Kathleen Turner joins HBO's Watergate series White House Plumbers
The show is created and written by Gregory and Huyck and directed by Mandel
Kathleen Turner has been roped in to play a pivotal part in HBO's Watergate series The White House Plumbers.
She joins the likes of Domnhall Gleeson, Woody Harrelson, Justin Theroux and Lena Headey, actors who were already announced to be part of the project.
The White House Plumbers tells the true story of E Howard Hunt (Harrelson ) and G Gordon Liddy (Theroux), Richard Nixon's own Watergate schemers, who unintentionally crumbled the presidency they were so desperately trying to preserve.
The limited series, a co-production between HBO and wiip productions is based on public records and Egil and Matthew Krogh's book Integrity.
Turner is expected to play foul-mouthed lobbyist Dita Beard, who works for an ITT corporation involved in some dirty deals with the Nixon Administration.
The show is created and written by Gregory and Huyck and directed by Mandel.
Harrelson and Theroux will also executive produce alongside Fleischer and Bernad .