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‘The Recruit’ Cast: Who Plays Who in the New Netflix Thriller?

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The Recruit is a new spy-adventure series that will arrive on Netflix on December 16th, 2022. The cast includes Noah Centineo, Fivel Stewart, Laura Haddock, and more. Centineo plays the role of a rookie CIA lawyer who finds his life turned upside down when he needs to investigate a former CIA asset who demands clearance at the threat of exposing dangerous agency secrets.

The Recruit cast

Laura Haddock accompany Centineo on screen. She played the role of Meredith Quill in the Guardians of the Galaxy films and starred in the Spanish Netflix thriller, White Lines.

Viewers might recognize

Superstore alum Colton Dunn as Owen’s co-worker Lester,
The Big Bang Theory star Aarti Mann as Owen’s other co-worker/Lester’s close friend Violet,
Atypical actress Fivel Stewart as Owen’s ex-flame/roommate Hannah.

The list of the cast members is mentioned below:

Noah Centineo as rookie CIA lawyer Owen Hendricks
Laura Haddock as former asset Max Meladze
Aarti Mann as Owen’s work rival Violet
Colton Dunn as Owen’s office frenemy Lester
Kristian Bruun as Owen’s co-worker Janus Ferber
Daniel Quincy Annoh as Owen’s best friend and roommate, Terence
Fivel Stewart as Owen’s ex-girlfriend, best friend, and roommate, Hannah
Kaylah Zander as Amelia
Vondie Curtis-Hall as Owen’s boss Walter Nyland
Byron Mann as Xander
Angel Parker as Dawn
Linus Roache as Senator Smoot

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