Cacia in TNT's 'Line-Up'


TELEVISION -- J.R. Cacia has been cast in TNT's crime drama pilot "The Line-Up," playing a cop who needs to be reined in for his interrogation tactics. Cacia, who recently wrapped a recurring arc on the CW's upcoming series "Hidden Palms," recently appeared in the feature "10th & Wolf." He is repped by Steven Jang and Ro Diamond of SDB Partners and manager Scott Fish.

Loren Dean, Nestor Serrano and Mather Zickel have been added to the cast of the ESPN miniseries "The Bronx Is Burning," about the New York Yankees' road to the 1977 world championship. Dean will play Fran Healy, a teammate and confidant of Reggie Jackson (Daniel Sunjata). Serrano will play a detective. Zickel will play Yankees outfielder Lou Piniella. Dean is repped by APA and managed by Robert Stein. Serrano is managed by Danielle Del of Allman/Rea Management. Zickel is repped by Abrams Artists and managed by Generate.

Krysten Ritter has joined the cast of the CW's dramedy "Gilmore Girls" as a recurring. She will play a 20-year-old artsy Yale student who befriends Rory (Alexis Bledel). Ritter most recently recurred on UPN's "Veronica Mars" and starred in the CBS comedy pilot "Inseparable." She is repped by Innovative Artists and managers Kyle Lucker of the Entertainment Group and Paul Brown of Flutie Entertainment.

Kenny Johnson (FX's "The Shield") and Bailey Chase (NBC's "Las Vegas") have joined the cast of TNT's drama pilot "Grace," about a jaded Oklahoma City detective (Holly Hunter) who communicates with an irascible angel. Johnson will play Grace's partner on and off the job. Chase will play a detective who once had an affair with Hunter. Johnson, who recently completed a multiepisode stint on CBS' "Cold Case," is repped by the Kohner Agency and manager Danielle Del. Chase is repped by Buchwald and Associates and McKeon/Myones Management.

Michael Bowen is set to continue his recurring role on ABC's "Lost" as Pickett, one of the Others. Bowen, who next appears in the feature "The Death and Life of Bobby Z," is repped by Stone Manners and managed by Holly Shelton.

Kevin Rankin (HBO's "Six Feet Under") has landed a recurring role on NBC's "Friday Night Lights," playing a quadriplegic rugby player with an attitude. Rankin is repped by Diverse Talent Group and Flutie Entertainment.

Marty Ingels is set to appear on "ER" this season, playing a millionaire hypochondriac who thinks he is going blind. Ingels' next project is the one-man show "47 Years Overdue" at Garry Marshall's Falcon Theatre.