The upcoming seasons of Homeland and Sons of Anarchy have both cast multi-episode female guest roles. Showtime’s Homeland will see Lost alum Zuleikha Robinson appear in a recurring role for the sophomore season, while over at Sons of Anarchy, Wanda de Jesus of CSI: Miami has picked up an arc alongside Jimmy Smits.

Robinson has been cast in a major recurring role as a Middle Eastern field journalist described as having a “special relationship” with Abu Nazir. She’s apparently to be assigned the task of confronting Brody with an ultimatum, or so says Deadline; what that is and what it will mean is still under wraps, but as the character will recur it’s likely to be central to Season 2’s plotline. Robinson is best known for Lost , but also appeared on Rome and New Amsterdam.

CSI: Miami’s Wanda de Jesus is headed over to Sons of Anarchy for a multi-episode arc as an associate of dangerous gangbanger Nero, who will be played by Jimmy Smits. It should be a good time on the set for these two, since they’ve been an item for many years. Smit’s character is described as a gangbanger who becomes a mentor to Jax, and de Jesus’ role as Carla, a smart, sexy “associate” of Nero’s – what that means is hard to say considering what type of associates a guy like Nero might have. Her most recent TV appearance was on soap opera All My Children, but most people will remember her arc on CSI.

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