McCormack adds ‘Crime,’ ‘Crawford’

'Deep' thesp joins Eastwood, also doing hair comedy

Mary McCormack, who is on screen with Tea Leoni and Robert Duvall in “Deep Impact,” has lined up two new film roles.

McCormack has joined the cast of Clint Eastwood’s “True Crime,” starring Eastwood, James Woods and Diane Venora.

The drama about a journalist who tries to help free a prisoner on death row is being produced by Eastwood, Richard Zanuck and Lili Fini Zanuck.

Also on McCormack’s plate is Kevin Allen’s “Je M’Appelle Crawford,” which is being distributed by Warner Bros. as a negative pickup.

She will play the president of a world hairdressing federation in the comedy, which stars Craig Ferguson and Frances Fisher. Phil Rose is producing the pic.

Best known for her role as Justine Appleton on ABC’s “Murder One,” McCormack’s film credits include the upcoming “Mystery, Alaska,” “Private Parts” and Stuart Birkin’s indie feature “Harvest.”

McCormack is repped by Rhonda Price and Lorrie Bartlett of the Gersh Agency.