What's next for 10 primetime actors
Just wrapped the lead in the indie film "The High Cost of Living" (November); attached to direct the film "Swingles."
Jack Coleman ("Heroes")
Will appear in the Hallmark Channel original movie "Rock the House" as a father navigating the strained relationship with his teenage daughter. (June 26)
Tate Donovan ("Damages")
Has the lead role in the indie feature "Below the Beltway," about D.C. lobbyists, as well as the new ABC drama "No Ordinary Family," in which he plays a mysterious pilot.
Portrays a fighter pilot in the Mario Van Peebles' film "Kerosene Cowboys." (November)
Greg Grunberg ("Heroes")
Is also co-writer, co-producer and co-star of the upcoming romantic comedy "The Group," in which he plays the best friend of a single guy who poses as a reformed Don Juan in order to get his dream girl.
Daniel Dae Kim ("Lost")
Recently cast as an imprisoned master of kendo in the action thriller "The Killing Game," opposite Samuel L. Jackson and Kellan Lutz. Also has a lead role in CBS' "Hawaii Five-O" remake and a cameo in "The Adjustment Bureau," starring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt. (September)
Cast as the lead in the new BBC One sci-fi series "Outcasts."
Julian McMahon ("Nip/Tuck")
Recently finished filming the role of a corrupt CIA vp in "Red" with Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman and John Malkovich; also attached to Julien Magnat's psychological thriller "Faces in the Crowd" opposite Milla Jovovich and "The Smell of Apples" opposite Gillian Anderson.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers ("The Tudors")
In October, begins filming "Albert Nobbs" in Dublin opposite Amanda Seyfried, Orlando Bloom and Glenn Close.
Starring on Broadway alongside Anthony LaPaglia as the tyrannical opera producer Saunders in the remake of the 1989 farce "Lend Me a Tenor," directed by Stanley Tucci.