Underwood in it for 'Money'


Blair Underwood will be stirring things up on ABC's "Dirty Sexy Money."

He is in final negotiations to join the cast of the upcoming drama as a regular, playing a wealthy nemesis to Tripp Darling (Donald Sutherland).

Also coming on board the ABC Studios series as recurring is Tamara Feldman.

"Money" centers on an idealistic lawyer (Peter Krause) who goes to work for Darling, the patriarch of one of New York's richest families.

Feldman will play the former best friend of the youngest Darling, who comes back and causes controversy for the family.

Underwood has been busy in TV lately. He co-stars on HBO's upcoming half-hour drama series "In Treatment" and has been recurring on the CBS sitcom "The New Adventures of Old Christine." He is set to continue his role on "Christine."

Underwood, who is in postproduction on his feature directorial debut -- the indie "The Bridge to Nowhere," starring Danny Masterson, Bijou Phillips and Ving Rhames -- is repped by Paradigm and Thruline Entertainment.

Feldman next appears in "Hatchet," "A Woman Called Job," "Harold & Kumar 2" and "Rez Bomb." She is repped by John Pierce at the Group.