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BERLIN STATION: Ashley Judd Joins Second Season Of Spy Drama [Epix]

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Ashley Judd Cast As Regular For Second Season Of Berlin Station

Emmy Award-nominated Missing actress Ashley Judd is set to play a regular role on Epix‘s espionage series Berlin Station.

Having acted in noteworthy projects on both the big and small screen, Judd has assembled quite a resume. First rising to prominence as the lead in the Sundance Film Festival winner Ruby in Paradise, the actress went on to have roles in movies like Double Jeopardy, Where the Heart Is, Bug, Dolphin Tale, and Insurgent. One of her most notable roles was as Natalie Prior, the mother of Kristen Stewart‘s protagonist Tris, in the Divergent series.

Judd is set to join a cast that includes Richard Armitage, Richard Jenkins, Michelle Forbes, and Rhys Ifans as CIA operatives investigating a series of damning leaks. Also joining the series next season is Keke Palmer, who will similarly have a regular role.

Deadline, the source of this story, had the following to share about Judd’s character:

Judd will play BB Yates, Berlin’s disarming new Chief of Station, nicknamed “The Station Whisperer” for her itinerant work in the field shoring up CIA stations in moral or corporate disrepair. Part company loyalist and part maverick, BB toes a dangerous line between serving those above her and empowering those below her. Always a contradiction, she arrives in Berlin to defy expectations and breathe new life into the troubled CIA station she now runs.

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