HBO continues to expand the ensemble cast of HBO’s upcoming second season of The White Lotus, with the addition of four new cast members. Divergent star Theo James, Meghann Fahy (The Bold Type), Will Sharpe (The Electrical Life of Louis Wain) have joined the dark comedy series as series regulars along with newcomer Leo Woodall, who is set for a recurring role.
According to Deadline, James and Fahy are set to portray the respective roles of Cameron and Daphne Babcock, a married couple who are vacationing with Sharpe’s Ethan Spiller and his wife Harper, who has been previously confirmed to be played by Aubrey Plaza. Meanwhile, Woodall will be playing a magnetic guest named Jack.
Get ready for a memorable stay.
— HBO (@HBO) February 10, 2022
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The White Lotus Season 2 is set to take place in a new location and will be introducing a whole new set of characters. The next chapter leaves Hawaii behind and follows a different group of vacationers as they jet to another White Lotus property and settle in temporarily amongst its inhabitants. It is reportedly set to take place in Sicily, Italy at the Four Seasons San Domenica Palace.
The new cast includes Michael Imperioli as Dominic Di Grasso, Aubrey Plaza as Harper Spiller, F. Murray Abraham as Bert Di Grasso, Tom Hollander as Quentin, Adam DiMarco as Albie Di Grasso, and Haley Lu Richardson as Porta. Season 1 alum Jennifer Coolidge will also be reprising her role as Tanya McQuoid.
The White Lotus is created, written, and directed by Mike White (Enlightened). It is executive produced by White, David Bernard, Mark Kamine, and Nick Hall.
The first season starred Murray Bartlett, Connie Britton, Natasha Rothwell, Steve Zahn, Sydney Sweeney, Brittany O’Grady, Jake Lacy, Alexandra Daddario, Molly Shannon, Jennifer Coolidge, and Fred Hechinger.