LUCK Star Jason Gedrick Lands Multi-Episode Arc on Season Seven of DEXTER

     May 22, 2012


With HBO putting Luck out of its misery earlier this year, that leaves one of the series’ stars to travel to another cable network for a high profile role. Showtime has announced that Jason Gedrick, who can also be seen in films like Iron Eagle, Promised Land and Backdraft, has landed a multi-episode arc in the forthcoming seventh season of Dexter. Though we don’t know the specifics of the story this season, Gedrick will play the manager of a Miami-area gentlemen’s club that becomes linked to a high-profile murder case. This comes after Ray Stevenson has been cast in a role that will likely turn out to be some sort of adversary for Michael C. Hall as everyone’s favorite serial killer.

Hopefully this summer we’ll find out more about what Dexter will be encountering this season after the conclusion of the sixth season really shook things up between Dexter and his sister Deb, and will likely test the bonds of the brother and sister duo at the Miami Metro Police Department. Stay tuned for more updates on Dexter and our eager anticipation of the season premiere on September 30th at 9/8c. Check out the full press release after the jump.

jason-gedrick-dexter-imageHere’s the press release:

Jason Gedrick has joined the cast of Showtime’s “Dexter” for Season 7. Gedrick, who will appear in a multi-episode arc, will play the manager of a Miami-area gentlemen’s club that becomes linked to a high-profile murder case. Production on “Dexter” begins in May in Los Angeles and will premiere on Showtime Sunday, September 30th at 9:00 PM ET/PT.

Jason Gedrick has had leading roles in several films including Iron Eagle, Stacking and Heavenly Kid. He also co-starred with Meg Ryan and Kiefer Sutherland in Promised Land and in Ron Howard’s Backdraft, as well as starring in Crossing the Bridge. His stage work includes starring in the Broadway production of “Our Town” with Don Ameche and Helen Hunt, as well as recently appearing in the production of “Wrongturn at Lungfish,” directed by Gary Marshall. He most recently starred in the television series “Luck.” His other television credits include “Murder One,” “EZ Streets,” “Falcone,” “Boomtown,” “Ally McBeal” and “Desperate Housewives.”

“Dexter” stars Michael C. Hall as a complicated and conflicted blood-spatter expert for the Miami police department who moonlights as a serial killer. The show also stars Jennifer Carpenter, Desmond Harrington, C.S. Lee, Lauren Vélez, David Zayas, and James Remar.