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Zachary Quinto Is Tapped for 'Girls', Bianca Lawson Joins 'Witches of East End'

June 20, 2014 (8:22 am) GMT
The former 'Heroes' actor will guest star in the fourth season of the HBO series, while the 'Teen Wolf' star will recur in the second season of Lifetime's supernatural drama.
Zachary Quinto Is Tapped for 'Girls', Bianca Lawson Joins 'Witches of East End'

has landed a guest-starring role on "" season 4. The news is confirmed by HBO after the actor was spotted on the set of the comedy series in Brooklyn on June 18, wearing a similar "Ask Me My Name" smock with star .

No other details of his character are available now and it's unclear for how many episodes he is signed. The actor, who is widely known as Sylar on NBC's "", starred in the first and second installments of FX's anthology series "".

In other casting news, is added to the cast of "" for season 2. The Marin Morell of "" will recur as a mysterious woman named Eva in the sophomore run of the Lifetime series. TVLine has got its hand on first look at Lawson on the supernatural drama.

Lawson previously had a recurring role on The CW's "" and starred on ABC Family's "".

"Girls" season 4 is expected to debut next year, while "Witches of East End" will return for its second season July 6 at 9/8c. Lawson will make her first appearance in the season premiere.

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