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‘Mayor Of Kingstown’: Aidan Gillen, Hamish Allan-Headley, Nishi Munshi, Michael Beach, Mandela Van Peebles Among 12 Cast In Taylor Sheridan’s Series For Paramount+

Game of Thrones alum Aidan Gillen and Hamish Allan-Headley (Thinly Veiled) are set as series regulars opposite Jeremy Renner in Mayor of Kingstown, Taylor Sheridan’s upcoming series for Paramount+. Also set for recurring roles are James Jordan (Destroyer), Nishi Munshi (Lethal Weapon), Nichole Galicia (Defiance), Andrew Howard (Perry Mason), Michael Beach (Truth Be Told), Necar Zadegan (NCIS: New Orleans), Jason Kelley, Mandela Van Peebles (Salt N Pepa), Rob Kirkland (Criminal Minds) and Natasha Marc (The Good Lord Bird) in the series from MTV Entertainment Studios. Production is underway in Toronto. Co-created by Sheridan and Dillon, Mayor of Kingstown follows the McLusky...
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'Sons of Anarchy Alum Michael Beach Reacts to One of His Early Movies Now Streaming

Former Sons of Anarchy actor Michael Beach had fun watching one of his old films while stuck in quarantine in Toronto last month. Beach, 57, was bored when he came across The Hit List, a 1993 crime drama he made that stars Lost actor Jeff Fahey and Kick-Ass star Yancey Butler. He was "not good" in the movie, Beach admitted with a laugh.
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Premiere: Michael Beach Shares New Video For “Metaphysical Dice”

Australian-based singer/songwriter Michael Beach returned last month with his fourth solo album, Dream Violence, crafting heady ramshackle indie rock with intimate tones from Bruce Springsteen, Neil Young, and The Velvet Underground. The record, recorded on two continents, chronicles Beach’s move from Oakland, California to Melbourne, Australia. Partially recorded in 2019 in Oakland and partially in Beach’s new Melbourne home, the record finds Beach in limbo and its own sonic landscapes are similarly shifting, creating a sound that lands between meticulous craftsmanship and a hazy reverie. Now Beach has shared his latest video for the album track “Metaphysical Dice,” premiering with Under the Radar.
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