(“Heroes,” POLITICAL ANIMALS) has been cast as a recurring guest star in season seven of USA Network’s longest running original drama BURN NOTICE. He joins previously announced recurring stars Jack Coleman (“Heroes,” “The Office,”) Stephen Martines (“The Closer,” “The Vampire Diaries,”) and guest star Nick Taraby (“Spartacus: War of the Damned”). BURN NOTICE stars Jeffrey Donovan, Bruce Campbell, Gabrielle Anwar, Sharon Gless and Coby Bell. Produced by Fox Television Studios, the series is shot in Miami and will film 13 episodes for season seven. This summer, the Emmy®-nominated series will join an elite group as the third show in the network’s history to reach 100 episodes.
Pasdar will play Randall Burke, a savvy, dangerous, and unpredictable former special ops soldier who is now suspected of running a freelance terrorist ring. A charismatic wildcard, he oozes both danger and courage. If you’re on his good side, he’ll show you the time of your life. If you’re on his bad side, he’ll probably want to kill you.
In the seventh season, viewers will begin to discover the intricacies of the mysterious deal Michael (Jeffrey Donovan) made in the season finale. This deal pushes Michael into new territories that consequently bring him face to face with some formidable friends and foes from his past. As the repercussions of the deal become increasingly dangerous and complex, Michael will enlist the help of Fiona (Anwar), Sam (Campbell) and Jesse (Bell). Emmy®-nominated Sharon Gless also co-stars.
BURN NOTICE was created, written and executive produced by Matt Nix. Mikkel Bondesen, Alfredo Barrios, Craig O’Neil, Ben Watkins, and Terry Miller serve as executive producers. The series comes from Fox Television Studios and Fabrik Entertainment.