'Aquarius' Adds 'Star-Crossed' Alum as Season 2 Series Regular (Exclusive)

Cameron Deane Stewart has joined the David Duchovny NBC drama.
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NBC's Aquarius is adding a new face for season two.

Star-Crossed alum Cameron Deane Stewart has boarded the David Duchovny drama, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Stewart will take on the series regular role of Tex Watson, a Texas high school honor student-athlete who crosses paths with Charles Manson (Gethin Anthony) while becoming consumed in the psychedelic, drug-dealing Los Angeles lifestyle, all leading to the involvement of the Cielo Drive and LaBianca murders.

The actor joins a season two cast that also includes Ray Donovan's Omar J. Dorsey, who will recur as Ralph Church, a smart, powerful and intimidating ex-convict who towers over Charles Manson. 

Production on season two is under way in L.A. A premiere date has not yet been determined.

Stewart's credits include Baby Daddy, iCarly and Pitch Perfect. He's repped by APA and Millennium Artists.