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Paul Guilfoyle to Guest on ‘Blindspot,’ Return to ‘The Good Fight’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Paul Guilfoyle will guest star on NBC’s drama “Blindspot” as well as return to CBS All Access’ “The Good Fight,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Over on “Blindspot,” Guilfoyle will portray Rossi, who the Peacock is describing as a “fixer with a mysterious past.” The network has not yet confirmed how many episodes he will appear in. “Blindspot,” which hails from Martin Gero and stars Jaimie Alexander and Sullivan Stapleton will premiere its third season Oct. 27.

When it comes to “The Good Fight,” Guilfoyle is reprising his role as Henry Rindell for an undisclosed number of episodes in Season 2, CBS has confirmed. Henry was last seen in the first season finale of Robert and Michelle King’s “The Good Wife” spinoff, fleeing the country rather than taking a plea deal which would have sent him back to prison but kept his daughter Maia (Rose Leslie) out of legal trouble. The second season of “The Good Fight” will premiere in 2018.

Guilfoyle previously spent 15 years on CBS procedural crime drama “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” as the Las Vegas crime lab’s director, and he has more recently been seen as a resistance leader on USA Network’s “Colony.”

 

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