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‘Hacks’ Season 3 Casts ‘Succession’ Alum J. Smith-Cameron (EXCLUSIVE)

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J. Smith-Cameron will appear in “Hacks” Season 3 in a recurring guest star role, Variety has learned exclusively.

Smith-Cameron’s character is being kept under wraps. She will appear in the third season of the Max series alongside stars Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder as well as cast members Paul W. Downs, Megan Stalter, Carl Clemons-Hopkins, Kaitlin Olson, Christopher McDonald, Mark Indelicato, Rose Abdoo, and Lorenza Izzo. Previously announced guest stars include Helen Hunt, Christina Hendricks, Christopher Lloyd, Dan Bucatinsky, George Wallace, Tony Goldwyn, and Aristotle Athari.

Smith-Cameron is best known for her role in the HBO series “Succession,” for which she earned multiple Emmy and Golden Globe nominations. Her other TV credits include “Rectify,” “True Blood,” “Divorce,” and “Waco: The Aftermath.” In film, she has starred in features such as “The Year Between,” “Vengeance,” “Christine,” and “Nancy.” Smith-Cameron is also a Tony and Drama Desk Award nominee for her work on the stage, including productions like “Our Country’s Good,” “As Bees In Honey Drown,” and “Sarah, Sarah.”

She is repped by Principal Entertainment, Gersh, Schreck Rose, and ID PR.

“Hacks” Season 3 will consist of nine episodes total, with the first two episodes dropping on Max on May 2 followed by two new episodes each week until the finale on May 30.

Downs, Aniello, and Statsky serve as co-creators, co-showrunners, and executive producers. Downs and Aniello executive produce via their company Paulilu, which is currently under an overall deal at Warner Bros. Television. Statsky executive produces under her First Thought Productions. Michael Schur of Fremulon also executive produces along with David Miner for 3 Arts Entertainment and Morgan Sackett. Universal Television produces.