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