shane Brennan, stars John Corbett and follows a mobile team of agents who are forced to live and work together as they crisscross the country solving crimes. Grimes, repped by Abrams Artists and Adam Levine at Industry, plays Dave, a highly capable agent who has an eye for clues, a nose for lies and is the team’s forensic specialist.
Rising British actor Max Fowler (BBC’s May Day) has joined the third season of the AMC’s drama series The Killing as a series regular. Also added to the show as a new regular is Bex Taylor-Klaus, an 18-year-old newcomer from Atlanta. They will join returning stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman and fellow new cast addition Elias Koteas on Season 3 of the Fox TV Studios-produced drama, in which homicide detective Sarah Linden will investigate the disappearance of another teen girl. Fowler, repped by KLWGN, Eamonn Bedford in the UK and attorney Fred Toczek, will play Twitch, a good-looking and savvy teenager who has been arrested for prostitution, drug possession and trespassing but has always managed to charm and manipulate his way out of sticky situations while dreaming of a Hollywood career as a model/actor. Taylor-Klaus, repped by the Corsa Agency and Curtis Talent Management, will play Bullet, a 16-year-old tough guy looking out for all the local street girls who is in fact… a she.
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