“X-Files” and Terminator 2‘s Robert Patrick has signed on a series regular on HBO’s vampire drama “True Blood,” playing Alcide’s (Joe Manganiello) father, says Deadline.
Patrick first introduced the character on the hit HBO drama in the most recent fifth season where he did a three-episode arc, appearing in the three of the last four episodes of the season. He was tapped for the recurring gig in June, after his pilot “Last Resort” had been picked up to series by ABC. While the broadcast network stopped short of a formal cancellation of “Last Resort,” and the cast of the show are still under deals at Sony Pictures TV, they state that Patrick is being released so he can join “True Blood.”
On the big screen Patrick will next be seen in Warner Bros’ Gangster Squad, Universal’s Identity Thief, and indie Lovelace, which is premiering at next month’s Sundance Film Festival.
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