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Crystal Reed’s Teen Wolf Dad Gets Revenge
ABC’s Revenge keeps loading up for its sophomore season, now adding some Teen Wolf power with the addition of JR Bourne, who plays Crystal Reed’s father on the MTV supernatural drama. According to Deadline Bourne is Hamptons bound as Kenny, and described as a confident guy with some less than savory qualities that wealth allows him to play off. Bourne has had a ton of one-off stints on several shows (CSI, Fringe, Smallville, Suits) but if Teen Wolf isn’t exactly hitting your demographic, and science fiction is more your thing, you might have caught JR on Stargate SG-1 as Martouf (I’ve been going through SG-1 after really loving Universe and really liking Atlantis but finding the OG series to be tough to get through), one of those super annoying Tok’ra. He will also be returning for season 3 of Teen Wolf (which will have as many episodes as each of first two seasons).
Back to Revenge though, Emily VanCamp has been front and center in most of the build-up for the second season, perfectly illustrated as Emily Thorne/Amanda Clarke by recent key art released by ABC. Bourne will join Jennifer Jason Leigh, Dilshad Vadsaria, and Barry Sloane as confirmed new faces coming to Revenge season 2. Revenge returns to ABC on September 30th.