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‘White Lotus’ Season 3 Casts Nicholas Duvernay, Francesca Corney, Arnas Fedaravičius

“The White Lotus” Season 3 has added three new actors to its cast.

Francesca Corney (“The Buccaneers,” “Fistful of Vengeance”), Nicholas Duvernay (“Bel-Air,” “Purple Hearts”) and Arnas Fedaravičius (“The Last Kingdom,” “The Wheel of Time”) have all been added to the highly-anticipated third season of the HBO series.

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They join previously announced new cast members Leslie Bibb, Dom Hetrakul, Jason Isaacs, Michelle Monaghan, Parker Posey, and Tayme Thapthimthong as well as Miloš Biković, Christian Friedel, Morgana O’Reilly, Lek Patravadi, and Shalini Peiris. It was also announced that “The Gilded Age” star Carrie Coon is joining Season 3, while Natasha Rothwell will return to the show in a reprisal of her role from Season 1. Last week, it was reported that Walton Goggins, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Aimee Lou Wood, Sarah Catherine Hook, and Sam Nivola had joined the show as well.

Corney is repped by 42 and Authentic Talent and Literary Management. Duvernay is repped by A3 Artists Agency and Rebel Creative Group. Fedaravičius is repped by The Artists Partnership and Actors in Scandinavia.

Fedaravičius is now the second “Last Kingdom” alum to land a role on a major HBO show since the former series wrapped up its run on Netflix. His former co-star Ewan Mitchell currently stars in the hit “Game of Thrones” prequel series” “House of the Dragon” in the role of Prince Aemond Targaryen.

“The White Lotus” is set to begin production in and around Koh Samui, Phuket, and Bangkok, Thailand, in February. Exact plot details are being kept under wraps aside from the fact it will follow a new group of guests at a White Lotus resort property.

Mike White created “The White Lotus” and serves as executive producer and director. David Bernad and Mark Kamine also executive produce. HBO has partnered with the Tourism Authority of Thailand to support the filming and promotion of the third installment.

“The White Lotus” proved to be an immediate hit for HBO when it debuted in 2021. The first season, set in Hawaii, received 20 Emmy nominations and ten wins, including best limited or anthology series. The second installment, which premiered in December 2022 and was set in Sicily, earned 23 Emmy nominations, including best drama series, ultimately winning five awards.

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