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A spokesperson for ABC’s sole sudser confirms for TVLine that the three-time Daytime Emmy nominee has been cast as Detective West’s mysterious ex-wife — who has been increasingly referred to, and apparently has some sort of connection to Dr. Griffin Munro. Williamson will first air in July.
Daytime Confidential first reported on the casting. »
We Got This Covered can exclusively report today that Golden Globe-nominated actor Tom Sizemore (Pearl Harbor, Black Hawk Down) has joined the cast of The Martyr Maker, an upcoming political thriller from Kamal Ahmed.
Not much is known about the project just yet, but Sizemore will co-star alongside Adeel Ahmed (who’s had guest spots on CBS’ Elementary and NBC’s Deception), who plays Zahid, “an American born Muslim who, after struggling with his Islamic roots, explores different aspects of the religion, leading to a deadly calling.”
Sizemore, meanwhile, will play the head of the CIA, though it’s unclear how the two characters will cross paths at this point. Still, it’s an intriguing premise and we’re eager to see how the film develops.
Set to shoot in the spring, there’s no release date just yet for The Martyr Maker, but with its two leading men now locked in, »
- Josh Wilding
VideosExclusive Code Black Sneak Peek: Angus’ ‘All-Star’ Brother Returns — With Big News
The actress, who also starred in NBC’s short-lived Deception, is joining Code Black in a recurring role, TVLine has learned. First appearing in the medical drama’s Feb. 10 episode, Good plays Dr. Grace Adams, an uninhibited doctor fresh off a year of humanitarian work in Haiti.
Oh, did we forget to mention her character is also the former flame of Raza Jaffrey’s Neal? Yikes.
Code Black airs Wednesdays at 10/9c. »
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As first reported by our sister site Variety, Brown will guest-star sometime during the back half of Season 5, in an episode that explores Belle’s life before Rumplestiltskin figured into it.
In addition to his True Blood run, »
“Once Upon A Time” has found Belle’s dangerous suitor, Gaston.
Gaston’s storyline will take viewers back to Belle’s (Emilie de Ravin) time before she met Rumple (Robert Carlyle), furthering the exploration of “Once Upon A Time’s” twist on Gaston’s role in the “Beauty & the Beast” tale.
Previously, the role “Sir Gaston” was played by actor Sage Brocklebank, who appeared in one episode in “Once’s” first season.
The episode in which Brown’s Gaston will appear has not been set yet, though it will be during the back-half of the fifth season, which returns on Sunday, Mar. 6.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
5 items from 2016
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