Cox lands two gigs at Peacock


Brian Cox is in demand at NBC.

The Emmy winner has been tapped to co-star opposite Katee Sackhoff on the network's Dick Wolf-produced drama pilot "Lost and Found" and has landed a major four-episode arc on the midseason drama series "Kings."

The hourlong "Found," from Wolf Films and UMS, centers on Tessa (Sackhoff), an offbeat LAPD detective who, after butting heads with the higher-ups, is sent as a punishment to the basement to work on John Doe and Jane Doe cases.

Cox will play Tessa's fractious partner Burt Macey.

"Found" is exec produced by writer Chris Levinson, Wolf, Nena Rodrigue and Peter Jankowski.

"Kings," from UMS, creator Michael Green and director Francis Lawrence, centers on David (Christopher Egan), an idealistic soldier who joins the court of King Silas (Ian McShane), monarch of the modern nation of Gilboa.

Cox will play Silas' nemesis, former King Vesper.

Cox, who won an Emmy for TNT's "Nuremberg," recently wrapped the features "The Good Heart" and "Tell Tale." He is repped by IFA, manager Matthew Lesher and attorney Diane Golden. (partialdiff)