The Mob is invading Gotham.
Fox’s upcoming Batman prequel series has tapped Dexter alum David Zayas to recur as crime boss Salvatore Maroni, our sister site Deadline reports.
In the Batman mythology, Maroni — who was played by Eric Roberts in The Dark Knight — is one of the city’s most dangerous gangsters and among the caped crusader’s first enemies. He is also infamous as the man responsible for disfiguring DA Harvey Dent, leading him to transform into Two-Face.
In Gotham (debuting Sept. 22), Maroni is striving to gain more territory, putting him on a crash course with rival Falcone (played by John Doman) for control of the city.
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