‘Revolution’ Adds Three ‘Supernatural’ Alums And More Casting News

Three “Supernatural” guys are stopping by NBC’s “Revolution.”

Mark Pellegrino, Todd Stashwick and Colin Ford have each booked a guest star role on NBC’s Revolution, TVLine reports.

Todd Stashwick will portray a drug lord in the sixth episode of “Revolution”‘s freshman season. Meanwhile, Pellegrino, who recently appeared on “Grimm” will play a militia officer in the third episode.

Colin Ford will guest star as the brother of a boy who has been kidnapped by the militia.

“Revolution” airs Mondays at 10/9c on NBC.

More casting news…

Nicola Peltz (The Last Airbender) has been tapped to play Norman Bates’ love interest in A&E’s forthcoming series “Bates Motel.” [THR]

“Greek” alum Jake McDorman has landed a recurring role on Showtime “Shameless.” McDorman joins the drama as Fiona’s new charismatic, and fun boss. “Shameless” premieres Jan. 13 at 9/8c. [THR]

“Person of Interest” has a new villain. English actor Julian Sands of “24” and “Smallville” alum will play Alistair, a diabolical man who gives Reese (Jim Caviezel) a run for his money. Also, stopping by “POI” is “True Blood”‘s star Carrie Preston as Finch’s former fiancée Grace. [TV Guide]

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Andrew Leeds “Bones”‘ big bad Wolf is stopping by Seattle Grace. Leeds has booked a potential recurring role in “Grey’s Anatomy”‘s upcoming season, however details about his role are being kept under lock and key. [TVLine]

“Breaking Bad” star Dean Norris will guest star as Whitney’s boyfriend’s (Chris D’Elia) father in an upcoming episode of the forthcoming season of “Whitney.” [EW]

Stephen Colbert has booked a guest star role on the final season of “The Office.” Colbert will guest-star in a Halloween-themed episode as Broccoli Rob, a former member of Here Comes Treble, Andy’s a cappella group. [EW]

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