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Christie Brinkley to Guest Star on PARKS & REC - as Jerry's Wife

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Former Roxie Hart, Christie Brinkley, is set to take on a completely new, and completely unexpected role: the wife of office scapegoat, Jerry, on NBC's PARKS AND RECREATION.

Given Jerry's reputation on the show - as well as appearance - Brinkley is undoubtedly a shocking choice to play Mrs. Gergich. The specific episode in which she will appear has yet to be announced.

Throughout her career as one of the country's most successful and recognizable supermodels, Christie Brinkley has appeared on more than 500 magazine covers worldwide. But more than that, she also excels as an artist, writer, photographer, designer, actress, philanthropist environmentalist and political activist. She also appeared on Broadway and in the National Tour of CHICAGO, playing the headlining murderess, Roxie Hart.


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