Angelique Cabral has booked a recurring role on the second season of ABC’s Don’t Trust The B—- In Apartment 23. She will play Fox Paris, a woman who is also a junior analyst at the financial firm where June (Drema Walker) has just been hired. Cabral, repped by Pakula/King and Karen Forman Management, is currently co-starring in the feature The Perfect Family with Emily Deschanel.
Desperate Housewives alum Steven Culp is back on ABC with a recurring role on Grey’s Anatomy, playing Dr. Parker, a top dog doctor. He is with Domain and manager Miriam Milgrom.
Maureen Sebastian has landed a potentially recurring role on the new NBC drama Revolution, playing the wife of Aaron (Zak Orth) in flashbacks. She is repped by Buchwald/Fortitude and manager Susan Yoo.
Wendy Crewson (Saving Hope, The Vow) has booked a recurring role on ABC’s Revenge, playing Helen, a powerful business executive. She is repped by Domain and manager Perry Zimel.
Tara Summers has been cast in a recurring role on FX’s Sons Of Anarchy. She will play Karen Dunhill, who is working alongside Tara (Maggie Siff). Summers also will recur on the TNT David E. Kelley drama Monday Mornings reprising the role she played as a guest star in the pilot, Allison McDaniels. She recently wrapped Hitchcock.
Three actors are returning to three sophomore series to reprise their recurring roles from Season 1. Grey’s Anatomy alumna Kate Burton, who is recurring on Veep, The Good Wife and Grimm, will return to ABC’s Scandal, playing Vice President Sally Langston. She is with Gersh and Principal. Michael Risploli will reprise his recurring role of Bel Jaffe on Season 2 of Starz’s Magic City. He is with Gersh and Principal Entertainment. Faran Tahir will do multiple episodes on the season season of TNT’s Dallas as ‘Smiling’ Frank. He is with Greene & Assoc.
UPDATE FRIDAY AM: I’ve started hearing that drama pilot ZERO HOUR is heating up again and looks promising for a series order.
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