Stephanie Sigman Joins ‘American Crime’; Michael Maize In ‘Hawaii Five-O’

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Stephanie Sigman (Spectre) has booked a recurring role in the second season of ABC drama series American Crime. She’ll play Monica Ava, an administrator at an Indianapolis public school whose loyalties and values are put into conflict as she’s faced with systemic bias within the school system. Sigman joins returning stars Lili Taylor, Felicity Huffman, Timothy Hutton, Elvis Nolasco and Richard Cabral, all of whom will be playing new characters in a new setting, similar to the anthology style of American Horror Story. Sigman will next be seen on the big screen in Spectre, the next installment in the Bond franchise.

Michael Maize (National Treasure: Book Of Secrets) is set as a recurring on the upcoming 6th season of CBS’ Hawaii Five-O. He will play Aaron. Tough and athletic, Aaron thinks he can barrel his way out of trouble when the team wants a word with him about a drug-related murder. Once in custody, the teams learns Aaron is a major criminal with connections. Maize, repped by Bohemia Group, Ellis Talent Group and Headline Talent Agency, is perhaps best known for his role as Daniel in National Treasure: Book Of Secrets. He most recently guest starred on Murder In The First, and recurred on True Blood.

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