Tony Award winner Ali Stroker and Queen of the South's Veronica Falcón will star in reoccurring roles in season four which is the final season of Netflix's Ozark.
Ozark, starring and executive produced by Jason Bateman, first aired in 2017 and has previously racked up 32 Emmy nominations. The show follows the storyline of the Byrde family, a "typical" family from the suburbs of Chicago who move to the Missouri Ozarks, only to get caught up in a money-laundering scheme that goes wrong.
Falcón will recur in her role as Camila Elizonndro, who is the sister of drug cartel leader Omar Navarrro (Felix Solis), whose son Javi Elizonndro (Alfonso Herrara) is plotting to take over his uncle's cartel. According to the Hollywood Reporter, "Camila quietly works behind the scenes to become a formidable player in her family's drug empire."
The Glee Project Stroker will recur as Caries-Ann, an old friend of Ruth's (Julia Garner) mother who gives a hand when Ruth is in need of assistance. Stroker previously made history as the first person in a wheelchair to appear on Broadway in a 2015 revival of Spring Awakening.
A date has not been set yet for the final season of Ozark but is likely to be in 2022. The final season will be released in two parts and consist of 14 episodes in all. "A super sized season means super sized problems for the Byrdes. I'm excited to end with a bang(s)." Bateman said in a statement to Entertainment Weekly.
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