The new NBC drama Revolution will be visited by three actors who have made appearances on the long-running CW series ‘Supernatural’, which was created by Eric Kripke who just happens to be the series creator of ‘Revolution’.
The trio consists of Mark Pellegrino, Todd Stashwick and Colin Ford; all of whom played memorable roles in episodes of ‘Supernatural. Pellegrino appeared as Lucifer while Stashwick was Dracula in the ‘Supernatural’ episode entitled “Monster Movie” and Ford has played young Sam Winchester.
Pellegrino will play a militia officer in the third episode of the debut season of ‘Revolution’ while Stashwick will play a drug lord in the sixth episode. Meanwhile, Ford will show up in the 7th episode as the brother of a boy who has been taken by the militia.
Among Pellegrino’s other TV credits are the Syfy version of ‘Being Human’, recurring roles on ‘The Closer’, ‘Dexter’ and ‘Lost’ as well as guest appearances on ‘Grimm’, ‘Castle’, ‘Chuck’ and ‘Prison Break’ (among countless others). He has also appeared in the box office films ‘National Treasure’, ‘Number 23′ and ‘The Big Lebowski’.
Stashwick, on the other hand, has appeared in episodes of ‘Heroes’, ‘Justified’, ‘Men of a Certain Age’ and ‘The Riches’. And, young actor Ford has guest-starred in TV shows like ‘Close to Home’, ‘Smallville’, ‘Private Practice’, ‘CSI: Miami’ and ‘Hawaii Five-0′ as well as film roles in ‘Push’ and ‘We Bought a Zoo’.
A new episode of the debut season of ‘Revolution’ just aired last night with the next new episode set to air on NBC on Monday, October 1 at 10/9c. [Source: TV Line]