Showtime’s upcoming Dexter revival is adding more names to its growing cast.
It’s been announced that Michael Cyril Creighton (Game Night) will join the series in the recurring role of Fred Jr, the congenial owner of Fred’s Fish & Game, a shop he inherited from his father. He has grown up in Iron Lake and is a regular fixture around town that everybody knows and loves, whether it’s line dancing at the local tavern or singing in the choir. He’s married to Brian, the pastor of the small congregational church in town.
Along with Creighton, the series has added Julia Jones (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse) in the recurring role of Angela Bishop, the first Native American Chief of Police in her town in upstate New York.
The other three casting announcements were Johnny Sequoyah (Believe) as Audrey, the brash and opinionated daughter of Bishop; Alano Miller (Underground) as police sergeant and assistant high school wrestling coach Logan; and finally, Jack Alcott (The Good Lord Bird) as Randall, a character who is described as having a meaningful encounter with Dexter.
They will be joining Clancy Brown, who was previously revealed to be playing villain Kurt Caldwell and, Michael C. Hall, who will be returning as the titular character.
Horrorfacts will be sure to continue to report updates on the revival as they become available.