Tracy Letts, who was nominated for a 2013 Tony Award for his performance in Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf?, will be a series regular on the upcoming third season of Showtime's "Homeland," according to Deadline.com.
Letts will play the role of Sen. Andrew Lockhart. Also joining the cast for the third season are his Virginia Woolf co-star Amy Morton, Joanna Merlin (Solomon's Child), Nazanin Boniadi ("Iron Man") and Lawrence Clayton (Bells Are Ringing).
Rupert Friend and Jackson Pace will return to the series' third season, which will premiere Sept. 29 on Showtime.
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