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Nagra just what 'ER' docs ordered

28 April 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Parminder Nagra, the star of Fox Searchlight's Bend It Like Beckham, is set to join the cast of NBC's marquee drama ER next season as a regular, playing a medical student. Sources said Nagra's deal with the series' producers, John Wells Prods. and Warner Bros. TV, is for next season, the show's last under its current pact with NBC, with an option for three more years. Nagra, a British actress of Indian decent, has become known to American audiences with the current release Beckham, a British comedy set in the world of women's amateur soccer that is distributed by Fox Searchlight. Her other credits include ITV's series A&E and the upcoming Miramax feature Ella Enchanted. Nagra is repped by agent Amanda Scott of London's Artists Rights Group and attorney Jeanne Newman. »

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Soccer Girl Heads Off to 'E.R.'

28 April 2003 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

The star of hit Brit flick Bend It Like Beckham has landed a role in hit TV drama ER. Parminder Nagra famously rejected an arranged marriage to pursue a career in acting - and now with the backing of Gangs Of New York producer Harvey Weinstein she could strike gold in the Hollywood hills. Pretty Parminder, 27, who has just finished filming Ella Enchanted, says, "I want to break the glass ceiling. There's more to second-generation Asians than cultural conflict. I'm delighted. I've always loved the program and will be going out to shoot the next series in August." »

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Dis Startz struck over thriller pitch

17 April 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The Walt Disney Co. has picked up an untitled romantic thriller pitch from Tuck Everlasting producer Jane Startz and writer Katherine Reback. The script will center on a pampered New York socialite whose husband mysteriously disappears, leaving her and her young daughter destitute. The socialite must then not only learn to survive on her own, but when her life and the life of her daughter are threatened, she is forced to rely on her wits and draw on her dormant strengths to solve the mystery and save the lives of her child and herself. Startz will produce along with Jane Startz Prods. vp Gillian Mackenzie. Disney production execs Karen Glass and Jill Morris will oversee for the studio. Startz, whose production credits include such films as Tuck, The Mighty and The Indian in the Cupboard, is in production on Ella Enchanted, which stars Anne Hathaway and is slated for an August release. Reback, repped by WMA and Armstrong Hirsch Jackoway, wrote the Columbia Pictures comedy Fools Rush In. »

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