Andrew Rannells Returning To HBO’s ‘Girls’, Poised To Become Regular In Season 4

NELLIE ANDREEVA
Deadline.com
Andrew Rannells Returning To HBO’s ‘Girls’, Poised To Become Regular In Season 4

EXCLUSIVE: There will be more of Andrew Rannells on Lena Dunham’s HBO comedy series Girls. The Tony-nominated actor is set to reprise his role as Elijah, Hannah’s (Dunham) gay ex-boyfriend on the series’ upcoming third season after appearing in eight episodes of the first two seasons.‎ He is slated to become a regular on the show if it is picked up for a fourth season. Rannells, a Tony nominee for his breakout role in The Book of Mormon, recently starred on the Ali Adler/Ryan Murphy comedy The New Normal on NBC. He is repped by UTA and Mosaic.‎‎

Related: HBO Sets Debut Date ‘Girls’ Season 3

Related stories

BAFTA TV Awards: ‘Girls’ Top International Show; Olivia Colman Scores Two Prizes

‘Girls’, ‘Louie’, ‘Doctor Who’, Lorne Michaels Among Peabody Award Winners

HBO’s ‘Girls’ Down In Season 2 Finale

Get more from Deadline.com: Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Newsletter