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LINCOLN Lewis is the latest Australian actor to have trumps at pilot season in Hollywood, landing a role alongside former Flashdance star Jennifer Beals in ABC pilot Venice.

Lewis will play Shealy Carver, the son of Lisa Carver (Jennifer Beals) in Venice, pitched as a ‘Romeo & Juliet-esque’ style drama about the have-nots of California’s most seductive city, Venice.

The show is centred on two rival families, the Nances and the Carvers, and a forbidden and dangerous romance emerging between them as the families battle for control of Venice.

Lewis’ Shealy is bitterly upset that his brother Chris jeopardised the family by spending six years in prison, and is stewing with poorly suppressed anger when Chris is welcomed home with open arms.

“It’s a brilliant character. He’s dark and he’s bitter, and there are a lot of layers,” an excited Lewis said from LA yesterday, hours after finding out he had scored the role.


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Lincoln Lewis: 'Westside' Filming in Venice Beach

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Lincoln Lewis hangs next to a skateboard as he films the ABC pilot Westside on Tuesday afternoon (March 19) in Venice Beach, Calif.

The 25-year-old Australian actor plays Shealy Carver, a character who is upset that his brother jeopardized the family by spending six years in jail and is welcomed home with open arms.

“1st day shooting #WESTSIDE finished! Such an amazing team, every1 so incredibly passionate & enthusiastic! Im very lucky to be part of this,” Lincoln tweeted.

The show revolves around the haves and have-nots of Venice and focuses on two rival families in a twist on the classic Romeo and Juliet.

Read more: http://www.justjaredjr.com/2013/03/21/lincoln-lewis-westside-filming-in-venice-beach/#ixzz2OAO27fRc

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