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'Fringe' actor to guest star on 'Wilfred'


America's most beloved man/dog mix is getting a new guest star.

Lance Reddick, who appeared on Fox's Fringe for all of five of its seasons as Phillip Broyles, has signed up to appear on FX's Wilfred. Reddick will be appearing in an episode of the upcoming third season of the series, where he will play Dr. Blum, the no-nonsense therapist of Ryan Newman (Elijah Wood). 

It is not known exactly when Reddick will be appearing, but it is believed that his turn will come later on in the season than earlier. 

Reddick has begun branching out into comedy recently, with this appearance joining his recent work on the College Humor and Funny or Die websites, as well as a  guest spot of FX's beloved It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia series. He will be seen later this year in two feature films, "White House Down" and the "Old Boy" remake.

FX renewed Wilfred in October, although David Zuckerman, who served as the showrunner for its first two seasons, stepping down. Now Reed Agnew and Eli Jorne will oversee the series. They are writers and executive producers on the series, which is based on the original Australian version.

Wood and Jason Gann are the stars of the show.



- Fringe
- Wilfred (US)
- Lance Reddick
- FX

Written by: Hamatosan
Apr 2nd, 2013, 12:22 pm

Images courtesy of FX

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