Alicia Sanz (From Dusk Till Dawn), Edwina Findley (Get Hard), Marqus Clae and Shamier Anderson (Race) have booked recurring roles on Fox event series Shots Fired.

From Gina Prince-Bythewood and Brian Grazer, Shots Fired examines the dangerous aftermath of racially charged shootings in a small North Carolina town. It stars Richard Dreyfuss, Helen Hunt, Sanaa Lathan, Stephan James and Stephen Moyer, and 20th TV and Imagine TV are producing.

Sanz will play Paula, Javier’s (Angel Bonanni) new girlfriend who has a volatile relationship with Ashe (Lathan). Findley will play Shirlane, a reporter covering the shooting. Clae is Cory, a 17-year-old tough talker who might know more about the shooting than he lets on. Anderson is Maceo Terry, a pro football player and brother of Preston Terry (James).

Spanish actress Sanz’s credits include U.S. series From Dusk Till Dawn. Repped by Gersh, Vision Entertainment and Masala Films in Madrid, she next will be seen in Freeform’s Baby Daddy, James Cox’s feature Billionaire Boys Club and indie thriller Criminal.

Findley has a starring role in Venice Film Festival winner Free In-Deed, which had its U.S. premiere at SXSW. Repped by APA and Silver Lining Entertainment, Findley played Kevin Hart’s wife in Get Hard and is a series regular on OWN’s If Loving You Is Wrong.

A seasoned rapper, Clae has been performing nationally as Young Marqus since he was 12. This is his first television acting gig. Clae is managed by Juliet Green and John Causey.

Anderson, whose TV credits include Constantine, Defiance and Intruders, can currently be seen in Focus Features’ Race and has a series regular role in Syfy’s Wynonna Earp. He’s repped by Industry Entertainment and Patterson Talent Management.