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Four new fall series have added actors in recurring roles.
Garret Dillahunt has joined Fox’s drama “The Sarah Connor Chronicles,” Jennifer Siebel has come on board NBC’s drama “Life,” Adam Rose has been added to the CW’s comedy “Aliens in America” and Paul Schulze has been cast in NBC’s drama “Journeyman.”
On “Sarah Connor,” an offshoot from the “Terminator” franchise, Dillahunt will play a mysterious character named Cromartie.
Dillahunt, who is finishing a four-episode arc on FX’s “Damages,” next will be seen on the big screen in “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford” and “No Country for Old Men.” He is repped by Gersh and Allman/Rea Management.
In “Life,” Siebel will play Jennifer Conover, the ex-wife of Charlie Crews (Damian Lewis), a former cop who has rejoined the force after being wrongly imprisoned.
Siebel recently booked the role of Barbie in the upcoming film “April Fool’s Day” and is onscreen in Paul Haggis’ “In the Valley of Elah.” She is repped by Buchwald & Associates and manager Adam Griffin of Kritzer/ Levine/Wilkins Entertainment.
On “Aliens,” about a Pakistani Muslim exchange student coming to live with a Wisconsin family and their misfit teen son Justin (Dan Byrd), Rose will play Dooley, a high school sophomore and Justin’s misfit friend.
Rose is repped by Stone Manners and manager Terry Saperstein.
Schulze will play FBI agent Richard Garrity on “Journeyman.” The epic fantasy centers on a man (Kevin McKidd) who travels back in time to fix the lives of people in trouble.
Schulze recently appeared on AMC’s “Mad Men” and next appears on the big screen in “John Rambo.” He is repped by Innovative Artists and Kyle Fritz Management.
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