‘The Terminal List: Dark Wolf’ Adds Robert Wisdom, Shiraz Tzarfati & Rona-Lee Shim’on

EXCLUSIVE: The Prime Video sequel series The Terminal List: Dark Wolf has added three recurring stars to its freshman season: Robert Wisdom (Barry), Shiraz Tzarfati (Theodsia) and Rona-Lee Shim’on (Fauda). They join the previously announced cast: Taylor Kitsch, Tom Hopper, Chris Pratt and Dar Salim.

Co-created by The Terminal List author Jack Carr and Season 1 creator-showrunner David DiGilio, the prequel, set five years before the mothership series The Terminal List, is an elevated espionage thriller that takes viewers on Ben Edwards’ (Taylor Kitsch) journey from Navy SEAL to CIA paramilitary operator, exploring the darker side of warfare and the human cost that comes with it.

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Wisdom will play ‘Jed Haverford,’ a CIA spymaster with a storied career behind him and one final mission ahead of him. The leader of a covert Sanction Unit working in Europe, Haverford helps oversee Ben’s transformation from Special Operator to CIA Contractor. Shim’on will play ‘Eliza Perash,’ a veteran Mossad operator tasked with co-leading the team alongside Haverford. She is everything the job requires: pragmatic, fierce, dedicated – a warrior who refuses categorization, and who instantly earns Ben’s respect. Tzarfati will play ‘Tal Varon,’ a fierce young, rebellious team member who has given up her desk job to work in the field under her mentor Eliza Perash. Trained in the technical side of tradecraft, Tal’s put through a trial-by-fire working alongside Ben, Eliza, and this team of veteran operators.

In addition to starring in the series, Kitsch executive produces alongside Pratt through Indivisible Productions, Antoine Fuqua and Kat Samick, through Hill District Media, author Jack Carr, showrunner David DiGilio, pilot director Frederick E.O. Toye, writer/former Army Ranger Max Adams, and actor/writer/former Navy SEAL Jared Shaw. The Terminal List: Dark Wolf is a co-production from Amazon Studios and MRC Television/Civic Center Media.

Last year, Prime Video also confirmed The Terminal List would return for a second season, based on Carr’s New York Times best-selling novel True Believer.

Wisdom is repped by Link Entertainment, Mainstay Entertainment and Fox Rothschild. Tzarfati is repped by Middleweek Newton Talent Management, Vault Entertainment and Peikoff Mahan Law Office. Shim’on is repped by ADD Agency and United Agents in the UK.

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