‘Gilded Age’ Star Morgan Spector Joins Jason Bateman, Jude Law Netflix Limited Series ‘Black Rabbit’

Morgan Spector has joined the upcoming Netflix limited series “Black Rabbit,” Variety has confirmed.

Spector will appear in the series alongside leads Jason Bateman and Jude Law and previously announced cast members: Cleopatra Coleman, Amaka Okafor, Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù, Troy Kotsur, Abbey Lee, Chris Coy, Dagmara Dominczyk, Odessa Young and Robin De Jesus, with Amir Malaklou, Don Harvey, Forrest Weber, Francis Benhamou , Gus Birney, John Ales, and Steve Witting.

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The official logline for the series states that it follows “the owner of a New York City hotspot (Law) who allows his turbulent brother (Bateman) back in his life, only to realize he’s opened the door to escalating dangers that threaten to bring down everything he’s built.”

Spector will play Campbell, described as “a high powered lawyer.”

Spector currently stars in the HBO period drama “The Gilded Age,” which was renewed for a third season in December. He is also known for his roles in shows like “The Plot Against America,” “Homeland,” “The Mist,” and “Boardwalk Empire.” In film, he has appeared in features such as “The Drop,” “Chuck,” and “Boston Strangler.”

He is repped by WME, Untitled Entertainment, and Johnson Shapiro Slewett & Kole.

Zach Baylin and Kate Susman wrote “Black Rabbit” and serve as showrunners and executive producers via Youngblood Pictures. Bateman and Michael Costigan executive produce via Aggregate Films. Law and Ben Jackson executive produce under their Riff Raff Entertainment banner. Andrew Hinderaker, Zac Frognowski, Justin Levy, David Bernon, and Erica Kay also executive produce. Bateman will direct the first two episodes of the series, while Laura Linney will direct episodes three and four. Ben Semanoff will direct five and six, and Justin Kurzel will direct seven and eight.

Deadline first reported Spector’s casting.

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