John Larroquette and Ken Leung have join “Infamous” in recurring roles.
According to Deadline, Five-time Emmy winner John Larroquette has been booked to recur in NBC’s drama “Infamous.” The “Boston Legal” alum will appear in seven episodes of the series, Deadline reports.
Larroquette has been cast to play Sen. Dwight Haverstock, a powerful politician who has a dark history with the Bowers family. Meanwhile, “Lost” alum Ken Leung, who appeared in the season 2 opener of “Person of Interest” will play a detective working the murder case, TVLine reports.
The midseason series “Infamous” follows a female detective (Meagan Good) who returns home to the wealthy Bowers family, where she grew up as the maid’s daughter to solve the murder of her former best friend and notorious heiress, Vivian.
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