Vladimir Caamaño To Star in CBS’ Drama Series “Tommy”

Vladimir “Vlad” Caamaño is joining the force…

The Dominican American comedian and actor has been added to cast of CBS’ upcoming drama Tommy as a series regular.

Vladimir “Vlad” Caamaño

Tommy, from the Bull team of co-creator Paul Attanasio and producer Amblin Television, stars Edie Falco as Abigail “Tommy” Thomas, a former high-ranking NYPD officer who becomes the first female Chief of Police for Los Angeles. She uses her unflinching honesty and hardball tactics to navigate the social, political and national-security issues that converge with enforcing the law.

Caamaño plays an ebullient Dominican transplant from Tommy’s home city of New York, who becomes part of her security detail but also her off-the-shelf investigator as she solves crimes in pursuit of the truth.

The series-regular cast also includes Michael ChernusAdelaide ClemensRussell G. JonesThomas SadoskiOlivia Lucy Phillipand Joseph Lyle Taylor.

Caamaño previously wrote, produced and headlined his own semi-autobiographical comedy pilot for NBC, A Bronx Life.

His other credits include television appearances on Superstore, Marvel’s Runaways and Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Olivo Stars in “No One Lives,” Which Opens This Weekend

America Olivo has plenty of reason to scream

The 35-year-old part-Chilean and part-Spanish actress stars in No One Lives, a horror film directed by Ryûhei Kitamura that opens in limited release this weekend.

America Olivo

“It has one of the best scenes with one of the top 10 scenes in a horror film ever,” boasts Bill Lewis, SVP Theatrical Marketing and Distribution at Anchor Bay Films. “We [released] the clip of the scene Wednesday. It’s such a great shot.”

Olivo plays Tamara in the film, which follows a gang of ruthless highway killers who kidnap a wealthy couple traveling cross-country only to shockingly discover that things are not what they seem.

Along with Olivo, the film also stars Luke Evans and Adelaide Clemens.

Anchor Bay Films picked up No One Lives at the Toronto International Film Festival last year.

No One Lives will open in about 53 locations in 34 cities and will expand from there, although numbers are still to-be-determined based on performance.