Bobby Cannavale Joins ‘Mr. Robot’ as Series Regular

Bobby Cannavale has lined adult his subsequent TV role.

The two-time Emmy personality has assimilated a expel of Mr. Robot as a array regular, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Cannavale will make his entrance in a arriving third deteriorate as Irving, a laconic, no-nonsense used-car salesman.

Additionally, BD Wong has been promoted to array unchanging for a third season. Wong has been repeated given a hacker drama’s initial deteriorate as Whiterose, a personality of a Dark Army, a Chinese-based organization.

The arriving third deteriorate of a hacker play will see a array pierce from summer to tumble for a initial time, with new episodes set to premiere in October. Once again, creator Sam Esmail will approach all 10 episodes of a season. Production starts in Apr in New York City.

Picking adult immediately after a season-two finale, deteriorate 3 will try a destruction between Elliot (Rami Malek) and Mr. Robot (Christian Slater), according to a network. Portia Doubleday, Carly Chaikin, Martin Wallstrom, Grace Gummer, Michael Cristofer and Stephanie Corneliussen also star in a Universal Cable Productions drama.

“Sam Esmail is a loyal artistic idealist who continues to broach a array that resolutely tackles timely issues and leans into a vital headlines of a day,” pronounced NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment’s boss of party networks, Chris McCumber. “We’re fervent to share a subsequent proviso of Elliot’s tour with fans this fall.”

Added NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment arch calm officer Jeff Wachtel: “Season 3 of Mr. Robot will rivet viewers in a whole new way, with Sam and group stability to find ways to surprise, plea and pleasure a audience. And adding Bobby Cannavale and BD Wong to a expel creates one of a tightest behaving ensembles even stronger.”

Cannavale’s pierce comes after a starring purpose in HBO’s pricey ’70s-set play Vinyl, that was canceled after one season. The actor won Emmys for his work in Boardwalk Empire and Will Grace, and he is also famous for his film roles in Ant-Man, Spy, Blue Jasmine and The Station Agent, among others. He is repped by WME, Framework Entertainment and Schreck Rose.

Wong, whose credits also embody Law Order: SVU, Gotham and Jurassic World, is repped by Paradigm and Viking Entertainment.

Mr. Robot‘s pierce to tumble comes as USA Network prepares to launch another high-profile new play this summer: The Sinner, an anthology crime thriller starring and executive constructed by Jessica Biel.

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