Barry Sloane Promoted to Revenge Series Regular

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Looks like Emily Thorne’s partner in crime (and Revenge) Aiden is sticking around the Hamptons.

Barry Sloane has been promoted to series regular status, according to Deadline. The 31-year-old English actor, who was introduced as a recurring player this fall, will appear in all of the series’ final nine episodes in Season 2, with an option to continue as a full-time cast member if and when ABC renews Revenge for Season 3.

Excited for more Aiden, based on what you've seen thus far from Ems' fellow Takeda trainee?

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Barry Sloan as Aiden
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Good, I am glad, Aidan is a great addition to the show, as you know, now I feel all the three men in Emily's life give us an opportunity to view all the different sides of her. Jack is her past life,her childhood, the life that she could have had. Aidan is her past that includes being on the road to avenge her father, he is her partner in terms of if she gets what she wants, he is the only one to understand her reasons and motives. Daniel, is the one who brings out the side of Emily while she is avenging her father, as she is going through the process he is one of those who is affected immediately.


So, we can exclude it 's him dead on the boat :)


YES! Omg I love him!! I want this man in my life!!


@kate: hah! that'd be fun to watch


I am very if he can only learn to not turn his back on Clarke women (I think it will be funny just for a kind of meta nod to the audience to have both Charlotte and even Amanda knock him out).

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Some believe confession helps a guilty soul find peace, releasing us from the shame and regret of our mistakes. In the face of mortality, many feel the need to seek this closure to make things right. Because if death doesn't kill us, our demons will.