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As the old saying goes, there’s nothing like a man in uniform.
When Revenge unspools Season 4 (premiering Sept. 28 at 10/9c), Jack will go from being arrested to the one holding the ‘cuffs — as he dons policeman duds!
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The following photos from the upcoming season’s second episode feature the bar owner hard at work on the mean(ish?) streets of the Hamptons with his new friend (and presumed partner) Ben, played by Brian Hallisay (Privileged, Mistresses).
Whatever the boys in blue have come across does not seem to please Emily. »
The Hamptons is getting a Privileged new resident.
Brian Hallisay is joining Revenge‘s upcoming fourth season in the recurring role of Ben, a new friend of Jack’s and a local cop. Fun-loving and easy going, he’s drawn to Jack’s world and especially to the people in it (including, presumably, Emily).
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Hallisay is coming off a two-season stint on Lifetime’s The Client List, where he met his now-wife Jennifer Love Hewitt. Prior to that, he did an arc on Ringer and was a regular on (the aforementioned) Privileged. He »
Not long ago, Dave Franco was just an A-list actor's D-list little brother, being bullied in a 2008 Funny or Die video called "Acting With James Franco." Dave wanted to act, too, but he was stuck in the big, weird shadow of James, who was balancing high-profile roles with poetry, nudity and crazy art films. Onscreen, Dave's good looks got him typecast as a clean-cut prick. He played "Greg the Soccer Player" in 2007's Superbad and a couple of forgettable bit parts on TV's Greek and Privileged. "I wasn't proud of »
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