Vidal gains "Girlfriends"

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Christina Vidal has come on board the CW's comedy "Girlfriends" as a recurring, playing a tough celebrity fitness trainer. Vidal's credits include the features "See No Evil" and "Freaky Friday" and the series "10-8: Officers on Duty." She is repped by Paradigm and Bob McGowan at McGowan Management.

Nicole Bilderback has landed recurring roles on NBC's new drama series "Heroes" and on the CW's midseason drama series "Hidden Palms." On "Heroes, she will play Sakamoto, who is plucked from Harvard University to run a wealthy businessman's casino. On "Palms," she plays Blair Meadows, the mayor's bitchy second wife. Bilderback, who next appears in the indie "Sex and Death 101," is repped by Mark Rousso at New Wave Entertainment.

Sandrine Holt has landed a recurring role on the CW's upcoming drama series "Runaway," playing a woman whose murder is at the core of the show's seasonlong mystery. Holt, who was a recurring on Fox's "24," also will appear in six episodes of the upcoming season of Showtime's "The L Word." She is repped by Todd Eisner at APA and Don Spradlin at Essential Talent Management.

Laivan Green has been added to the cast of the CW's comedy series "All of Us" as a regular. Green will play Courtney, the product of a relationship between Dirk (Tony Rock) and his college sweetheart. Green, who recently wrapped a starring role in Disney Channel's original movie "Jump," is repped by Coast to Coast Talent Group, Landis-Simon Prods. and Talent Management.

Ernest Waddell has been tapped for a recurring role on the CW's teen soap "One Tree Hill." He will do a five-episode arc in a closely guarded story line that will wreak havoc in the life of one of the main characters. Waddell, who co-starred on WB Network's drama "The Bedford Diaries," is repped by Paradigm and manager McGowan.

Lauren London has landed a multiepisode arc on HBO's comedy series "Entourage," playing a love interest for Turtle (Jerry Ferrara). London, who recently starred in the feature "ATL," is repped by WMA.

Jessica Lowndes has joined Justine Bateman, Derek Hamilton and Sebastian Spence in "To Have and to Hold," a telefilm for Lifetime about the ramifications of a married man's affair with a younger, unstable vixen. Lowndes, who appeared in an episode of Showtime's anthology series "Masters of Horror," is managed by Industry Entertainment.

Eriq La Salle has been tapped to guest star in the 100th episode of CBS' drama "Without a Trace." He also will direct an episode of the crime drama's upcoming fifth season. La Salle, best known for his co-starring role on NBC's "ER," is repped by Paradigm.
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