Michael Mando, who plays Saul on Better Call Saul, will be in Ridley Scott’s “Sinking Spring” series.

Variety reports that “Better Call Saul” actor Michael Mando has agreed to work with “Sinking Spring” star Brian Tyree Henry. Which Peter Craig and Ridley Scott will make.

Michael Mando is best known for playing a criminal named Nacho Varga on AMC’s “Better Call Saul” prequel show. Most recently, the HCA, Saturn, and Gold Derby all nominated him for Best Supporting Actor for the last season of Better Call Saul. As a member of Better Call Saul, he was nominated for two SAG Awards in 2019. And 2021 for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.

In the past, he has played Vic in the TV show Orphan Black, Mac “The Scorpion” Gargan in Spider-Man: Homecoming. And Vaas Montenegro in the video game series Far Cry.

The eight-part Apple series “Sinking Spring” is based on Dennis Tafoya’s book “Dope Thief.” It tells the story of two Philadelphia criminals who have been friends for a long time. And pretend to be DEA agents to rob a house in the country they don’t know the name of.

But their small-time robbery quickly becomes a life-or-death situation. When they accidentally find the most important hidden drug corridor on the East Coast.

The official character description says that Mando will play the co-lead role of Ray’s (Henry). They were both in the Youth Authority at the same time.

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