Another name has been added to the cast of NBC’s midseason drama Infamous. This time it’s former Lost actor Ken Leung, who has been cast in a recurring role for the “opulent soap” that focuses on a family with secrets and the undercover detective determined to uncover them for personal reasons.
Leung, who is currently recurring on Person of Interest over at CBS, is doing quite a bit of network-hopping. He also recently picked up a role in a multi-episode arc for the new ABC thriller Zero Hour where he will play a priest. This third role should keep him pretty busy for the next little while.
Infamous is about a female detective who was once the daughter of the maid in the house of the rich and powerful Bowers family. She returns undercover to the home with the purpose of uncovering the truth behind the murder of her childhood friend, heiress Victoria Lawson. TV Line says Leung has been cast in the role of another detective who is working the murder case alongside the undercover investigator, played by Meaghan Good.
Also on board for the series are Victor Garber in the role of the patriarch of the Bowers family as well as Marin Hinkle (Two and a Half Men), Wes Brown (True Blood), and Tate Donovan (The O.C.). More recently added to the cast is John Larroquette in the role of Senator Dwight Haverstock, former friend to the Bowers family. Leung is the latest in a line of strong casting choices for this midseason entry.
Source: Cinema Blend