Andie MacDowell joins the cast of Fox’s new drama ‘Lone Star’

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Actress Andie MacDowell signed on the dotted line Friday to join Fox’s new series ‘Lone Star’ in a recurring and intriguing role.

A soap set against the backdrop of Texas oil, ‘Lone Star’ centers on a young con artist (James Wolk) who has constructed two different lives in two parts of Texas. In Houston, he is married to the daughter (Adrianne Palicki) of a wealthy oil tycoon (Jon Voight). In Midland, he lives with his girlfriend (Eloise Mumford) while he defrauds investors of their savings.

MacDowell plays Alex, a 40ish-to-50-ish art appraiser with an unpredictable streak who catches the eye of Clint Thatcher, Voight’s character. In reality, she will prove to be more dangerous than anyone realizes.

--Maria Elena Fernandez

Photo: Andie MacDowell. Credit: Getty Images


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