Lost star Michael Emerson will star in the Italian TV adaptation of Umberto Eco’s crime novel The Name of the Rose. Emerson, who is currently starring in the CW’s superhero series Arrow and Amazon’s Mozart In The Jungle, will play The Abbot, an ambiguous, greedy, oversensitive and irritable prince of the abby…
Two-time Emmy Award-winning actor Michael Emerson is known for his roles as Harold Finch on the CBS science fiction crime drama Person of Interest (2011-2016) and Benjamin Linus on Lost, a show that contained elements of supernatural and science fiction and originally aired on ABC from 2004 until 2010. He portrayed serial killer William Hinks on The Practice and Zep Hindle in the first Saw film in 2004.
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* Person of Interest and Lost alum Michael Emerson will recur in Season 4 of Amazon’s Mozart in the Jungle as Morton Norton, a classical music ephemera collector who spends his days dressed as the 16th-century homicidal (!) composer Gesualdo. Last week, Emerson joined Season 6 of The CW’s Arrow in a recurring mystery role.
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