Matthew Rauch Upped To Regular On ‘Banshee’; Casey LaBow Joins Cast

Longtime recurring Matthew Rauch has been promoted Casey Labow 3to regular for the upcoming fourth season of Cinemax’s drama series Banshee. Rauch first appeared as Clay Burton in the January 2013 pilot and recurred in the role some two dozen times over the course of the first three seasons. He’ll now continue as Clay as a series regular. Described as quiet, but deadly, Clay is Kai Proctor’s multifaceted and deeply complicated bodyguard and right-hand man. Also joining the cast as a recurring is Casey LaBow (The Twilight Saga; Breaking Dawn, Parts 1 and 2). She will play Maggie, wife to a local leader of the Aryan Brotherhood, who desperately wants a better life for her and her son. LaBow is repped by Vanguard Management.

Banshee centers on Lucas Hood (Antony Starr), an ex-con and master thief who assumes the identity of the sheriff of Banshee, Pa., where he continues his criminal pursuits while enforcing his own code of justice.

Rauch most recently wrapped feature My First Christmas. His other film work includes The Wolf Of Wall Street, Labor Day and Premium Rush. His TV credits include The Good Wife, The Blacklist, and recurring roles on Believe, Blue Bloods, Treme, and Person Of Interest. Rauch also has appeared on the stage in Broadway revivals of The Merchant Of Venice and Prelude To A Kiss, as well as the recent New York premiere of Sam Shepard’s A Particle Of Dread. 

Photo Credits: Gregory Shummon/Cinemax, Vanguard Management

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