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Actors Ken Leung and John Larroquette have signed on for recurring roles in NBC’s new drama, Infamous.
Cinema Blend reports Leung (Lost) is set to play a detective who will work with the main character of the show, a female detective played by Meagan Good (Stomp the Yard).
Good’s character is going undercover to investigate the Bowers, a rich family that her mother used to work for as a maid. She is trying to solve the murder of an old friend, heiress Victoria Lawson.
Larroquette (Night Court) will play a secretive politician, Sen. Dwight Haverstock, who knows the Bowers family, according to Deadline. He is set to appear in 7 of the show’s 13 episodes.
Other actors currently attached to the show include: Wes Brown (True Blood), Tate Donovan (The O.C.), Victor Garber as Robert Bowers (Alias), and Marin Hinkle (Two and a Half Men).
Leung is currently working on the CBS show, Person of Interest, and he will soon be appearing as a priest in the new ABC show, Zero Hour.
The show will air in 2013, though no premiere date has been set.