Garret Dillahunt (The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford) has joined Fox's drama The Sarah Connor Chronicles, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Jennifer Siebel (In the Valley of Elah) has come on board NBC's drama Life, Adam Rose (The Squid and the Whale) has been added to the CW's comedy Aliens in America and Paul Schulze (John Rambo) has been cast in NBC's drama Journeyman.
In Life, Siebel will play Jennifer Conover, the ex-wife of Charlie Crews (Damian Lewis), a former cop who has rejoined the force after being wrongly imprisoned for years.
On Aliens in America, about a Pakistani Muslim exchange student coming to live with an average family in Wisconsin and their misfit teen son Justin (Dan Byrd), Rose will play Dooley, a high school sophomore and Justin's misfit friend.
Schulze will play an FBI agent named Richard Garrity on Journeyman. The epic fantasy centers on a man (Kevin McKidd) who travels back in time to fix the lives of people in trouble.
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