Two more faces are headed to "White Collar" for the show's fourth season.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, "House" alum Michael Weston is headed to the police procedural for an upcoming episode. In "Diminishing Returns," Weston will play David Cook, a criminal mastermind who Peter (Tim DeKay) has been attempting to put in prison since joining the FBI.
After being spotted in an onset lip-lock with star Matt Bomer -- who plays Neal Caffrey -- "Smallville" vet Laura Vandervoort has officially been cast in the drama, according to TVLine. However, the only detail on Vandervoort's role thus far is that she will play a New York City socialite set to receive a life insurance policy when her wealthy husband dies.
Season 4 of "White Collar" premieres on Tuesday, July 10 on USA.
In other casting news...
Amy Acker will play a psychologist on the season finale of "Person Of Interest." The "Angel" and "Alias" actress has landed a guest-starring role on the CBS series as a therapist taking care of the rich and famous. [TV Guide]
Dan Futterman and Roger Bart have joined the "Political Animals" cast. Futterman will play Alex Davies, the bureau chief of The Washington Journal, while Bart will portray Barry Harris, President Garcetti's chief of staff in the star-studded USA drama. [TV Guide]
Gregg Henry is headed to ABC Family's "Bunheads." Alongside former "Gilmore Girls" co-star Emily Bishop, Henry will play Rico, a 50-something surfer who owns a local restaurant in the dance drama. [TVLine]
Mike Massimino is set to appear on "The Big Bang Theory" finale. The real-life astronaut is on his way back to the CBS comedy to see Wolowitz (Simon Helberg)'s shuttle off to space. [TV Guide]