William Sadler has booked a recurring role in Berlin Station, Epix ‘s contemporary spy series from Paramount TV and Anonymous Content. The 10-part series follows Daniel Meyer (Richard Armitage), a newly anointed case officer who has arrived at the CIA foreign station in Berlin to uncover the source of a leak who has supplied information to a whistleblower. Guided by jaded veteran, case officer Hector DeJean (Rhys Ifans) — a darkly charming, tenacious agent who works for Chief Steven Frost (Richard Jenkins) — Daniel learns to contend with the rough-and-tumble world of the field agent: agent-running, deception, the dangers and moral compromises. Sadler will play Clay Williams, an edgy, authoritative, lifetime military man and Director of the Counter Terrorism Center who arrives at Berlin Station with a mission to help solve a difficult situation. Sadler played President Ellis in Marvel’s Iron Man 3 and and ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., recurred on Hawaii Five-O as Jack McGarrett and most recently starred in Shane Black’s Edge for Amazon. He’s repped by Insurge-Ent.
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Mad Men alum Trevor Einhorn is set for a recurring role in Syfy’s drama series The Magicians. Based on the bestselling novels from Lev Grossman, The Magicians centers on Quentin (Jason Ralph), a brilliant grad student chosen to attend Brakebills College for Magical Pedagogy, a secret upstate New York university specializing in magic. Einhorn will play Josh Hoberman, a member of the mysteriously vanished Brakebills University Class of 2016. Stuck in the Neitherlands for two years, Josh reveals what actually happened to his classmates and seems to know the way to Fillory. Einhorn recurred on the last three seasons of Mad Men playing copywriter John Mathis and recently was cast as Neil Kellerman in ABC’s upcoming Dirty Dancing remake. He’s repped by GVA Talent Agency, Luber Roklin Entertainment and Jackoway Tyerman.
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