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New Under The Dome Character Revealed


The anticipation keeps building for the second season of Under The Dome and now another new addition to the cast has been announced.

Dwayne Boyd, who has previously starred in The Walking Dead, The Hunger Games and Sleepy Hollow, has been confirmed to play the role of Greg, who will make his first appearance in episode 5 of the new season.

Prior to becoming an actor, Boyd spent seven years in the US Army, so we'd expect any action scenes to be pretty easy for him, given that pedigree.

He joins 5 other newcomers to the series: Sherry Stringfield, who will play a character named Pauline; Karla Crome, who'll play Rebecca; Eddie Cahill, who will play Big Jim's brother-in-law Sam; country singer Dwight Yoakum, who plays barbershop owner Lyle; and Grace Victoria Cox, who we'll see as Melanie.

Check out 10 Things We Know About Under The Dome Season 2 here

And watch the latest trailers for the new season here

[via dreadcentral.com]

(Images: AllStar/Premier Actors Network)



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