Wes Bentley has signed on to play the part of Evan Foster in Glee creator, Ryan Murphy’s new show Open.
The show, which will air on HBO, revolves around five different people - a couple in their thirty’s, the husband’s male coworker, and a female yoga instructor.
Bentley’s character, Evan Foster, is a good-looking but arrogant guy who has his own theories about human sexuality, according to Deadline.
Since his breakout role in 1999′s American Beauty, Bentley has worked mainly on film. His only other TV work being the 2010 HBO pilot Tilda, which was not picked up. Most recently, he appeared as gamemaker Seneca Crane in The Hunger Games movie.
The new series was co-penned by Lauren Gussis who was the co-executive producer of Dexter.