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Little Birds: David Costabile, Amy Landecker & Matt Lauria Join Sky Atlantic Period Drama

EXCLUSIVE: Billions David Costabile, Transparents Amy Landecker and Parenthoods Matt Lauria have joined the cast of Sky Atlantic period drama Little Birds alongside Juno Temple.

The Dirty John star is fronting the adaptation of Anais Nins infamous collection of erotic short stories, which is set in Tangier in 1955, in the famous international zone, one of the last outposts of colonial decadence and follows troubled Temples American debutante Lucy Savage as she faces a culture shock.

Costabile, who also starred in Breaking Bad, plays Lucys larger than life father, Grant Savage, an arms manufacturer who wants to control his daughter, while Landecker, who also starred in Doctor Strange, plays his loquacious wife Vanessa. Having set Lucy up with an English Lord, Hugo Cavendish-Smythe, played by Hugh Skinner, Grant thinks he has a malleable, potentially useful son-in-law but unbeknownst to the Savages, Hugo has already lost his heart to someone else.

Lauria, who also starred in Kingdom, takes on the role of the elusive Bill. A bartender and bohemian artist, Bill works in neighbourhood nightclub El Sirocco and soon becomes a confidante of both Lucy and Hugo. Although he is not what he seems and his flirtation and the hand of friendship offered to Lucy and Hugo is very much a cover for some more nefarious motivations.

As Lucy fights to carve out her independence and identity, her life becomes intertwined with Cherifa Lamour, played by Submarine star Yumna Marwan, a Moroccan dominatrix who services the diplomats and foreigners of this colourful, bohemian world and Egyptian Aristocrat Adham Abaza, played by 24: Legacy star Raphael Acloque, and they all become entangled with some very dangerous characters. Nina Sosanya (Killing Eve), Rossy De Palma (Broken Embraces), Jean MarcRead More – Source

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