James Woods has been tapped for a recurring role on Showtime‘s upcoming drama series Ray Donovan. He joins fellow heavy hitters Liev Schreiber, who plays the lead, and Jon Voight, who co-stars. The series centers on Ray Donovan (Schreiber), the go-to guy who makes the problems of LA’s celebrities, superstar athletes, and business moguls disappear. Voight plays Ray’s father, whose release from prison sets off a chain of events that shakes the Donovan family to its core. Woods plays Patrick “Sully” Sullivan from South Boston, who has a very complicated history with the Donovan family. This marks Gersh-repped Woods’ first series role since his starring turn on CBS’ Shark.
James Woods Joins Showtime Series ‘Ray Donovan’
What's Hot on Deadline
Skirball Fire: Officials Determine Cause Of Bel-Air Blaze; Thomas Fire Still Unchecked; Apple Donates $1M - Update
Keaton Jones Facebook Video Gone After Mom's Confederate Flag Photos Surface: Is Hollywood Still "KeatonStrong"?
Latest TV News
- ‘I Hate Everyone But You’ Author Allison Raskin Launches Soap Opera Podcast
- Doug Jones Victory Lap: “This Campaign Has Been About Common Courtesy And Decency”
- Roy Moore Will Not Concede In Alabama Senate Race After Doug Jones Win
- Donald Trump Tweets Grudging Congrats To Doug Jones: “A Win Is A Win”
- Doug Jones Alabama Senate Victory Wildly Celebrated On Social Media
- Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominations: How To Watch Via TV, Online