Buckley gets full-time job on 'CSI: NY'
EmptyA.J. Buckley has been upped to a regular on CBS' "CSI: NY."
Meanwhile, Ever Carradine and Kyle Secor have joined ABC's new drama series "Women's Murder Club" in recurring roles, Benny Ciaramello has landed a recurring role on NBC's "Friday Night Lights," and Tuc Watkins and Kevin Rahm have been added to ABC's "Desperate Housewives" as recurring.
On "CSI: NY," from CBS Paramount Network TV, Bruckheimer TV and Alliance Atlantis, Buckley plays Adam Ross, a gifted lab technician in the New York Crime Lab who specializes in the analysis of trace evidence.
Buckley, recently seen in the feature "The Last Sin Eater," next will co-star opposite Gabrielle Union in the thriller "The Box."
He is repped by Marion Campbell at TalentWorks, manager Sarah Lum at Leverage and attorney Allison Binder.
"Murder Club," from 20th Century Fox TV, revolves around four girlfriends (Angie Harmon, Laura Harris, Aubrey Dollar, Paula Newsome) who solve tough murder cases.
Carradine will play the fiancee of Tom Hogan (Rob Estes), a politically savvy police lieutenant and the ex-husband of Lindsay Boxer (Harmon). Secor will play a charming and charismatic lawyer who has a secret romantic history with Jill (Harris).
Carradine and Secor co-starred together on ABC's "Commander in Chief."
Carradine, who recently toplined the Lifetime pilot "The Madness of Jane," is repped by the Gersh Agency and Management 360.
Secor, whose series credits also include the CW's "Veronica Mars" and "Hidden Palms," is repped by Gersh and Brillstein Entertainment Partners.
On the high school football drama "Friday Night Lights," from Universal Media Studios, Ciaramello will play a love interest to Lyla Garrity (Minka Kelly). He is managed by Scott Zimmerman at Evolution.
On "Housewives," from ABC Studios, Watkins and Rahm will play new neighbors — Wisteria Lane's first gay couple. Watkins, whose series credits include the ABC soap "One Life to Live" and Showtime's "Beggars and Choosers," is repped by Stone Manners Agency and manager Brad Warshaw.
Rahm co-starred on CBS' "Judging Amy."