USA Network’s ‘Graceland’ Casts Carmine Giovinazzo and Jon Sklaroff in Recurring Roles for Season 2

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The hit crime drama returns to television this summer

Carmine Giovinazzo and­­­­­­ Jon Sklaroff will appear in the second season of USA’s drama series “Graceland” with recurring roles, the network said Thursday.

Giovinazzo (“CSI: NY”)  joins the one-hour crime drama, about a group of undercover agents living in a beach-front mansion in Southern California, in the major recurring role as the head of LAPD’s Gang Task Force.

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Skarloff (“24″) will play the role of Fritz, a vile human trafficker who uses intimidation and brutality to keep “his property” in line.

“Graceland,” from creator and executive producer Jeff Eastin (“White Collar”), averaged 4 million total viewers after premiering last June, and returns to cable this summer.

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Giovinazzo is represented by Elevate Entertainment. Sklaroff is represented by Ellis Talent Group, the Marshak/Zachary Company, and Paradigm.