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Robert Lindsay joins Invisible cast

OHMYGOSSIP — Robert Lindsay has joined the cast of ‘Invisible’.
The ‘Maleficent’ actor will star as entrepreneur and multi-millionaire Max Crockett in the first episode of ITV’s upcoming contemporary crime drama set in Bath.
Lindsay will appear alongside ‘Game of Thrones’ actress Ellie Kendrick, ‘This Time With Alan Partridge’ favourite Susannah Fielding and ‘Lovesick’ star Rosalie Craig as his daughter Elenora, Tamara and Megan.
His son-in-laws Jack and Pete will be played by ‘Broadchurch’ actor Jack Ashton and ‘Doctor Foster’ star Navin Chowdhry, while Cassie Bradley (‘Coronation Street’) will take on the role of daughter-in-law Kasha.
The first outing for the new series will be made up of two feature length crime mysteries with an unlikely duo tasked with finding out the truth.
The wildly ambitious DCI McDonald (Tala Gouveia) will be paired up with the shy and modest DS Dodds (Jason Watkins) as the pair are thrown together in what makes a “rumustious yet effective” partnership.
‘DCI Banks’ lead writer Robert Murphy has created and penned the drama, which will feature a new story world for each episode combining inriuging plots and the journey of its detectives.
Rounding off the cast are James Murray (Superintendent John Houseman), Pearl Chanda (DC Laura Simpson) and Jack Riddiford (DC Darren Craig), while Natalie Mendoza and Roger Evans will both appear in the first episode.
‘Invisible’ will be executive produced by Robert Murphy – joined by Preethi Mavahalli and Damien Timmer for Mammoth – and filmed on location in the west country.
Amy Thurgood will produce, whilst Richard Senior will direct the first episode and Laura Scrivano the second with ITV’s Drama Commissioner Huw Kennair Jones overseeing production of the drama for the broadcaster.

Source: celebretainment.com
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