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Wynter comes to Showtime’s Californication Season 6
After taking some time to start a family (which involved giving birth to three boys), 24’s Sarah Wynter is coming back to acting full time, with her first big role in Season 6 of Showtime’s Californication. Normally, in these casting situations, I would be chomping at the bit to talk about whom Wynter is playing, but in this instance there isn’t much to really say. Currently there’s more information surrounding who Wynter’s character is married to, so don’t act all shocked when I barely talk about her. You’ve been fairly warned, so what do you say we dive into this thing?
According to Deadline, Wynter will be a major recurring character in Season 6, set to appearing in at least six episodes as the wife of rock star Atticus Fetch (Tim Minchin). That’s literally as far as we can go on the small amount of information given for Wynter’s character. However, we do know quite a bit more about her husband. Fetch is described as being Bowie, Bobo, and Lennon all combined into some sort of super rock star. I can only imagine the amount of drugs that pass through his system. Fetch becomes involved in the show’s plot when he is drafted to write the music for the Broadway musical based on A Crazy Little Thing Called Love, which itself was adapted from Hank Moody’s breakout novel.
Even more interesting is how Fetch’s role may explain the presence of Faith, a Catholic groupie played by Maggie Grace, who is said to live a life of sex, drugs, and religion while on the road with various musicians. When Fetch shows up with his wife, will Faith not be too far behind? Obviously, this is my own speculation, but it doesn’t seem that off base. If you think about it, it makes a lot of sense. I should get some kind of medal for putting these two together.