Feore marries into Fox's '24'
EmptyColm Feore has been appointed first usband on the upcoming season of Fox's "24."
Meanwhile, Rebecca Mader and Lance Reddick have joined the cast of ABC's "Lost," and John Francis Daley has come on board Fox's crime drama "Bones" as a recurring.
Additionally, Emily Rose has landed multiepisode arcs on two dramas, ABC's "Brothers & Sisters" and CBS' "Jericho," and David Blue will recur on ABC's "Ugly Betty."
On "24," from Imagine TV and 20th Century Fox TV, Feore will play the husband of the new president (Cherry Jones).
Feore, who most recently played General Sherman on HBO's Emmy-nominated film "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee," is repped by Endeavor.
Details on Mader and Reddick's characters on "Lost" are being kept under wraps.
Mader, who co-starred on Fox's "Justice" last season, will guest star in the first episode of ABC's "Private Practice." She is repped by Innovative Artists, Untitled Entertainment and attorney Dave Feldman.
Reddick, who is completing the final season of HBO's "The Wire," also is known for his work on "Oz" and "The Corner." He is repped by Innovative Artists and manager Steven Adams.
On "Bones," from 20th Century Fox TV, Daley will play a therapist.
Daley, whose series credits include Fox's "Kitchen Confidential," NBC's "Freaks and Geeks" and ABC's "The Geena Davis Show," recently sold comedy spec "The $40,000 Man" to New Line Cinema. Daley penned the spec with Jonathan Goldstein (HR 6/19).
Daley is repped by the Kohner Agency and manager Paul Coates.
In an eight-episode arc on ABC Studios' "Brothers & Sisters," Rose will play Lena, a high-school friend of Rebecca's (Emily Van Camp), who gets a job at the family's company and starts to stir up trouble.
It is not clear how her character will be incorporated in the post-apocalyptic world of "Jericho," from CBS Paramount Network TV.
Rose, who recently recurred on HBO's "John From Cincinnati," is repped by Domain and Forward Entertainment.
On "Betty," from ABC Studios, Blue will play Cliff, a new photographer at Mode and a potential love interest to Wilhelmina's (Vanessa Williams) conniving assistant Marc St. James (Michael Urie).
Blue, whose credits include 20th Century Fox's "The Comebacks" and "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody," is repped by the House of Representatives and Steve Buchsbaum of Ad Astra Management.