Amy Irving Joins ZERO HOUR in Recurring Role
According to Deadline.com, Amy Irving will join ABC's midseason drama Zero Hour in a recurring role as a "seemingly innocent, philanthropic and ordinary mother who turns out to be anything but."
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Ken Leung (Lost) also joins the roster of recurring characters as Father Reggie.
The show is about a publisher of a paranormal enthusiast magazine whose wife is abducted from her antique shop. Irving and Leung join Anthony Edwards (in the starring role as the publisher), Scott Michael Foster, Jacinda Barrett, Michael Nyqvist, Paul T. Scheuring and Grace Gummer.
Irving most recently appeared on Broadway in the 2006 productions of The Coast of Utopia: Part 1 - Voyage and Part 2 - Shipwreck. Other Broadway credits include Amadeus, Heartbreak House, Broken Glass and Three Sisters. Her off-Broadway credits include The Heidi Chronicles, The Road to Mecca and The Vagina Monologues. Irving also hosted the 1994 Tony Awards with Anthony Hopkins.
Her film credits include Crossing Delancey, The Fury, Carrie, Yentl, The Competition, Honeysuckle Rose, Deconstructing Harry, Traffic, Tuck Everlasting, Thirteen Conversations About One Thing, and more. On television, Irving has appeared in Alias, The Far Pavilions, Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna, Law & Order: SVU, House and more.
Irving has been nominated for an Oscar, two Golden Globes, and has won an Obie Award.
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