'Ray Donovan' is already rounding up quite a few guest stars for its upcoming sophomore season.
Showtime announced on Monday that Emmy-winning actress Ann-Margret has landed a recurring role on the popular network drama, playing June Wilson — a major star back in her day who has a past with Ezra Goldman (Elliott Gould), the boss of Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber).
Margret's most recent TV credits include roles on 'CSI,' 'Army Wives,' and 'Law & Order: SVU,' where she earned an Emmy for her performance.
But this isn't the only star to be added to the show's guest-star arsenal. According to The Hollywood Reporter, 'Remember the Titans' alum Kip Pardue has also signed on for a multi-episode arc in the series. He will play FBI Agent Volchek, who works under Hank Azaria's James Cochran, the ambitious head of the Los Angeles FBI.
Aside from his memorable 'Titans' role as "Sunshine," the actor has also appeared on the small screen in shows such as 'Mad Men' and 'ER.' Other second season additions to the series include Wendell Pierce ('The Wire'), Sherilyn Fenn ('Twin Peaks') and Vinessa Shaw ('Two Lovers').
For those unfamiliar with the show, it centers around Schreiber's Donovan — a Boston-bred fixer who makes problems go away for celebrities, athletes and moguls. However, he has problems of his own in the form of his father, Mickey Donovan, played by Jon Voight.
Production for the 12-episode second season is currently underway with a premiere slated for sometime this summer.