Ron Livingston has done some of his best work at HBO. Sure, he has some great feature credits, with roles in Office Space and Swingers, among others, but with appearances in Band of Brothers, Sex and the City and Game Change, it's evident that the premium cable network is a good place for him. He'll soon be able to add Boardwalk Empire to his list of HBO credits, as the actor has been cast in a role for the period drama's fourth season.
It isn't just a small role, either. Deadline reports that Livingston has been cast as a series regular for Season 4 of Boardwalk Empire. The series is currently in production and is expected to return to HBO later this year. In it, Livingston will play a rich out-of-town businessman who crosses paths with Gillian Darmody (Gretchen Moi).
Livingston's well recognizable for numerous roles. Some know him as the discontent Peter Gibbons in Office Space, while others will associate him best for his role as Captain Lewis Nixon in HBO's World War II miniseries Band of Brothers. He played Alan Lowe in The Practice before going on to break up with Carrie on a post-it as Berger in Sex and the City. And more recently, he played the role of Mark Wallace in the Emmy Award winning TV movie Game Change. HIs addition to Boardwalk Empire can only mean good things for the series, which already boasts a strong cast.
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