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Hannibal Finds Kids in the Hall





Hannibal Finds Kids in the HallWell, actually just one kid. Or should we say former kid? He's far too old now to be a kid, but yes, he once was one of "The Kids in the Hall." Read on to find out just who has rounded out Laurence Fishburne's investigative team.

THR Reports that "The Kids in the Hall" alum Scott Thompson has boarded Bryan Fuller's adaptation of the Thomas Harris books. Thompson will recur as Jimmy Price, the third member of the FBI crime scene investigation team led by Laurence Fishburne's Jack Crawford, the head of the FBI's behavioral science unit. Jimmy specializes in fingerprinting and spatter patterns at crime scenes. He rounds out the three-person team that includes Hettienne Park (Young Adult) and Aaron Abrams (L.A. Complex), who play Beverly Katz and Brian Zeller, respectively.

Mads Mikkelsen will play the psychiatrist-turned-serial killer in the 13-episode dramatic take from “Pushing Daisies” creator Bryan Fuller. Caroline Dhavernas also stars as Dr. Alana “Al” Bloom, a psychiatric protege of Hannibal Lecter who teaches psychology at Georgetown University and is consulting with the FBI on criminal profiling when she introduces her mentor to Laurence Fishburne’s Jack Crawford. Lara Jean Chorostecki plays Freddie Lounds, a sleazy tabloid reporter, and Hugh Dancy plays everyone's favorite criminal profiler, Will Graham.

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Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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ChaosWeaver's picture

This is awesome, I grew up watching Kids in the Hall religiously, so glad Scott Thompson is going to be part of this!!

One thing...Creepy, last sentence, did you mean "Hugh Dancy plays everyone's favorite criminal profiler, Will Graham, previously played by William Petersen"?


Submitted by ChaosWeaver on Fri, 09/07/2012 - 5:48pm.
moderator Yeah, that reference to
Debi Moore's picture

Yeah, that reference to Petersen was from a bad cut & paste job in a previous story. Oops!


Submitted by Debi Moore on Fri, 09/07/2012 - 6:11pm.

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