'Boardwalk Empire' Signs Ron Livingston as a Regular

Tim Kenneally
The Wrap
'Boardwalk Empire' Signs Ron Livingston as a Regular

Ron Livingston has found a new gig -- and he won't have to deal with those TPS reports that he had to file back at Initech.

"Office Space" star Livingston has signed on as a regular on HBO's period drama "Boardwalk Empire."

Livingston, who starred in HBO's "Game Change" last year and earlier in the network's miniseries "Band of Brothers," will play a businessman named Roy Philips, who comes to town and captures the fancy of Gillian Darmody (played by Gretchen Mol).

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Livingston also had a run on HBO's "Sex and the City," playing Jack Berger in a 2002-2003 run.

News of Livingston's casting was first reported by Deadline.

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