‘Black Rabbit’ Limited Series Adds 11 Including Troy Kotsur, Abbey Lee, Odessa Young & Robin De Jesus

Netflix’s new limited series Black Rabbit has added 11 to its cast, led by stars and executive producers Jude Law and Jason Bateman. The additions include Academy Award-winning actor Troy Kotsur (CODA, The Mandalorian), Abbey Lee (Florida Man, Old), Odessa Young (Mothering Sunday, The Staircase) and Robin De Jesus (The Boys In The Band, Tick Tick…BOOM).

From Zach Baylin and Kate Susman, Black Rabbit follows the owner of a New York City hotspot (Law) who allows his turbulent brother (Bateman) back into his life, opening up the door to escalating dangers that threaten to bring down everything he’s built.

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In addition to Law and Bateman, Cleopatra Coleman, Amaka Okafor, Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù, Dagmara Dominczyk and Chris Coy also star.

Kotsur will play “Joe Mancuso,” a local bookie with ties to organized crime and the brothers’ past. Lee will play “Anna,” a formidable NYC bartender. Young will play “Gen,” an East Village tattoo artist with a connection to the brothers. De Jesus plays “Tony,” a talented NY chef.

Also joining the hour-long series in recurring roles are Amir Malaklou (The Old Man, The Kite Runner [Broadway]) will play “Naveen,” an investor in Jake’s businesses; Don Harvey (We Own This City, The Deuce) will play “Matt,” an old school BK bartender. Forrest Weber (Law & Order, The Blacklist) who will play “Junior,” a hotheaded criminal. Francis Benhamou (Dear Edward, Kinda Pregnant) will play “Lisa Klein,” a journalist with New York Magazine. Gus Birney (Shining Vale, Happiness for Beginners, Dickinson) will play “Mel Whitney,” an aspiring actress and hostess. John Ales (American Fiction, Painkiller) will play “Jules Zablonski,” a renowned NY artist. Steve Witting (Killers of the Flower Moon, Tulsa King) will play “Andy,” a credit card processor and money lender.

Executive producing are Bateman and Michael Costigan for Aggregate Films; Law and Ben Jackson for Riff Raff Entertainment; Zach Baylin and Kate Susman via Youngblood Pictures; Andrew Hinderaker, who will serve as co-showrunner; Zac Frognowski; Justin Levy and David Bernon and Erica Kay. Bateman will direct the first two episodes. Black Rabbit is the latest series out of Aggregate’s creative partnership with Netflix.

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