Fox's 'Gotham' Promotes Three to Series Regulars
After being picked up to series, the Batman prequel series has promoted a trio of guest stars to regulars.
A week after being picked up to series, Fox's Gotham has promoted three to series regulars.
Cory Michael Smith, Victoria Cartagena and Andrew Stewart-Jones -- who all guest-starred in the pilot -- will now be series regulars, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Smith (Olive Kitteridge) plays Edward Nygma, the eventual Riddler, in the Batman prequel that centers on the future Commissioner James Gordon (Ben McKenzie). Cartagena (Elementary) portrays Renee Montoya, a detective in the major crimes unit of the Gotham Police Department. Jones is Crispus Allen, another detective at Gotham PD.
They join a cast that includes David Mazouz as a young Bruce Wayne, Robin Lord Taylor as the Penguin, Camren Bicondova as Catwoman, Donal Logue as Detective Harvey Bullock and Jada Pinkett Smith plays villain Fish Mooney in the series from The Mentalist's Bruno Heller.
Smith is repped by Paradigm and Circle of Confusion; Cartagena is with Gersh and Sweet 180; and Jones is with Stewart Talent and Smith Talent Group.
And in case you missed it, watch the Gotham trailer here.
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