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2011 network pilot casting to date

A roundup of recent network pilot castings:

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  • — Eric Roberts on “Grace”
  • — Minka Kelly, Annie Ilonzeh, Rachael Taylor and Ramon Rodriguez in “Charlie’s Angels”
  • — Kerry Washington, Henry Ian Cusick, Columbus Short and Katie Lowes in untitled Shonda Rhimes project
  • — Krysten Ritter (pictured), James Van Der Beek, Michael Blaiklock and Dreama Walker in “Apartment 23”
  • — Teri Polo, Mather Zickel, Christopher Moynihan and Amanda Detmer in “Man Up”
  • — Kyle Howard in “Smothered”
  • — Jesse L. Martin on “Halleljuah”
  • — Orlando Jones in “Identity”
  • — Sharon Horgan in “Bad Mom”
  • — Ashley Madekwe in “Revenge”
  • — Lawrence Gilliard, Jr., Annie Wersching, Scottie Thompson and Kenneth Mitchell on “Partners”
  • — Margot Robbie and Michael Mosley in “Pan-Am”



  • — Christine Lahti on “The Doctor”
  • — Sarah Michelle Gellar, Nestor Carbonell, Ioan Gruffudd, Mike Colter and Tara Summers in “Ringer”
  • — Rob Riggle (pictured) and Constance Zimmer in “Home Game”
  • — Rob Schneider in untitled Rob Schneider project
  • — David Hornsby and Nancy Lenehan on “How to Be a Gentleman”


  • — Rachel Bilson in “Hart of Dixie”
  • — Amanda Walsh, Carla Gallo, Neal Bledsoe, George Dzundza, Utkarsh Amudkar in “Danni Lowinski”



  • — Saffron Burrows, Michael Clarke Duncan and Geoff Stults on “The Finder”
  • Nagra — Zooey Deschanel, Max Greenfield and Jake Johnson on untitled Liz Meriwether comedy.
  • — Mike O’Malley, Rachael Harris and Rob Huebel on “Family Album”
  • — Jorge Garcia, Parminder Nagra (pictured), Sam Neill, Santiago Cabrera, Robert Forster, Sarah Jones, Jonny Coyne, Jason Butler Harner on “Alcatraz”
  • — Ethan Hawke and Megan Dodds on “Exit Strategy”
  • — Miranda Otto, Nick Stahl, Sarah Bolger, Jesse McCartney and Skylar Gaertner on “Locke & Key”
  • — Cheech Marin, Mateus Ward, Gibson Sjobeck, Ava Acres, Cliff Chamberlain, Ana Ortiz on “Outnumbered”
  • — Gary Cole in “Tagged”
  • — French Stewart, Nat Faxon, Jonah Hill, Cristina Pucelli and Joy Osmanski on “Allen Gregory”
  • — Jon Heder, Aaron Ruell, Jon Gries, Efren Ramirez, Diedrich Bader, Tina Majorino, Sandy Martin in “Napoleon Dynamite”



  • — Maria Bello in “Prime Suspect”
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  • — Adrianne Palicki in “Wonder Woman”
  • — Amanda Peet on “Bent”
  • — Debra Messing, Jack Davenport, Megan Hilty and Katherine McPhee on “Smash”
  • — Stockard Channing and Jamie Bamber on “17th Precinct”
  • — Amber Heard, Naturi Naughton and Laura Benanti on “Playboy”
  • — Chelsea Handler, Laura Prepon, Natalie Morales, Angela Laketa Moore and Lauren Lapkus on “Are You There Vodka? It’s Me Chelsea”
  • — Whitney Cummings in untitled Whitney Cummings project
  • — Anna Camp on “I Hate That I Love You”
  • — Ed Begley, Jr. (pictured), Nick Braun and Will Greenberg on “Brave New World”
  • — Taylor Kinney on “Mann’s World”

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