'Orphan Black' Season 2 Spoilers: Michelle Forbes Set to Make a Guest Appearance On TV Series? [VIDEO]
on Jan 10, 2014 05:03 PM EST
The season 2 premiere of Orphan Black is still months away, but fans can get excited from the news of a hit TV star's guest appearance.
On Jan. 9, SPACE posted on Facebook that Michelle Forbes would have a guest role in the new season of Orphan Black. They also provided fans with a description of her character.
"Marian Bowles (Forbes) is a powerful new player at the Dyad Institute with a birds-eye view on the war between Sarah and Rachel," the description read.
Tatana Maslany, who plays the lead with many roles, confirmed the news by posting it on her Facebook.
Forbes has been in a bunch of notable TV roles already and will add Orphan Black to her resume. She has stared in The Killing, 24, Chicago Fire, Battlestar Galactica, and True Blood.
KpopStars reported that Forbes was exuberant to be joining the Clone Club. "I am ecstatic to be invited to play with this extraordinary company and on such a deeply complicated, mysterious, and emotional story. I could talk to the highly intelligent show-runners and writers all day long as the issues they're tackling are vast, to say the least. It's truly original and clever, not to mention its wit delights me to no end," Forbes expressed.
In other Orphan Black news, Maslany is up for a best actress in a TV drama award at the Golden Globes, this Sunday. On Dec. 27, the Hollywood Reporter came out with a list of 18 breakthrough stars of 2013. Maslany made the list, and this is what they had to say, "Maslany ended 2013 up for a Golden Globe and People's Choice Award for her work as nearly a dozen clones on BBC America's sci-fi drama."
Watch the Golden Globes on the 12th to see if she can pick up the victory, and stay tuned for more Orphan Black news until the season 2 premiere on April 19, 2014.
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