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‘The Blacklist’ Recruits ‘Weeds,’ ‘Entourage’ and ‘Five-0’ Alums

 

‘The Blacklist’ Recruits ‘Weeds,’ ‘Entourage’ and ‘Five-0’ Alums

 

NBC’s killer new drama ‘The Blacklist’ already has a fantastic cast (ahem...James Spader as Raymond “Red” Reddington), and it continues to add to that cast with three new guest-stars.

According to EW.com, Justin Kirk, Andrew Dice Clay and William Sadler have all signed on as guest-stars.

Kirk, most recognized for his role as Andy Botwin on ‘Weeds,’ in addition to his work on ‘Modern Family’ and the short-lived ‘Animal Practice,’ will portray Nathaniel Wolff. Not only is he the “founder of a movement of anti-capitalists,” but he is also the next on the Blacklist.

‘The Blacklist’ has also enlisted comedian and ‘Entourage’ actor Dice Clay, who will appear as plastic surgeon “Dr. Maltz.” He puts his doctor skills to “good” use by reconstructing the face of the next name on Red’s notorious list. Then, Red and Lizzy (Megan Boone) look to Maltz to find the altered criminal.

If that’s not enough, acting legend Sadler (who recently popped up on ‘Hawaii Five-0’ as McGarrett’s father) will play Sam aka “a man from Liz’s past who is gravely ill and reaches out to [Lizzy].” Do you think he knows something about her father? Sadler is also known for starring in ‘Roswell’ and ‘Damages.’

Are you excited to see Red and Lizzy battle all these upcoming criminals?

‘The Blacklist’ airs Mondays at 10/9c on NBC.


Details
Network:
- NBC
Person:
- William Sadler
- Andrew Dice Clay
- Justin Kirk
Show:
- The Blacklist

Written by: Allyson Koerner
Oct 30th, 2013, 7:11 am

Images courtesy of Showtime, HBO, Neilson Barnard/Getty Images North America

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