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Jennifer Jason Leigh joins cast of Amazon Nazi thriller ‘Hunters’

Single White Female actress will take on the role of Nazi hunter Chava

Hunters
Hunters

Jennifer Jason Leigh has joined the cast of Amazon Studio’s hit thriller Hunters, which will return for a second series, Deadline reports.

The Single White Female actress will take on the role of Nazi hunter Chava, alongside retuning stars Logan Lerman and Jerrika Hinton in the 1970s-set drama about a vigilante group that embarks on a bloody quest to assassinate former SS officers living in their midst.

Hollywood veteran Al Pacino has not yet been confirmed, however, as returning as chief Nazi hunter Rabbi Meyer Offerman.

Creator David Weil said the series was “a love letter to my grandmother”, having been inspired by stories told to him by his Holocaust survivor relative, Sarah. 

Leigh currently stars in the Netflix dramedy Atypical, with the series’ fourth and final season due to air this year.

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