Grant BowlerTV star Grant Bowler is headed to the big screen in two major roles.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the former 'Ugly Betty' co-star will join Jason Statham, Clive Owen and Oscar winner Robert De Niro in Gary McKendry's 'The Killer Elite,' about a British vigilante group tasked to eliminate a group of contract killers.

Brant will reportedly play one of their targets, an SAS officer and war hero.

Meanwhile, Bowler will also appear in 'The City of Gardens,' a new indie drama about a California surfer who in 1980 escapes from a Peruvian jail after he's framed. Bowler will play one of the prisoners, a schizophrenic named, of all things, Jesus Christ. img hspace="4" border="1" align="right" vspace="4" src="http://www.blogcdn.com/blog.moviefone.com/media/2010/05/grantbowler2.jpg" id="vimage_3012655" alt="Grant Bowler" />TV star Grant Bowler is headed to the big screen in two major roles.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, the former 'Ugly Betty' co-star will join Jason Statham, Clive Owen and Oscar winner Robert De Niro in Gary McKendry's 'The Killer Elite,' about a British vigilante group tasked to eliminate a group of contract killers.

Brant will reportedly play one of their targets, an SAS officer and war hero.

Meanwhile, Bowler will also appear in 'The City of Gardens,' a new indie drama about a California surfer who in 1980 escapes from a Peruvian jail after he's framed. Bowler will play one of the prisoners, a schizophrenic named, of all things, Jesus Christ.

But while today's news should keep Bowler busy on the big screen, TV fans shouldn't worry too much: Bowler is also slated to appear on 'True Blood' season 3, which returns June 13.

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