February 14, 2014 4:00pm PT by Michael O'Connell
Elisabeth Rohm Books Lead in TNT's 'Guilt by Association' Pilot
TNT has tapped one of the three female leads for Guilt by Association.
Two months after the cable network ordered a pilot based on the Marcia Clark novel, The Hollywood Reporter has learned that actress Elisabeth Rohm has signed on to star. A pickup would mark Rohm's first regular TV gig in a while, most recently recurring on Beauty and the Beast and Lifetime's The Client List.
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Guilt by Association, based on a book by the same name, follows three women: a deputy district attorney, a LAPD detective and a female prosecutor -- each of whom end up embroiled in the same cases. Rohm joins as the tough detective.
Clark, who was famously served as lead prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson trial, co-wrote the pilot with Nashville's Dee Johnson.
A SAG winner for her recent work in American Hustle, Rohm's other TV Credits include Law & Order, Heroes and Angel.
Rohm is repped by Mavrick Artists Agency.