'24' player takes shine to 'Cleaning'
EmptyMary Lynn Rajskub has joined the cast of "Sunshine Cleaning," an indie feature being directed by Christine Jeffs.
The move stars Amy Adams and Emily Blunt as sisters who find a measure of meaning and understanding in life when they team to run a service cleaning up after crime scenes and traumas.
Rajskub will play a technician for a blood bank who is the object of Blunt's sexual obsession.
Producing are Marc Turtletaub, Peter Saraf, Glenn Williamson and Jeb Brody.
The movie is shooting in Albuquerque, N.M.
Rajskub is best known for portraying computer programmer Chloe O'Brian on Fox's "24." She is repped by Endeavor and Management 360.