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Cancelled Casting Notes for December 3, 2011

Michael Hogan and Stephen Lunsford It’s no fun when our favorite shows are cancelled. Fortunately, the actors who play characters on those shows often show up in other projects. It’s what we like to call “cancelled casting.” Here’s where you’ll be able to find some of your favorite performers:

MTV’s Teen Wolf is getting three new cast members. Battlestar Galactica’s Michael Hogan will play Allison’s (Crystal Reed) grandfather, a lethal werewolf hunter who wants her to follow in his footsteps. Stephen Lunsford (Kamen Rider: Dragon Knight) has been hired to play Matt, a photography-loving teen who will compete with Scott for Allison’s attention.

Also on Teen Wolf, Daniel Sharman (The Nine Lives of Chloe King) will be seen as a troubled student who’s a new member of the lacrosse team. John Wesley Shipp (Dawson’s Creek) is playing his father for two episodes. He’s a not-so-nice dad who owns a local cemetery. Shipp begins shooting next week in Atlanta.

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