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Mamie Gummer Joins 'First Cut' And More Casting News

Mamie Gummer First Cut

Posted: 03/ 6/2012 10:07 am

Mamie Gummer is trading the law for medicine ... sort of. Gummer, who was last seen on "The Good Wife" as attorney Nancy Crozier, will headline The CW's new medical drama pilot "First Cut."

According to TVLine, Gummer will star opposite "Smallville" veteran Justin Hartley as a formerly nerdy woman ready to shed her old persona. Gummer previously played doctor on ABC's short-lived "Off the Map."

"Gilmore Girls" veteran Jennie Snyder Urman wrote the pilot and "Pushing Daisies" alumnus Dan Jinks is executive producing it.

In other casting news ...

Gabrielle Union will star in BET's "Single Black Female."
Union will play the main character, a news anchor at a 24-hour network, in the pilot from "The Game" producers Mara Brock Akil and Salim Akil. [Akil Productions]

"Switched At Birth" actress Vanessa Marano is seeking medical treatment on "Grey's Anatomy."
The ABC Family star will appear in Season 8, Episode 20 of the ABC medical drama as a patient. [THR]

Anthony Anderson is eying a return to TV.
The "Law & Order" grad will co-star in NBC's "DILFs," a new sitcom about dads who aren't quite done growing up. [TVLine]

"True Jackson, VP" star Robbie Amell has a new gig.
Amell will co-star in Bill Lawrence's Fox pilot, "Like Father," that is loosely inspired by Lawrence's relationship with his own dad. [THR]

Backstreet Boy Nick Carter will guest star on "90210."
Carter will play himself. [EW]

Eric Close is moving to "Nashville."
The "Without a Trace" veteran will play Teddy, the loyal husband to still uncast country singer lead Rayna. [THR]

"The L Word" actress Karina Lombard is heading to "NCIS."
Lombard will play the longtime friend and mentor to Ziva (Cote de Pablo). [TVLine]

"The River" star Paul Blackthorne will guest star on "CSI."
Blackthorne will play a slick college professor who teaches a course on the nature of celebrity. [EW]

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