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Andrea Roth Joins ‘Rogue’; Michiel Huisman Cast In ‘Game Of Thrones’

By | Wednesday August 28, 2013 @ 8:03pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Rescue Me alumna Andrea Roth has been cast in a major recurring role on the second season of DirecTV‘s drama Rogue. She will play Marlene, a fallen from grace FBI agent who butts heads with Grace (Thandie Newton). Roth, repped by Domain, Industry Entertainment and Lauren Levitt & Assos., also recently booked the movie Dark Places.

Treme‘s Michael Huisman is back at HBO with a recurring role on Game Of Thrones. Producers are keeping his role under wraps, but I hear he is replacing another actor on the show. He is with ICM Partners, Meg Mortimer and Frank Stewart.

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‘Dark Places’ Adds ‘House Of Cards’ Corey Stoll & ‘Rescue Me’s Andrea Roth

The cast for the Charlize Theron co-produced Dark Places continues to grow. House Of Cards’ Corey Stoll and Rescue Me’s Andrea Roth have both been added to the adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s bestselling mystery novel about a woman forced to re-examine the massacre of her family more than 20 years beforehand. Stoll will play Ben Day in the film alongside Theron and Chloe Moretz. Stoll’s Day is 44 years old and has been in prison for over 25 years for the murders that he claims he did not commit. Tye Sheridan will play the teenage Ben. Theron, who is co-producing with Exclusive Media and Mandalay Entertainment, plays Libby Day. In both the book and the film, Libby has been ignoring the protests of innocence of her brother for years but now realizes there might be more to the story and sets to right a potential wrong. Roth, who played Denis Leary’s sometimes-estranged wife on FX’s Rescue Me for seven seasons, will portray the older version of the Diondra character in Dark Places. Moretz joined the film back in April to play the younger version of the character.

Stoll’s addition to the pic comes with him also set to play the lead in FX’s The Strain, the vampire apocalypse series from Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse based on the novels the … Read More »

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