Everyone recovers from a punishing blizzard in their own way. While most local officials remain focused on their jurisdictions’ snow-removal operations, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe spent part of Monday on the Richmond set of the television series Turn: Washington’s Spies, filming a guest appearance for the upcoming third season of the AMC drama about Revolutionary War espionage.
McAuliffe, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports, will appear as Robert Lawson, a brigadier general in the Virginia militia, and will even get a line of dialogue. In photos shared by his office, McAuliffe can be seen in full costume, including a wig, breeches, and a tricorne hat.
Lawson hailed from Prince Edward County and shot up the ranks during Thomas Jefferson’s governorship. He later served as the commonwealth’s deputy attorney general before moving to Kentucky.
The governor’s guest spot will be in the season’s seventh episode, which is scheduled to air on June 6.