While the first season of "Sleepy Hollow" was held together brilliantly by the electric chemistry between its leads, Tom Mison and Nicole Beharie, a true ensemble formed by season's end. Two of the most important pieces of that puzzle were recurring players John Noble and Lyndie Greenwood. To reward them -- and the fans -- both actors have been upgraded to series regulars for the show's second season, as reported by Deadline. "Sleepy Hollow" had a 13-episode premiere season on Fox, which has already wrapped. It returns to the network in fall 2014.
Greenwood portrays Jenny Mills, Abbie's tormented-but-brave sister, while Noble's story proves a little more complicated. As a Sin Eater named Henry Parrish, he originally helped Ichabod and Abbie. In the season finale, though, he was revealed to actually be Jeremy Crane, son to Ichabod and Katrina. Even worse, he's also the embodiment of the Second of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: War.
This marks Noble's first series regular role on network television since the end of "Fringe" on Fox. Greenwood's last significant role has also come to an end; she had a recurring role on The CW's "Nikita."