Michael O'Keefe

Celebrity

News

Homeland Adds Raza Jaffrey and Michael O'Keefe

Raza Jaffrey, Michael O'Keefe

Homeland's cast refresh continues: The Showtime drama has added two more new faces to its fourth season.

Smash's Raza Jaffrey and Roseanne's Michael O'Keefe have signed on in recurring roles, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Jaffrey will play Aasar Khan, a decorated lieutenant-colonel in the Pakistan intelligence service. O'Keefe will play deputy station chief John Redmond who is stationed in Afghanistan and will clash with Carrie.

read more

Exclusive: Royal Pains Adds Shameless, Greek Alums for Season 6

Michael O'Keefe, Spencer Grammer

The HankMed team is going to be pretty busy this summer on Royal Pains.

The USA medical dramedy has added Oscar nominee Michael O'Keefe (Michael Clayton), Shameless vet Nick Gehlfuss, Greek grad Spencer Grammer,  Reaper's Tyler Labine, Betas actor Leonardo Nam and... read more

TNT Picks Up Private Investigator Series From NCIS: LA Showrunner

Jon Tenney

TNT has picked up a new series from NCIS: LA showrunner Shane Brennan centered on two former Secret Service agents-turned-private investigators, Deadline reports.

The untitled series, starring Jon Tenney and Rebecca Romijn, received a 10-episode order and is set to premiere some time this summer. Adapted from characters by bes-tselling author David Baldacci, the show follows... read more

Cheers & Jeers: Burn Notice's Better-Off Fed

Wade Williams

Cheers to Wade Williams for playing both sides of the law on Burn Notice.

Want more Cheers & Jeers? Subscribe to TV Guide Magazine.

Few actors are as well qualified to guest star as Carter, the alleged muscle for a Miami Beach loan shark (a slightly miscast Michael O'Keefe). As it turned out, Carter was inadvertently exposed as an undercover FBI agent by Michael (Jeffrey Donovan). Of course, Williams did time as corrupt corrections officer-turned-inmate Brad Bellick on Prison Break, so he knows a thing or two about crossing over the thin blue line...

read more

TV GUIDE Users' Most Popular