Skip To Content
We’ve Taken Down the Forward Paywall: An Open Letter to Our ReadersRead Now
The Schmooze

‘Mrs. Maisel’ Season Three Adds ‘Princess Bride’ Actor And Princess Grace’s Granddaughter

Looks like some royal (fictional and real) faces are joining “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” — we hope they’re prepared to eat whitefish and rye bread.

Cary Elwes, the endearing star best known for his roles as Wesley in “The Princess Bride” and Robin Hood in “Robin Hood: Men in Tights,” will be joining the third season of the hit television series, Variety reported over the weekend. It has not been announced what his role will entail or how long he will be featured, but it’s a treat for long-time fans of the actor.

Elwes, 56, also revealed the news on Twitter, earning a response from the television show’s account: “We’ll cheers to that. Mazel tov!”

Broadway actress Stephanie Hsu was also included in the casting announcement — Hsu currently stars in “Be More Chill” on Broadway. Hsu, as well as “This Is Us” actor Sterling K. Brown, who will guest star on season three of the breakout hit, will be the first actors-of-color to play major roles on “Maisel.”

Jazmin Grace Grimaldi, daughter of Prince Albert of Monaco and granddaughter of Princess Grace, may also have some screen time this season, Page Six reported. The granddaughter of actress and former Monaco monarch Grace Kelly didn’t divulge anything about her role, but she told Page Six that she “had a great time” on the set of the series.

She also honored her grandmothers by citing them as inspiration for her recent acting gig in a post on Instagram.

“In light of recent acting work, I couldn’t help but walk down memory lane and draw inspiration from my beautiful grandmothers Grace and Jean! Miss and love you both!”

Could the next season of “Maisel” possibly be more marvelous?

Adrianna Chaviva Freedman is the Social Media Intern for the Forward. You can reach her at [email protected] or on Twitter @ac_freedman


Republish This Story

Please read before republishing

We’re happy to make this story available to republish for free, unless it originated with JTA, Haaretz or another publication (as indicated on the article) and as long as you follow our guidelines. You must credit the Forward, retain our pixel and preserve our canonical link in Google search.  See our full guidelines for more information, and this guide for detail about canonical URLs.

To republish, copy the HTML by clicking on the yellow button to the right; it includes our tracking pixel, all paragraph styles and hyperlinks, the author byline and credit to the Forward. It does not include images; to avoid copyright violations, you must add them manually, following our guidelines. Please email us at [email protected], subject line “republish,” with any questions or to let us know what stories you’re picking up.

We don't support Internet Explorer

Please use Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Edge to view this site.