Gotham baddie Anthony Carrigan has been signed by ICM Partners
This is a huge move for the actor who shot to fame with the portrayal of Victor Zsasz, from Fox's television series 'Gotham'
Actor Anthony Carrigan has been signed on by ICM partners, the same guys who have represented shows like 'Grey’s Anatomy', 'Dancing with the Stars', 'Modern Family', 'The Big Bang Theory' and 'Criminal Minds' amongst others.
In the UK however, his representation has no changes, he is still repped by Schlegel Entertainment and United Agents.
This is a huge move for the actor who shot to fame with the portrayal of Victor Zsasz, from Fox's television series 'Gotham'.
My nomination for most underrated great villain performance in current TV - Anthony Carrigan as Mr Szasz on Gotham. pic.twitter.com/HxPsHUQBQ5— Kim Newman (@AnnoDracula) April 30, 2018
His portrayal of the insane, sadistic serial killer was right on point. Victor, a rich man who loses his money to gambling, turns to murder to give his life a mission. He is a supervillain who carves a tally mark onto his own skin each time he makes a kill. He is a recurring enemy of Batman in the comic story arcs.
He is also remembered for his portrayal of Tyler Davies in 'The Forgotten'. The film, released in 2004, was a psychological horror film. It revolves around a woman named Telly, who think she's lost her son in a plane crash 14 months ago. The grieving mother is told one day that she never had a son - it was just a figment of her imagination. She doesn't believe her psychiatrist and husband and decides to go on to find the truth.
Another one of his memorable roles is that of the Chechen mobster NoHo Hank in the HBO show 'Barry'. In the show created by Alec Berg and Hader, Carrigan plays NoHo Hank, a thug who is really good at being a monster but he also has a big heart. He plays the wolf in sheep's clothing really well - he texts emojis on iMessage while torturing people. His portrayal of Hank in the dark comedy series is much loved. HBO has also renewed this series for a second season earlier this year.