‘White Collar’: ‘Gossip Girl’ Actor, ‘Twin Peaks’ Co-Stars to Appear (Exclusive)

Madchen Amick and Dana Ashbrook (pictured), along with Robert John Burke have joined the USA dramedy.
As the third season of White Collar ramps up, three more actors have booked parts on the USA series.

Twin Peaks co-stars Madchen Amick and Dana Ashbrook may have worked together for on the short-lived series as Shelly Johnson and Bobby Briggs respectively, but they’ll be appearing in separate episodes on the FBI dramedy — just one week apart.

Amick will play Selena Ellis in the episode titled “Veiled Threat” airing July 5. Selena is described as a sultry femme fatale who is suspected of marrying wealthy men for money. The real question is: Will she catch Neal’s (Matt Bomer) eye?
Ashbrook’s turn follows in the July 12 episode, appearing as Carlisle opposite guest star Hutch Dano in “Scott Free.” Carlisle, a millionaire playboy who loves to spend big bucks on extravagant, over-the-top objects that label him as a status symbol of wealth.

Additionally, Gossip Girl’s Robert John Burke — who played Bart Bass on the CW primetime soap — will wreak havoc as an Irish mob boss who is in direct competition with the Deluca family, a Detroit mafia organization who is after Mozzie (Wille Garson), in the fourth episode (a.k.a. Mozzie’s flashback). Burke’s latest alter ego has a penchant for gambling.

Amick is repped by Gersh and KW Management. Ashbrook, repped by The Gage Group and One Entertainment, can be seen in the upcoming feature Nest Egg. The Paradigm-repped Burke has the Jason Statham film Safe in the wings.



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