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It's deja vu for Futterman as 'Amy' brother

25 June 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The stage is set for the return of the prodigal brother on CBS' Judging Amy in the fall. Dan Futterman, who left the family/legal drama after the second season, will return in the fall as a regular, reprising his role as Vincent, the younger brother of Amy Gray (Amy Brenneman). Futterman left the 20th Century Fox TV/CBS Prods. series in 2001, citing personal reasons, as he moved back to his native New York to raise his baby daughter (HR 10/8/01). Kevin Rahm, who joined the show in fall 2001 to fill the void left by Futterman and has played Gray's troubled cousin Kyle McCarthy as a regular for the past three seasons, is expected to appear in multiple episodes next season. Judging Amy, which centers on three generations of women (Brenneman, Tyne Daly, Karle Warren) living together in Hartford, Conn., returns in the fall for its sixth season. Futterman, most recently seen on the big screen in Enough, is repped by the Gersh Agency. »

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