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Published On: Wed, Sep 25th, 2013

‘Shameless’ season 4 adds ‘Walking Dead’ actor James Allen McCune, Danika Yarosh from ‘See Dad Run’

James Allen McCune in AMC's 'The Walking Dead'

James Allen McCune in AMC’s ‘The Walking Dead’

Showtime’s Shameless is adding two new characters for season four.

The THR reports that former The Walking Dead actor James Allen McCune, who played Beth’s boyfriend Jimmy in the second season of AMC’s hit, and See Dad Run actress Danika Yarosh have joined the Showtime drama in recurring capacities.

McCune reportedly will play Matt, appearing in multiple episodes. Matt is a shy, sweet, inexperienced 20-year-old who takes a shine to Debbie Gallagher (Emma Kenney), who may end up being far more grown up than he is.

Yarosh is set to play Holly, a 15-year-old helping Debbie transition out of childhood and into the more grown-up world of boys and girls.

McCune appeared in Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Snitch and guest-starred on Homeland.

Yarosh has appeared in 1600 Penn, In Plain Sight and Law & Order: SVU.

 Justin Chatwin, who plays Fiona Gallagher’s on-again, off-again love interest, will no longer be a series regular.

Shameless saw a strong increase in viewers during season 3 and renewed quickly in January.

 

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