Matt Lanter Books Guest Role On 'CSI: Cyber' – TVWise

Matt Lanter is set for a run in with the FBI.
The former 90210 star has booked a guest starring role on the second season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation spin-off CSI Cyber, which counts Patricia Arquette and Ted Danson amongst its cast members.
Per TV Line, Lanter will play an “attractive hacker” and really intriguing guy, who lives his life through the Internet and builds relationships with the people whose lives he hacks into. He hacks into people’s lives, then they become part of his life.
Lanter, who got his big-break on the short-lived Geena Davis political drama Commander In Chief, has been keeping bust since 90210 wrapped its run. He played one of the co-leads in The CW’s short-lived sci-fi series Star-Crossed and most recently recurred on ABC’s The Astronaut Wives Club.
This guest role on Cyber brings Lanter back to the CSI family. Back in 2007, he guest starred on an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation during the show’s seventh season as Ryan Lansco, a high school basketball star who disappears without a trace and is soon found to have been murdered. Lanter is represented by UTA, Emerald Talent Group, and Stone, Meyer, Genow, Smelkinson and Binder.