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James Cromwell joins Season 2 of 'Counterpart'


Actor James Cromwell has joined the ensemble of Starz's "Counterpart." File Photo by Danny Moloshok/UPI | License Photo

By Karen Butler, UPI

American Horror Story and Babe actor James Cromwell will play a recurring role in Season 2 of the sci-fi thriller Counterpart.

"Appearing in a multi-episode arc, Cromwell's character Yanek is the enigmatic warden of Echo, an underground facility where Howard finds himself fighting for his life," a news release from Starz said, mentioning the protagonist played by J.K. Simmons.

The cable network is now filming new episodes of the show in Los Angeles. Production on the 10-episode season is expected to wrap up in Berlin later this year.

Created, written and executive produced by Justin Marks, the series about parallel realities co-stars Olivia Williams, Harry Lloyd, Nicholas Pinnock, Nazanin Boniadi and Sara Serraiocco.


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