'Orphan Black' Season 5 Spoilers: One Clone Club Fan Can Have A Walk-On Role In Series

Orphan Black Cast and Execs
(Photo : Getty Images/Jemal Countess) The cast and execs of "Orphan Black" recently attended the 2016 SDCC.

"Orphan Black" season 5 may be the last installment for the hit BBC America series, but this is also the first time a fan could have a walk-on role in the show.

While at the 2016 San Diego Comic Con, "Orphan Black" lead star Tatiana Maslany herself announced that there will be a contest in the next couple of months.

The winner of the contest will have the opportunity to appear in one scene in the upcoming episodes.

"This season, season 5, there is a contest that will take place... and the winner of this contest, one of the Clone Club, will have a walk-on role in one episode this season 5," she said.


Meanwhile, Maslany and her co-stars were asked to do on-the-spot impersonation of some of the characters in the TV series.

The first role was given to Maslany, and she had to impersonate Sarah giving Art directions to the nearest Walmart.

"Oh, listen. It's bloody simple. Look, you got to go down the street; it's on to the left. There's like three of them on the corner then two more across the street," Maslany said with Sarah's accent.

"Sorry, I miss Beth," Kevin Hanchard replied. In the series, Hanchard's Art worked with Beth for a long time before teaming up with her clone Sarah.

The next scenario was once again given to Maslany, and she was asked to impersonate Helena ordering at T.G.I.F.

"If you do not watch your back you will be appetizer..." she said.

When Alexis actress (Kathryn Alexandre) asked Maslany to speak louder, the lead star said, "Look, I will speak up and cut your tongue out and put in my mouth so I can speak louder."

"Orphan Black" season 5 will premiere on BBC America in April.

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