'Homeland' Season 4 casts 'Mad Men' alum, two more new faces

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homeland-season-4-cast-gi.png "Homeland" continues to expand its Season 4 cast as filming proceeds in South Africa. The Hollywood Reporter says "Mad Men" alum Mark Moses, Indian actress Nimrat Kaur and "True Lies" actor Art Malik will join the Showtime series.

Moses will play a "debauched expat" named Dennis, who is described as "an academic teaching political science at Islamabad's Quaid-I-Azam University." Kaur is "a high-level operative within Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence." Malik is "retired Pakistani general Bunran 'Bunny' Latif," an old friend of Saul Berenson.

Other new cast members in Season 4 are Corey Stoll, Laila Robins and Suraj Sharma. Executive producer Alex Gansa set up the rebooted new series in Season 4 during a chat with reporters at the 2014 summer TV press tour.

"We put a character at the center of that -- a compelling character, hopefully, in Carrie Mathison -- to really identify the personal costs of the journey. But there also is a national cost to our policies, in Afghanistan and Pakistan specifically," he says. "That's the story we're going to explore this season. It's got some juice to it."

"Homeland" Season 4 premieres on Oct. 5 on Showtime.
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