'Haven' Adds 'Dexter' Villain, 'Hellcats' Alum for Season 4 (Exclusive)
Christian Camargo and Emma Lahana will recur on the upcoming season of the Syfy drama.
Syfy's Haven is adding a pair of recurring players for its upcoming fourth season.
Dexter baddie Christian Camargo and Hellcats alum Emma Lahana have been added to the cast of the Eric Balfour and Emily Rose series, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Camargo, aka Dexter's Ice Truck Killer, will play Wade Crocker, the estranged half-brother of Havenmainstay Duke Crocker (Balfour). The character is described as charming, driven and slightly devious successful and good-natured businessman at the top of his game. However, Wade is a Crocker through and through and could be tempted by a dark and lethal family secret that could be his undoing.
Lahana, meanwhile, will portray Jennifer Mason, an eccentric, energetic and off-kilter woman pulled into Haven's mysteries when she beings hearing strange voices in her head. They lead her to cross paths with a town fixture who suspects her "condition" could provide clues about Audrey's (Rose) whereabouts. As Jennifer digs into her own personal history, she learns she may have a bigger role to play in the strange happenings in Haven.
The duo join previously announced guest star Colin Ferguson (Eureka) as William, a stranger whose agenda leads him to Audrey, as a recurring guest star in the fourth season of the series. Haven, which averaged 2.3 million viewers last year, will pick up six months after the season three finale.
The fourth season of Haven returns Friday, Sept. 13 at 10 p.m. on Syfy.
Camargo's credits include The Hurt Locker. He's repped by Innovative and Peikoff Mahan; Lahana (Emily Owens, M.D.) is with Red Management and Zero Gravity.
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