Exclusive: '24' baddie Clayne Crawford joins Alan Ball's new HBO drama 'Death'

clayne-crawfordImage Credit: Matt Carr/Getty ImagesAll signs point to Clayne Crawford landing a major role in Alan Ball’s HBO drama pilot All Signs of Death.

Based on Charlie Huston’s best-selling crime novel, Death revolves around a slacker-turned-crime scene cleaner (Ben Whishaw) who gets entangled in a murder mystery. Crawford—who recurred as Katee Sackhoff’s psycho stalker on the final season of 24—will play his BFF, a sexy greaser who runs a tattoo parlor. Crawford is currently appearing on A&E’s The Glades.

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  • Gary the No Trash Cougar

    So many things to look forward to on HBO.

  • Joe

    True Blood is truly one of the best shows on tv this season.

  • april

    True Blood, HBO, Alan Ball,

    • ?

      . . . What?

  • mesa

    He was part of one of the worst story arcs in 24 history.

    • Mr. So And So

      I scrolled down here to say the same thing. In the end, he was a baddie to a baddie so doesn’t that make him a goodie?

      • lorna

        Love this guy. He was the best part of Swimfan. Great on Roswell and in AWTR, was wondering where he had disappeared to as I didn’t watch 24.

  • Becca

    I hope Alan Ball concentrates on True Blood. That show is too good! It can’t go to waste!

  • sandy

    wow he looks like a psycho :P

  • Craig

    This guy was really good on 24. And he was just about the ONLY good thing in Smokin’ Aces 2.

  • jd

    Eh, I hope they do it right. The novel was excellent, I could see him playing Web’s (the main character) roommate.

  • Shelley

    Love this show and EuropeLover was good

  • Ref Yers

    HBO! HBO Alan Ball directed pilot “All Signs of Death” needs to get picked up!We are a very large group of HBO fans and huge Alan Ball fans and we are so very disappointed that HBO has passed on the All Signs of Death pilot. We think it is perfectly cast, Alan Ball is a genius, we love HBO and the book it is based on is such a unique premise – showcasing the ‘under belly’ of Los Angeles, and all in all, it should be on the air 2011. We really hope you will have a change of heart about picking up this series. It is going to be a hit. Please take the risk. Make it happen!

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