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Revolution Taps Lost’s Jeff Fahey in an Unknown Role
At any given point in the life of a J.J. Abrams’ productions, such as NBC’s new series Revolution, you can expect to see actors pop in who have worked on any number of Abrams’ other shows and chances are they will have appeared on Lost. It happens more often than not, and Revolution, though still very new to the Abrams family, will not be an exception. Not only does Elizabeth Mitchell have a starring role in the series, but the hairy chested Jeff Fahey has been tapped for a guest-starring role for the show’s first season. Out of all those who have appeared on Lost throughout the years, Fahey was more than a few viewers’ favorite; practically guaranteeing he will be well received.
Unfortunately, aside from knowing Fahey will be playing someone named Hutch in an early episode of the season, nothing else is known about this part. TVLine reported the casting, but failed to give up the goods. It is, however, a safe bet to say he will be playing a gruff voiced man, because that is what Fahey does best. He’s incredibly reliable when it comes to delivering that gruff sounding voice. And he’ll probably show off a bit of his hairy chest. Don’t look directly at it unless you want to feel completely emasculated.
Revolution will be premiering Monday, Sept. 17 on NBC. It follows the human race 15 years after all electricity has mysteriously stopped working, forcing everyone to survive with no power source. I know that sounds difficult, but keep in mind we’ve only been dependent on electricity for the last century – give or take a decade – so going back to not needing it shouldn’t be that difficult. But since this is a fictional story, and how addicted some people are to their cellular devices, it will appear to more difficult than it likely would be. Regardless, with Billy Burke starring alongside Mitchell and Giancarlo Esposito, how could you not be excited to see it?