Actor Ron Livingston will become a series regular in the upcoming season of “Boardwalk Empire.” First reported by Deadline, confirmed by Highlight Hollywood, Livingston will Roy Phillips, a wealthy, out-of-town businessman who attracts the eye of Gillian Darmody. “Office Space” fans may remember Livingston as playing the film’s main character, Peter Gibbons. Livingston has also had roles in “Adaptation,” “Swingers,” and the television series, “The Practice.”
This is not the first time Livingston has worked with HBO. He had a recurring guest spot on “Sex & the City”; co-starred in the World War II mini-series, “Band of Brothers”; and recently had a role in the political, made-for-television movie, “Game Change.”
Livingston can be found in many upcoming films this year, including “The Conjuring”; “Drinking Buddies”; “Fort Bliss”; and “The Pretty One.” Livingston also just finished filming “Parkland,” a film chronicling the chaotic events that occurred at Dallas’ Parkland Hospital on Nov. 22, 1963 – the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
Season four of “Boardwalk Empire” is currently in production and will air in the fall of 2013. No official date has been given for when the series will return.
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