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Revenge casts Victoria's long lost son

Everyone’s been wondering who would be the face of Victoria’s long lost son. ‘Revenge’ fans, your answer is here — and yes, he is super hot.

Justin Hartley, most recently of “The CW’s” “Emily Owens, M.D.,” has joined “Revenge” Season 3, ABC confirmed on Friday.

Hartley was a fan favorite on Smallville, playing Oliver Queen (now played by Stephen Amell on Arrow) in later seasons as a series regular. He also appeared on Emily Owens M.D. until the show's cancellation in November 2012 and failed CW pilot Aquaman. He has also appeared in episodes of Castle, Chuck and Hart of Dixie.

He’s set to play Patrick, the son that Victoria gave up for adoption to go to art school, beginning in the third season premiere. Very little is known about the second Grayson son aside from his origins, as Victoria spent much of the latter part of last season trying to locate him and was forced to use her experience as PR fodder for Conrad’s election campaign. The only exposure we’ve had to him was in the closing moments of the season finale when he unexpectedly showed up at the Graysons door and shocked his mother in the process.

When the new season kicks off, five months will have passed since their reunion and mother and son have reconnected (and presumably are on very good terms).
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