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Defiance: Lindsay Lohan's Liz & Dick Costar Teases Possible Cameo: "We're Already in Talks!"

Grant Bowler, Lindsay Lohan, Liz & Dick Jack Zeman/Lifetime

From playing Richard Burton to Lindsay Lohan's Elizabeth Taylor to taking on the role of an alien fighter turned law-keeper, it's all in day's work for Grant Bowler!

The Liz & Dick star's highly anticipated new Syfy series, Defiance, which is the first TV show to ever launch simultaneously with a video game, debuts Monday, April 15, and we sat down with the charming Australian actor to discuss the new show (and, of course, Lohan).

"[David] Letterman has already done it for me, which is good," Bowler jokes about questions regarding his soon-to-be-in-rehab former costar. But would he be willing to work with her again on Defiance?!

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Set in the year 2046, Defiance centers on a town of the same name more than 30 years after a war between humans and aliens left Earth forever changed. Bowler plays Jeb Nolan, a former marine who lost his family due to the war and is now the lawmaker in the bustling frontier boomtown of Defiance. In other words, Nolan is a far, far cry from Burton.

"Well, the funny thing was, I shot the pilot to Defiance, and then literally flew to LA, started preproduction on Liz & Dick; shot Liz & Dick night and day, as we all know," Bowler explains of the transition between his two most high-profile projects. "Then [I] bailed after the last day of Liz & Dick, flew right back up here and started the series. So Defiance and Liz & Dick are always going to be enmeshed together in my mind."

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We wondered if they could potentially mesh together even more for Bowler, and asked if he'd like to see Lohan make a guest appearance on Defiance should it be picked up for a second season. "We're in talks already!" he jokes.

Defiance premieres Monday, April 15, at 9 p.m. on Syfy.

(E! and Syfy are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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