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  • Also in 2010, Elvis Costello appeared as himself in David Simon's television series, Treme.Elvis Costello-Wikipedia
  • Goodman also featured in Treme, a drama series focusing on a group of interconnected people trying to rebuild their lives in post–Hurricane Katrina New Orleans.John Goodman-Wikipedia
  • In 2010–2011, Earle appeared in seasons 1 and 2 of the HBO show Treme as Harley Wyatt, a talented street musician who mentors another character.Steve Earle-Wikipedia
  • In October 2012, Domino was featured in season three of the television series Treme, playing himself.Fats Domino-Wikipedia
  • Hiatt appeared as a performer in The House of Blues in the sixth episode of the second season of Treme, with the episode title taken from his song Feels Like Rain.John Hiatt-Wikipedia
  • Most recently, Carter appeared as himself in an episode of the HBO series Treme entitled "What Is New Orleans" and his authorized biography, Ron Carter: Finding the Right Notes, (ISBN: 978-0989982511) by Dan Ouellette, was published by ArtistShare in 2008.Ron Carter-Wikipedia
  • He has also worked regularly in television, including the recurring role of Davis McAlary on HBO's Treme (2010 to 2013).Steve Zahn-Wikipedia
  • From 2010 to 2013, he portrayed Terry Colson, an honest police officer in a corrupt New Orleans police department, on the HBO series Treme.David Morse-Wikipedia
  • He was a consultant and writer for the television series Treme.Anthony Bourdain-Wikipedia
  • Zahn has also worked regularly in television, playing the role of Davis McClary on 36 episodes of HBO's Treme.Steve Zahn-Wikipedia
  • In 2010, he guest starred in two episodes of the HBO drama series Treme, as Lt. Terry Colson of the New Orleans Police Department.David Morse-Wikipedia
  • Simon also created the HBO series Treme with Eric Overmyer, which aired for four seasons.David Simon-Wikipedia
  • Between 2010 and 2013, Andrews appeared in seven episodes of the HBO series Treme.Trombone Shorty-Wikipedia
  • Robbins directed two episodes of the HBO series Treme.Tim Robbins-Wikipedia
  • Simon collaborated with Eric Overmyer again on Treme, a project about musicians in post-Katrina New Orleans.David Simon-Wikipedia
  • On June 20, 2010, he appeared and sang in the season 1 finale of the HBO series Treme.Lloyd Price-Wikipedia
  • She was also featured in 14 episodes of the HBO series Treme as Aunt Mimi.Elizabeth Ashley-Wikipedia
  • In 2012 Lagasse appeared as himself on an episode of the HBO drama series Treme.Emeril Lagasse-Wikipedia
  • For more than a decade, The Times-Picayune was also the newspaper home of Lolis Eric Elie who wrote a thrice weekly metro column, before he went on to write for television, most notably HBO's Treme and AMC's Hell on Wheels.The Times-Picayune/The New Orleans Advocate-Wikipedia
  • From 2010 to 2011, she appeared in the HBO drama series Treme.Danai Gurira-Wikipedia
  • For the second season, Luckett was cast in the HBO drama series Treme.LeToya Luckett-Wikipedia
  • For television, Dickerson has directed several episodes of acclaimed shows such as Once Upon a Time, Dexter, The Walking Dead and Treme.Ernest Dickerson-Wikipedia
  • On television, Goodman has had regular roles on Amazon Studios's Alpha House and on the first season of HBO's Treme and has been a frequent host of Saturday Night Live, as well as playing guest roles on series such as Community.John Goodman-Wikipedia
  • Peters also stars in Simon's HBO series Treme, in the role of Mardi Gras Indian chief Albert Lambreaux.Clarke Peters-Wikipedia
  • She was the star of the movie Preacher's Kid. She's part of the cast of the feature films Killers and From the Rough and had a recurring role on the second season of the HBO TV series Treme, and on the third season of the VH1 TV series Single Ladies.LeToya Luckett-Wikipedia
  • His television roles include Ian Ware on Fame, Marvin Frey on Treme, State's Attorney James Castro on The Good Wife, Ramses IV on The Tick, Lazlo Valentin/Professor Pyg on Gotham, and September/The Observer on Fringe.Michael Cerveris-Wikipedia
  • He worked on the HBO dramas The Wire and Treme.Wendell Pierce-Wikipedia
  • He would later work with David Simon again, directing several episodes of the New-Orleans based drama Treme, including the season 2 finale "Do Watcha Wanna", which won Dickerson a NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Directing in a Dramatic Series.Ernest Dickerson-Wikipedia
  • Peter Clarke (born April 7, 1952), known professionally as Clarke Peters, is an American actor, singer, writer and director, best known for his roles as detective Lester Freamon and Albert "Big Chief" Lambreaux on the David Simon HBO dramas The Wire and Treme, respectively.Clarke Peters-Wikipedia
  • He is known for his roles in HBO dramas such as Detective Bunk Moreland in The Wire and trombonist Antoine Batiste in Treme, as well as portraying James Greer in Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, as high-powered attorney Robert Zane in Suits, and as Michael Davenport in Waiting to Exhale.Wendell Pierce-Wikipedia

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