Alfre Woodard is joining BBC America’s Copper as recurring. Set in 1865 New York City, Copper returns for a second season on the brink of Lincoln’s assassination — with shifts in politics and society altering the landscape for Irish immigrants and African-Americans. ICM Partners-repped Woodard will play Hattie Lemaster, a former slave who has recently arrived to the Five Points to start anew. Jarred by raucous city life, Hattie must reconcile her past against hope for a future. 

Ned Bellamy (Justified, Django Unchained) has been cast as a recurring on the CBS summer series Under The Dome, based on Stephen King’s novel. Repped by Global Artists Agency and Cohn/Torgan Management, he will play Reverend Coggins.

Matt Kane will recur on ABC Family’s Switched At Birth. He will play Jace, a brilliant and intense coffee shop barista and potential love interest to Kate Leclerc’s character. Repped by Station 3’s Peter McGrath and Troika in the UK, he recently completed The Last Of Robin Hood.

Sally
1 year
At least she gets the job. It would be nice to see someone like April Grace in...
IC
1 year
I love Alfre. But is she the goto when hollywood is looking for a middle aged slave?...