Christopher J. Hanke Set for Recurring Role on BIG LOVE

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BroadwayWorld.com has learned that Christopher J. Hanke will be recurring in this next season of BIG LOVE. He is also set to guest star in an upcoming episode of BROTHERS AND SISTERS. Last year Christopher starred in CBS series THREE RIVERS. Previous to that, he was part of the critically acclaimed casts of HAIR and CRY-BABY on Broadway.

Playing a 'by-the-book Mormon' intern in the State Senate, Hanke says "To be a part of a show that I've been obsessed with, is the coolest thing for me as an actor.....I'm like, there's Bill Paxton, look, there's Jeanne Tripplehorn, wait-- I'm actually acting with them!"

Hanke's previous theatre appearances have included the national tour of THE FULL MONTY, FAME on 42nd Street, IN MY LIFE, RENT, CRY-BABY and HAIR.

From creators Mark V. Olsen and Will Scheffer comes BIG LOVE, the story of a man, Bill Henrickson, living in Salt Lake City with his three wives, three houses, and three families. As if normal family life isn't enough trouble, Bill Henrickson (Bill Paxton, Twister, Thunderbirds) has everything in triple: three wives, three houses, three families. Bill's first and only legal wife is Barb (Jeanne Tripplehorn, Word of Honor) but he also shares the bedroom with middle wife Nicki (Chloe Sevigny, Boys Don't Cry, Dogville) and youngest wife Margene (Ginnifer Goodwin, Ed, Mona Lisa Smile). Bill also has three new adjoining houses, seven kids, and a booming hardware business. His closest friend and business partner at Home Plus, Don Embry (Joel McKinnon Miller), is also a polygamist. The series kicks in as Bill receives troublesome news about his father Frank.

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