'Mob Doctor' Books Kevin Corrigan Opposite Terry Kinney
He'll recur and play the former "Oz" star's anti-mafia brother.
Fox's The Mob Doctor has cast the second half of its dueling siblings.
Grounded for Life's Kevin Corrigan will recur opposite Oz's Terry Kinney, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Corrigan, whose credits also include stints on Fringe, Community and Damages, will play Titus, the law-abiding half of the Amaro brothers on the freshman drama starring Jordana Spiro.
Kinney will play Salvatore Amaro, an old acquaintance of Constantine's (William Forsythe) who's a shady hothead and embraces the family's less-than-legal dealings.
Spiro stars as a female thoracic surgeon who becomes indebted to the South Chicago mafia and is forced to moonlight as a "mob doctor" while also working full time at Chicago's most prominent hospital. Forsythe plays her mafia employer.
Corrigan starred as Eddie on Grounded for Life from 2001-05. He's repped by Innovative, Untitled Entertainment and Kraditor & Haber.
The Mob Doctor premieres at 9 p.m. Monday, Sept. 17.
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