Lost's Rebecca Mader Stirs Warehouse Mystery

Warehouse 13 Cast Rebecca MaderLost alum Rebecca Mader‘s sci-fi cred groweth further, with a guest-starring role on Warehouse 13.

TVLine has confirmed that the actress – who in addition to her run as nosebleed-prone Charlotte Lewis has appeared on Fringe, Alphas, No Ordinary Family and even popped up in Iron Man 3 — will appear in the Syfy series’ fifth and final, six-episode season.

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Syfy however is not divulging any details on Mader’s one-episode role, while other sources confirm that the nature of it is being closely guarded. Series lead Eddie McClintock shared a (haunting, Fringe memory-evoking) picture of Mader via Twitter.

Mader’s TV credits also include USA Network’s White Collar and Covert Affairs.

Warehouse 13‘s penultimate season finale airs July 8.

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Do you welcome Mader to the Warehouse, which previously has been frequented by one of her besties, Jamie Murray aka H.G.? Any theories on the secrecy surrounding her farewell-season role?

Comments (4)

  • She’s a really good actress and so beautiful.
    I’d love to see more of her, I’m surprised she hasn’t got a regular role on a TV show from pilot season! :(

    Comment by Cherry – June 28, 2013 09:18 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • So, question: since they’ve (foolishly) established that Warehouse shares a universe with dearly-departed Alphas, is it going to be revealed that her Alpha-ability is in fact caused by an artifact?

    Comment by @heather_kaye – June 28, 2013 09:33 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
    • I hope this shared universe marks the return of the amazing Laura Mennell as Nina.

      Comment by Cherry – June 28, 2013 09:41 AM PDT  Reply To This Post
  • She’d be great on Vikings I think.

    Comment by Shaun – June 28, 2013 01:05 PM PDT  Reply To This Post

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