David Rasche is set as a series regular on TV Land’s single-camera dark comedy Impastor. Written by Christopher Vane and directed by Robert Greenberg, the story centers on Buddy (Michael Rosenbaum), a lowlife on the run from his debts who hides away in a small town by conning its residents into thinking he’s their new gay pastor. Rasche, repped by Liebman Entertainment, Innovative Artists and Schreck Rose Dapello & Adams, will play Owen Schmidt, a businessman and President of Loomis Lutheran Church. Although he welcomes Buddy as the new pastor, he’s warily suspicious of this outsider and quite baffled by Buddy’s utter lack of Scriptural knowledge. Rasche will next be seen on Broadway in The Country House with Blythe Danner. His recent TV credits include recurring roles on Veep and Black Box.

Matt Long has joined the cast of Syfy drama Helix from Battlestar Galactica developer/executive producer Ronald D. Moore. Written by Cameron Porsandeh, directed by Jeffrey Reiner and produced by Sony TV, Helix is a dark thriller about a team of scientists led by Dr. Alan Farragut (Billy Campbell) that is investigating a possible disease outbreak. Long, repped by UTA and Authentic Talent and Literary Management, will play Dr. Kyle Sommer, a world-class toxicologist and the newest member of the CDC team. Long’s TV credits include Private Practice, Mad Men and Jack And Bobby.