General Hospital's Jon Lindstrom is already pulling double duty as Port Charles twins Kevin Collins and Ryan Chamberlain, and now he's adding yet another role to his roster. The actor is excited to announce that he has joined the cast of Bosch in the recurring role of Lance Cronyn.
Lindstrom has been having fun with fans on social media for a couple weeks, teasing that he'd landed a new role. He had to keep mum on the details but is now able to spill the beans about his new opportunity.
"I get to play a great character on one of my favorite shows!" he enthuses in an Instagram post along with a photo of the series' creator Michael Connelly.
Bosch is based on characters and storylines from Connelly's novels and stars Titus Welliver as Los Angeles Police detective Harry Bosch. In the books, Lindstrom's character, Lance Cronyn, is a former district attorney who now practices privately. Cronyn is known for doing whatever it takes -- even if it's somewhat shady -- to get the verdict he's after. At this time, it's unclear how closely the writers will follow the books in the creation of the screen version of Lance Cronyn, so fans will just have to tune in to the series to find out!
Watch for the season five premiere of Amazon's Bosch sometime in 2019.
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