Back From the Dead: After Her Spectacular Demise on ‘Game of Thrones,’ Actress Will Be, Well, Resurrected … on ABC’s ‘Resurrection’

Jul 23, 2014  •  Post A Comment

An actress who made a spectacular exit from HBO's "Game of Thrones" will be brought back from the dead. Appropriately, Michelle Fairley's resurrection will take place on ABC's "Resurrection," Deadline.com reports.

Fairley, who hails from Northern Ireland, joins the drama series for a season-long arc, the story reports. Fairley played Catelyn Stark on "Thrones," and her resume also includes appearances on USA's "Suits" and Fox's "24: Live Another Day."

"She will play Margaret Langston, the formidable matriarch of the Langston clan. Mother of Henry and Fred (Kurtwood Smith, Matt Craven), and dead for over three decades, she will reappear in Arcadia as one of the returned. Margaret brings with her knowledge of the Langston family’s dark past, a past she is determined to keep hidden," the story reports, adding: "Her return will have consequences for the entire family."

"Resurrection's" season-two premiere is set for Sept. 28.

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