Oscar winner Adrien Brody will guest star on Season 3 of Succession, playing a billionaire activist investor in the battle between the Roys.

Adrien Brody has been cast for the third season of Succession and will have a guest appearance on the show. The HBO satirical drama, created by Jesse Armstrong, follows members of the dysfunctional and immoral Roy family who are constantly at odds with and fighting for power over their media conglomerate, Waystar RoyCo, led by founder and patriarch, Logan Roy. The Emmy-winning series is produced by Adam McKay and Will Ferrell, and also stars Jeremy Strong, Matthew Macfadyen, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin, Nicholas Braun, and Alan Ruck.

Term now reports that Brody will be joining the show as a guest star, playing the character of Josh Aaronson, who will take an active role in Waystar RoyCo’s ongoing war as a billionaire activist investor. Brody is an Oscar-winning actor and has had a long and successful career in film and television. He is best known for his roles in Midnight in Paris, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Houdini, Y Peaky blinders. Apart from Succession, Brody will next be seen in Wes Anderson The French office, the Netflix biopic of Marilyn Monroe Blond, and as Pat Riley in an HBO limited series about the LA Lakers in the 1980s, which is also developed by McKay.

Adrien Brody at The Darjeeling Limited

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When Succession The last time he was left in the season two finale, Logan Roy confronted his son Kendall, played by Strong, after being blamed by him for a scandal involving the company. Based on the cunning smile that appears on Logan Roy’s face as the last shot, it looks like season three will turn into a grim public battle unlike any the Roy family has ever been through before. With Brody as the only guest guest on the show, it will be exciting to see how his character affects the course of the upcoming season and what role he will play in the family battle.

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Source: Deadline

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