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Four new cast members revealed for Dexter sequel

Next month, production on the long-awaited Dexter sequel will start. Next to that, four new cast members have been revealed.

Fans had to wait for quite some time but the sequel to Dexter keeps getting closer. Next month, production is set to begin in the American state of Massachusetts. More and more details are revealed about the ten-part mini-series. Slightly more than a week ago, it was revealed that Clancy Brown (Billions) would join the cast. Recently, even more cast members have been revealed.

Julia Jones (Goliath), Alano Miller (Jane the Virgin), Johnny Sequoyah (Believe) and Jack Alcot (The Good Lord Bird) will portray a character. Jones will portray Angela Bishop, the first Native American police chief in her town in the state of New York. Sequoyah portrays Bishop's stubborn teenage daughter Audrey. Miller will portray Logan, a Iron Lake police sergeant. Alcott will portray Randall and will be found quite close to Dexter (Michael C. Hall, Safe).

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