Erik Palladino (ER, 666 Park Avenue), Paul Schulze (Nurse Jackie) and Malcolm-Jamal Warner (American Crime: The People vs. OJ Simpson) have booked recurring roles on the upcoming sixth season of USA Network’s drama series Suits.
The series, set in the fast-paced, high stakes world of a top Manhattan corporate law firm, stars Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams, Gina Torres, Rick Hoffman, Sarah Rafferty and Meghan Markle. Season 6 will pick up with Mike (Adams) entering Danbury Prison after accepting a plea deal for conspiracy to commit fraud.
Palladino will play Kevin Miller, Mike’s fellow inmate who he is unsure of whether or not he can be trusted, but as they come to depend on one another, Kevin may become the closest thing Mike has to a friend on the inside. Schulze is Frank Gallo, a fellow inmate hardened by his own time served, Frank Gallo is the first to introduce Mike to life in Danbury Prison. Warner will play Danbury Prison’s Counselor who is tasked with helping inmates survive their time in prison, and putting them on the path to rehabilitation – which in Mike’s case, will require admitting that he’s spent a lifetime cutting corners.
Palladino recurred on NCIS: Los Angeles and recently appeared on Arrow and Blue Bloods. He’s repped by Greene & Associates Talent Agency and The Coronel Group. Schulze, repped by Kyle Fritz Management and Innovative Artists, is best known for his role as Eddie Walzer on Nurse Jackie and recently recurred on Rizzoli & Isles. Warner is coming off American Crime Story: The People vs O.J. Simpson in the role of Al Cowlings, and recently recurred on Major Crimes and American Horror Story. Warner is repped by LINK Entertainment, Warner Management and Abrams Artists Agency.