Miguel Ferrer is twinning…
The 60-year-old half-Puerto Rican actor is set to reprise his iconic role on David Lynch’s upcoming new installment of his groundbreaking 1990 mystery series Twin Peaks for Showtime, according to Deadline.com.
Ferrer will reportedly return to reprise his role as FBI Agent Albert Rosenfield from the original series in the new season, set to debut in 2017.
In eight episodes of the 1990 series, Ferrer played Rosenfield, a cynical city slicker FBI forensics specialist who butted heads with Twin Peaks Sheriff Harry S. Truman.
The only actor officially confirmed for the new Twin Peaks is the show’s original star Kyle MacLachlan, who is set to reprise his role as Dale Cooper.
Sheryl Lee, who played victim Laura Palmer in the original, also is back — she has been snapped by paparazzi filming scenes with MacLachlan.
Additionally, David Patrick Kelly is said to be reprising his role as Jerry Horne, with Richard Beymer rumored to be resurrecting his character of Jerry’s brother Benjamin.
New cast additions include Jennifer Jason Leigh, Robert Knepper, Balthazar Getty and Amanda Seyfried.
Ferrer, the son of Academy Award winner José Ferrer, is a regular on NCIS: Los Angeles.