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'24' Alum Nestor Serrano, ‘True Blood’ Actress Brit Morgan Join USA's ‘Graceland’ (Exclusive)

'24' Alum Nestor Serrano, 'True Blood' Actress Brit Morgan Join USA's 'Graceland' (Exclusive)

Nestor Serrano and Brit Morgan (Getty Images)

The actors come aboard for the drama's upcoming second season

USA Network's “Graceland” is adding Nestor Serrano and Brit Morgan to the police drama's upcoming second season, TheWrap has learned.

Serrano will star as Carlos Solano, Sr., a brutal cartel leader who hangs his enemies’ decapitated heads off of bridges as warning signs to his community. In person, though, he's described as more corporate than bloodthirsty. Solano is a businessman and a father and he doesn't take either of those jobs lightly.

Represented by D2 Management, Serrano's long list of television credits include recurring roles on Fox's “24” and The CW's “90210.”

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Morgan will recur as Amber, who's described as a shifty genius for hire who has done some very risky jobs for some very bad people. She's a master of many trades, but nothing gets her more excited than danger and manipulation. When Charlie (Vanessa Ferlito) tries to get close to her, she discovers that Amber is much more than she bargained for.

She starred on “True Blood” as troublemaking werewolf Debbie Pelt. She also starred on the short-lived ABC drama “The Middleman.” Innovative Artists and David Dean Management represent Morgan.

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Serrano and Morgan join previously cast Season 2 actors Carmine Giovinazzo, Jon Sklaroff and Jamie Gray Hyder. Returning castmembers include Aaron Tveit, Daniel Sunjata, Vanessa Ferlito, Manny Montana, Brandon Jay McLaren and Serinda Swan.

Produced by Fox Television Studios and “White Collar” creator Jeff Eastin, “Graceland” returns for its sophomore season on Wednesday June 11 at 10 p.m.