Revenge to Introduce Recurring Season 3 Character

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Ashley is out... and Patrick Harper is in?

ABC sources confirm that a major recurring character will debut on the Revenge Season 3 premiere, as viewers will meet Victoria's first born son, who was put up for adoption when he was six months old.

Look for the character to be charming, but also possess a dark side. Hmmmm... we wonder where he got that from?

No word yet on what actors are up for the role, but go ahead and cast Patrick in our Revenge forum. (UPDATE: Justin Hartley has landed the role!)

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Dr. Jorge Lopez, a South American doctor, will also debut on the premiere. Sources say he will called upon regarding Ashley... which doesn't bode well for that aspiring socialite's fate.

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@Sa'ad702 you are correct, but how many people would TV Fanatic have to hire just to keep the Banner changes?


Lol. just looking at the TV Fanatic banner for Revenge. On the right side, there's Declan, Amanda and Ashley All of whom are dead or have left the show. Jack is also on the right side. I sincerely hope he is next...


Um no and no and no...
First of all it isn't Patrick Grayson. It would be Patrick ? The surname is not known. It could be Harper but no one knows what it is.
While James Lafferty has that deep voice and could act out the two characteristics described above, James is too young. He needs to be 35-40 seeing as he was born in 1972 or thereabouts.
I think Wes Brown could be a good choice. He could play an older person.
Callum Blue might also not be bad, he is charming and definitely play dangerous well.

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Patrick Grayson: Chad Michael Murray would be perfect eventually James Lafferty!


Dan Stevens as Patrick
Jamie Fox as Dr Jorge Lopez

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