Nick Zano to Join “Minority Report”
The precognitive Dash, portrayed by actor Stark Sands, is no longer without his twin. In an exclusive report, that they have just found and cast Dash’s twin brother in the person of actor Nick Zano. Read on to learn more about Nick Zano’s role in the small screen adaptation of Steven Spielberg’s “Minority Report” on FOX.
According to an exclusive report on Deadline, “Minority Report” has finally found the long lost precognitive twin, Arthur, to Stark Sands’ Dash, in Zano.
Dash, who will be portrayed by Stark Sands, is one of three precognitives that were used ten years ago that the “pre-crime” division in the police force. He used them in order to stop crimes from happening before they actually happen. However, in the series, Dash ends up reaching out and enlists the help of Detective Lara Vega (Meagan Good). It was after getting increasingly frustrated at the fact that he has visions of murders before they could happen, but is powerless to stop it, as he only gets fragmented visions. Later on, he explains to Lara that while he had the power to see the crimes that would be committed in the future, his twin brother saw the names of the future victims, making them stronger, and making them the perfect team. However, this time around, Arthur is around, as the two had drifted apart from each other.
According to the article, unlike his fraternal twin, Zano’s character is a little more shrewd, calculating and self-serving. He has made use of his own gift in order to amass wealth and power, in the hopes of building himself an empire.
Nick Zano has appeared in other television projects such as “One Big Happy,” “2 Broke Girls” and “90210.”
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Catch “Minority Report” when it premieres this fall on FOX on Monday, Sept. 21, 2015 at 9:00 p.m.
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