Mark Moses has signed on to join the fourth season of Showtime's popular Homeland, along with Nimrat Kaur and Art Malik.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Moses and Kaur have recurring roles, while Malik has a one-episode guest spot.
The Made Men alum has been tapped to play Denni, who is an expat that is teaching political science at the Quad-I-Azam University in Islamabad, while Kaur will be an Inter-Services Intelligence operative. Malik is a former Pakistani general, who is also a friend of Saul.
The first trailer for the series dropped a couple weeks ago and showed Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) out working in the field, this time in Pakistan.
Mandy Patinkin's Saul also made an appearance and he is now working for an independent contractor.
The fourth season is set to focus more on Carrie showrunner Alex Gansa has previously said. "I think emotionally she has stabilized," Gansa noted. "The mental illness we have dealt with, she has now dealt with."
Homeland is currently filming in South Africa and is set to return Oct. 5
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