Discovery’s upcoming miniseries “Harley and the Davidsons” has cast “Sleepy Hollow” star Jessica Camacho, Variety has learned exclusively.

Camacho, who was promoted to series regular status on Fox’s supernatural drama last October, will portray Reya, a strong and fearless member of an early Harley-Davidson motorcycle club. She’ll appear alongside Michiel Huisman (“Game of Thrones”), Robert Aramayo (“Game of Thrones”), Bug Hall (“The Little Rascals”) and Stephen Rider (“Daredevil”).

Huisman will star as Walter Davidson in the series, Aramayo will play William “Bill” Harley and Hall will portray Arthur Davidson. As Variety previously reported, Rider will play William Johnson, the first African-American Harley-Davidson dealer.

In addition to “Sleepy Hollow,” Camacho has made notable appearances on shows including “Last Resort,” “Hello Ladies,” “Longmire,” “Bones” and “Nikita.”

Production on “Harley and the Davidsons” will begin this month. The show, which hails from Raw Television, will consist of three two-hour installments to air later this year on Discovery. Evan Wright and Seth Fisher wrote the six-hour series, which revolves around the birth of the iconic brand launched in 1903 by two friends from Milwaukee, William Harley and Arthur Davidson.

Camacho is represented by Tash Moseley Management, Gabrielle Allabashi at Ellis Talent Group and Matt Rosen at SGSBC.