Miss Match (2003)
Messing, a season removed from "Smash," will play the title character in the show, and her involvement lifts a cast contingency on the pilot. The former "Will & Grace" star will play a homicide detective with a messy home life, where she's raising twins.
Jeff Rake ("The Tomorrow People," "Miss Match") is writing the pilot, which is based on a Spanish series. Rake will also executive produce with "Tomorrow People" and "Arrow" Ep Greg Berlanti.
Messing is currently starring in "Oustide Mullingar" on Broadway and will film "The Mysteries of Laura" once the play's run ends in mid-March. The pilot will film in New York.
Bell was born in New York City, and attended Saratoga College and Rose Bruford College in London, where she got bit with the acting bug and did several high level theater productions, including “The Seagull” and “Six Degrees of Separation.” She began her professional career in 2002 with the film “Speakeasy” and two episodes of TV’s popular “ER.” After a stint on the sitcom “Miss Match” the next year, she landed on “The Practice,” and became a regular on its spinoff, “Boston Legal.” She had a high profile film role as Alec Baldwin’s second wife in “It’s Complicated” (2009), and
"Hr" is the working title of Silverstone's and Starr's pilot. The story focuses on a character named Ellen Bell, to be played by Silverstone. Shortly after Bell suffers a head injury, she begins to experience professional and personal changes in her life as the formerly uptight director of Human Resources at a multinational corporation.
Star will also serve as an executive producer on the Lifetime pilot, along with Aaron Kaplan. Glenn Porter and Michael Lohmann will be co-executive producers. There is no expected airdate for the project.
This is far from the first TV project for Silverstone, best known for her role in the film, "Clueless." In 2003, the actress starred in the single-season series, "Miss Match." Silverstone also had roles in unaired pilots, "Queen B" and "Pink Collar.
Hendricks started her film acting career as a regular in the series "Beggars and Choosers".
This was followed by the series "The Big Time", "The Court", "The Court", "Kevin Hill" and recurring roles in "ER" and "Firefly".
She then guest-starred in episodes of "Angel", "Miss Match", "Tru Calling", "Presidio Med", "Without a Trace", "Las Vegas", "South of Pico", "La Cucina" and "Life".
Hendricks also recently appeared in the action feature "Drive".
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Here’s what the primetime schedule looked like when One Tree Hill premiered. Even back then, Oth was up against some pretty
The ABC series, Suburgatory, is about to showcase a moment for TV history. There will be a Clueless reunion on the set. That means Alicia Silverstone and Jeremy Sisto will share the screen once again. That’s like awesome. As if!
Suburgatory began in September and has a somewhat similar theme to, say, Everwood. The series follows a single dad, acted by Law & Order‘s Sisto. He moves from New York City to the suburbs after discovering an unopened box of condoms in his 15 year-old daughter’s drawer. Once they arrive in their new neighborhood however, things aren’t so perfect.
According to the TV Line newsflash, Alicia Silverstone is en route to Sisto’s neck of the woods. She will be a guest star for a multi-episode arc and has a chance at being Sisto’s potential love interest. Totally! The two first shared the screen in the film,
Alicia Silverstone is putting down roots in Suburgatory, and you’d have to be postal not to figure out who she’s setting her sights on: Her former Clueless pal Jeremy Sisto!
Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that Silverstone is joining ABC’s rookie comedy for a multi-episode arc as a potential love interest for Sisto’s single dad character, George.
ABC declined to comment, but an insider added that when Silverstone’s alter ego, Eden, arrives in Chatswin her unusual line of work causes a rift between
In 2002/2003, American Dreams was the only new show that worked, all the other were cancelled : sitcoms In-Laws (15 episodes), Ausa (12 episodes, 4 unaired) and Hidden Hills (18 episodes, 5 unaired), and dramas Kingpin (6 episodes) and Minister Sterling (10 episodes). Both Boomtown and Good Morning Miami were renewed for a second season scheduled for 2003/2004 but halfway through it, they were both cancelled, they ended in December 2003.
During the 2003/2004 season, Las Vegas was the only successful new series, the others were axed : dramas Miss Match (18 episodes, 7 unaired) and The Lyon's Den (13 episodes,
As if you even needed to ask: Alicia Silverstone is in it!
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Bradley Cooper Visits The Marilyn Denis Show in Toronto on May 11, 2011
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Bradley Cooper Visits The Marilyn Denis Show in Toronto on May 11, 2011
Bradley Cooper (born January 5, 1975) is an American film, theater, and television actor. He is known for his roles as Will Tippin in the TV series Alias, Phil Wenneck in the 2009 film The Hangover (and its sequels), and Templeton “Faceman” Peck in 2010 movie The A-Team.
Cooper was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and grew up in nearby Jenkintown, Pennsylvania. His mother, Gloria (née Campano), is Italian-American, and his father, Charles Cooper, was Irish-American and worked as a stockbroker for Merrill Lynch. Cooper was raised Roman Catholic. After graduating from Germantown Academy in 1993, he attended Villanova University for his freshman year,
Not So 'Simple' Nicole RichieABC just gave the go-ahead on a scripted television series starring Nicole Richie. Because apparently, based on two guest appearances on Chuck, the girl's got some acting chops. The series will be written by Jeff Rake, who also penned Miss Match. What's that, you've never heard of Miss Match? It starred Alicia Silverstone and only eight episodes aired in the Us. Also, the guy from Psych is in this episode.
Anyway, the comedy series will star Nicole Richie as a "professional woman/mom character." She is both of those things. To her credit, Nicole Richie was the less plastic of the two Simple Life stars. Would you watch her new TV show? And more importantly, does this mean the apocalypse is near? [Deadline]
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