Fall TV Preview

Heroes Reborn Adds Covert Affairs Alumna in Enigmatic Role

Nazneen Contractor Heroes Reborn

Heroes Reborn just got a little more mysterious, thanks to Covert Affairs actress Nazneen Contractor.

She will recur on NBC’s upcoming revival series as Farah, a secretive woman who is “militant, tough and stoic,” our sister site Deadline reports.

Airing Thursdays this fall, Reborn is a continuation of NBC’s superhero drama Heroes, which originally ran for four seasons from 2006 to 2010.

Contractor joins a cast that includes Heroes returnees Greg Grunberg, Jack Coleman, Masi Oka and Jimmy Jean-Louis, as well as new additions Zachary Levi (Chuck), Dylan Bruce (Orphan Black), Robbie Kay (Once Upon a Time) and Ryan Guzman (Pretty Little Liars).

Contractor’s TV credits also include 24 and Revenge, as well as recent guest spots on Scorpion, Castle and Stalker.

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3 Comments
  1. Mr. Tran K says:

    I remember the actress when she was on Season 8 of 24.

  2. m3rcnate says:

    Love her, sexy as all heck.
    .
    Funny how TV is going the same way as movies, ie reboots of franchises with an established fan base (Hawaii 5-0 for example) and continuing franchises that have an established fan base (24 and Heroes and others). They see the numbers (amount of pilot failures and season 1 cancellations) and choose instead to grab at already installed fan-bases with reboots and continuations.

  3. Jo says:

    Cast still needs a few more women, don’t you think?