Dale Dickey Joins Chuck Lorre’s ‘Bookie’

EXCLUSIVE: Dale Dickey has been tapped for a heavily recurring role in the upcoming second season of Max comedy Bookie, from Chuck Lorre and Nick Bakay.

Starring Sebastian Maniscalco and Omar J. Dorsey, the comedy series follows bookie Danny (Maniscalco) as he and his partner, former NFL star Ray (Dorsey), romp around Los Angeles trying to keep their illegal sports-betting operation in play.

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Season 2 presumably will show [SPOILER ALERT] whether Danny can win back the affections of his wife Sandra (Andrea Anders), after his Super Bowl win seems to have torn them apart, as well as Ray dealing with the fallout of his mother’s wedding, which saw the groom seemingly die at the altar.

Dickey will play Sandra’s (Anders) mother.

Bookie also stars Vanessa Ferlito as Danny’s side-hustling sister Lorraine, Jorge Garcia as reluctantly reformed drug dealer-turned-soccer expert Hector and Maxim Swinton as Sandra’s 10-year-old son.

The series is produced by Warner Bros. Television. Lorre and Bakay exec produce alongside Maniscalco, Judi Marmel and Andy Tennant, who directed multiple episodes.

Dickey appeared in Breaking Bad and most recently was seen recurring in shows including A League of Their Own, Claws, Let the Right One In and Lawmen: Bass Reeves. She next appears in the upcoming Prime Video series Fallout, based on the games. On the film side, Dickey was most recently seen in Karl R. Herne’s indie crime thriller The G and next will be seen in Kevin Costner’s Horizon: An American Saga. Dickey is repped by BRS/Gage.

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