The most anticipated spin-off of the fall season is starting to round out its cast, as ‘Better Call Saul’ has enlisted the services of a trio of actors.
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As first reported by Deadline, AMC’s ‘Breaking Bad’ prequel will co-star Patrick Fabian, Rhea Seehorn, and Michael Mando. The three actors will join Bob Odenkirk as the titular lawyer Saul Goodman, Jonathan Banks, reprising his role as associate fixer Mike Ehrmantraut, and fellow new cast member Michael McKean.
Fabian, a journeyman television actor who earned somewhat of a breakthrough with the film ‘The Last Exorcism,’ looks to play Burt, a Kennedy-esque lawyer who is a partner at the firm and an all-around winner at life.
Seehorn, recently seen on ‘Franklin & Bash,’ will portray Beth, also a successful lawyer, but one who has engaged in a romantic entanglement at work and plenty of subsequent trouble.
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Lastly, there is Mando of ‘Orphan Black’ note. He’s going to be Eddie, a savvy Spanish-speaking criminal and a figure who occupies the shadier side of Goodman’s often illicit doings. There is still a pair of these loosely-drawn characters that were recently teased but that have yet to be cast: the nefarious brother duo of Zach and Luke.
Sadly, there is still no word on the fate of beloved Hueli.