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Serinda Swan Joins 'Graceland' Cast



On the new USA Network drama series, the "Breakout Kings" actress will play Paige Arkin, an intuitive and merciless DEA undercover agent living at the mansion.



Serinda Swan
Serinda SwanNovember 30, 2012

Serinda Swan
Serinda Swan
Serinda Swan
Serinda Swan
NEW YORK, NY — Serinda Swan ("Breakout Kings," "Hawaii Five-O") has been tapped as a series regular on USA's gritty new drama "Graceland" opposite Daniel Sunjata ("Rescue Me"), Aaron Tveit ("Les Miserables"), Vanessa Ferlito ("Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps"), Brandon Jay McLaren ("The Killing"), and Manny Montana ("Chicago Code"). From "White Collar" executive producer and creator, Jeff Eastin, the series will premiere summer 2013 on USA.

"Graceland" delves into the lives of an elusive group of undercover agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and US Customs, whose worlds collide at a repossessed Southern California beachfront mansion called "Graceland."



In "Graceland," Swan stars as Paige Arkin, an intuitive and merciless DEA undercover agent living at the mansion. She uses her sex appeal and unorthodox resourcefulness to infiltrate deep into drug organizations. Partying just as hard as she works, Paige gets a rush from being at "Graceland," as if living a lie is her drug of choice.

Paige's roommates at "Graceland" include legendary FBI agent and house mentor Paul Briggs (Sunjata), by-the-books FBI rookie, Mike Warren (Tveit), strong-willed DEA agent Catherine "Charlie" Lopez (Ferlito), quick-tempered US Customs agent Dale Jakes (McLaren) and fun-loving prankster FBI agent Joe "Johnny" Tuturro (Montana).

From Fox Television Studios, Jeff Eastin serves as creator and executive producer. Sean Daniel served as executive producer on the pilot with producer Russell Fine ("White Collar," "Necesssary Roughness") directing.
 
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