‘Supernatural’ demon Crowley is heading to USA Network. That’s right folks, the talented Mark Sheppard is stopping by Season 5 of ‘White Collar,’ HuffPost TV has just exclusively revealed.
Sheppard will reprise his role of Curtis Hagen (left), the shady art forger known as “The Dutchman.” For those who don’t recall, Sheppard appeared in the ‘White Collar’ pilot, and he was arrested and sent to prison by Peter (Tim DeKay). His upcoming appearance won’t go unnoticed, as he’ll appear in seven episodes.
The British actor recently spoke with HuffPost TV and said, “It's such a gift to be able to revisit a character like Hagen. It's so much fun to come back after four years and stir the pot a little."
Sheppard’s character will have plenty of scenes with Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer), as Neal will form a deal with Hagen - but only to help Peter, who unfortunately got blamed for shooting a senator at the end of last season. Of course, Hagen makes all kinds of demands, which just might take Neal back to his former criminal and conning lifestyle.
‘White Collar’ will also see the addition of ‘The Following’s Warren Kole, who will play Neal’s new handler.
‘Supernatural’ fans shouldn’t worry about Crowley not showing up in Season 9, as everybody’s favorite King of Hell will be back for quite a few episodes at the beginning of the season.
Also, for ‘Warehouse 13’ fans, Sheppard will be returning to Syfy as Benedict Valda. He will appear in the show’s last six episodes. The series ends in 2014.
Who’s excited to see Sheppard pop up all over the small screen?
‘White Collar’ premieres this fall on USA.