How to Get Away with Murder” regular Charlie Weber has been tapped to star in the political thriller “Ex-Patriot,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Marvista Entertainment is producing with shooting currently taking place in Bogota, Colombia. Conor Allyn is directing from a script he wrote with Jake Allyn.

The story follows a CIA analyst-turned-whistle blower who flees to Colombia for a life of penance and obscurity. When she is tracked down by her former flame, portrayed by Weber, he enlists her help in taking down a money-laundering magnate with supposed ties to terrorism but a personal vendetta proves that no one can be trusted.

The film is a joint venture between Marvista Entertainment and Caracol. Kristofer McNeeley is producing with Alejandro Toro Canal. Fernando Szew, Stephanie Slack and Felipe Boshell will serve as executive producers.

Weber stars as Frank Delfino, an employee of the main law firm in ABC’s “How to Get Away with Murder.” He was a regular on “Underemployed” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”

Weber is represented by UTA, manager Bernard Kira and attorney Greg Slewett.