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In the latest round of pilot castings, Nick D’Agosto and Michael Rosenbaum are set to star on NBC’s untitled Justin Adler comedy, Sam Neill has joined ABC’s drama “Happy Town” and Rochelle Aytes has been added to ABC’s untitled Jerry Bruckheimer drama.
Additionally, Oded Fehr will star in ABC’s drama “Limelight,” with Kyle Riabko, Jessy Schram and Noah Gray-Cabey also cast in the project.
The Adler project, from Sony/Tantamount, revolves around a grown-up family. D’Agosto (“Heroes”) will play the youngest sibling, who brings his girlfriend to meet the family.
“Smallville” alum Rosenbaum will play the married middle sibling freaked out over his recently adopted baby.
On the murder-mystery “Town,” from ABC Studios, Neill will play the owner of a movie-paraphernalia shop.
WBTV’s untitled Bruckheimer project is a mystery about amateur detectives led by a former cop (Rupert Penry-Jones). Aytes (“Drive”) will play a police detective who slips the former cop and his team “Doe cases.”
WBTV/Wonderland’s “Limelight” is a soap about the teachers and students at a New York performing arts academy.
Fehr, repped by IFA and Rain Management, will play the school’s larger-than-life and overbearing artistic director.
Riabko, repped by CAA and Management 360, and Schram (“Life”) will play aspiring young actors auditioning for the academy, and Gray-Cabey (“Heroes”) will play the school’s music prodigy.
Schram and Gray-Cabey are managed by Kritzer/Levine/Wilkins.
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