Ken Leung and John Larroquette join NBC's ‘Infamous’

By Meaghan Fleming,

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.



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