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Crackle is rounding out the cast of new drama The Art of More.
The Sony-owned streaming service has tapped Cristina Rosato for the recurring role of Belinda, the assistant to Dennis Quaid‘s Samuel Bruckner. She also serves as a distraction for Graham Connor (Chrisian Cooke), a man with blue-collar roots who is working his way up in the auction house world. Belinda, who has bigger ambitions than being an assistant, and Graham use each other to get what they want.
The Art of More, Crackle’s first hourlong drama, explores the dark underbelly of the exclusive auction house world with Quaid starring as a real estate shark who is as shrewd as he his charismatic. Cooke’s Graham works his way to the top by exploiting his connections to smuggling rings that he was explosed to while a soldier in Iraq. Kate Bosworth also stars as Roxanna Whitney, the daughter of the CEO of one of two warring auction houses.
Gardner Stern and Chuck Rose serve as writers and executive produce on the project, which will premiere this winter. Quaid also exec producers along with Laurence Mark and Gary Fleder.
Rosato, who hails from Montreal, has held a number of French-speaking roles and has also appeared in Helix and Rookie Blue. She is repped by Luber Roklin Entertainment, KC Talent in Vancouver and MCM in Montreal.
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