Oscar winner F. Murray Abraham cast in The White Lotus season two along with Adam DiMarco, Tom Hollander, and Haley Lu Richardson

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Mythic Quest star F. Murray Abraham has been cast in the second season of the hit HBO series The White Lotus, which is rumored to be set in Italy rather than Hawaii.

The Syrian-American 82-year-old has signed on to play Bert Di Grasso, an elderly man traveling with his son and grandson.

Abraham famously won the Oscar for best actor in 1985 for his heartbreaking performance as envious composer Antonio Salieri in the late, great Miloš Forman's film Amadeus.  

Europe bound! Mythic Quest star F. Murray Abraham has been cast in the second season of the hit HBO series The White Lotus, which is rumored to be set in Italy rather than Hawaii (pictured in 2020)

All aboard! The Syrian-American 82-year-old has signed on to play Bert Di Grasso, an elderly man traveling with his son and grandson

The Order alum Adam DiMarco will portray Bert Di Grasso's recent college grad grandson, Albie, traveling with him.

The King's Man star Tom Hollander will take on the role of Quentin, an English expat vacationing with his friends and his nephew.

Unpregnant actress Haley Lu Richardson was cast as Portia, a young woman who is traveling with her boss. 

Classic: Abraham famously won the Oscar for best actor in 1985 for his heartbreaking performance as envious composer Antonio Salieri in Miloš Forman's film Amadeus

New to the cast! The Order alum Adam DiMarco will portray Bert Di Grasso's recent college grad grandson, Albie, traveling with him (pictured in 2019)

Englishman: The King's Man star Tom Hollander will take on the role of Quentin, an English expat vacationing with his friends and his nephew (pictured December 6)

Starlet: Unpregnant actress Haley Lu Richardson was cast as Portia, a young woman who is traveling with her boss (pictured in 2020)

The growing ensemble joins Best Sellers star Aubrey Plaza, who was cast last week as Harper Spiller, a woman on vacation with her husband and friends.

When Michael Imperioli was cast as Dominic Di Grasso, Albie’s father and Bert's son on January 5, he gushed: 'Very excited to be joining Mike White and team!'

Interestingly, the 55-year-old Sopranos alum tagged Jennifer Coolidge in his Instagram post as she is rumored to be reprising her scene-stealing role as Tanya McQuoid in season two.      

Deadpan diva! The growing ensemble joins Best Sellers star Aubrey Plaza, who was cast last week as Harper Spiller, a woman on vacation with her husband and friends (pictured in 2019) 

When Michael Imperioli was cast as Dominic Di Grasso, Albie’s father and Bert's son on January 5, he gushed: 'Very excited to be joining Mike White and team!'

Confirmed? Interestingly, the 55-year-old Sopranos alum tagged Jennifer Coolidge in his Instagram post as she is rumored to be reprising her scene-stealing role as Tanya McQuoid in season two

Who will win? The 60-year-old funnywoman and Murray Bartlett are nominated for best female actor and male actor in a TV movie/limited series at the 28th Screen Actors Guild Awards, which air February 27 on TNT/TBS

The 60-year-old funnywoman and Murray Bartlett are nominated for best female actor and male actor in a TV movie/limited series at the 28th Screen Actors Guild Awards, which air February 27 on TNT/TBS.

Two-time Independent Spirit Award winner Mike White will be back as executive producer, writer, and director for the satirical dramedy series he created.

The six-episode first season received a 'certified fresh' 89% critic approval rating (out of 90 reviews) and 77% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.

At the helm! Two-time Independent Spirit Award winner Mike White will be back as executive producer, writer, and director for the satirical dramedy series he created (pictured July 7)

Acclaim: The six-episode first season received a 'certified fresh' 89% critic approval rating (out of 90 reviews) and 77% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes

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