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GLEE's Max Adler & Sandra Bernhard Guest Star On SWITCHED AT BIRTH, 1/13

GLEE's Max Adler & Sandra Bernhard Guest Star On SWITCHED AT BIRTH, 1/13Memorable Glee featured player Max Adler, who famously portrayed bullied, closeted gay football star Dave Karofsky on the hit FOX musical dramedy series, joins iconic stand-up comedian, actress and stage performer Sandra Bernhard in the third season of ABC Family's hit series Switched at Birth and a new clip of the guest stars in action is now available to view.

Bernhard portrays art instructor Teresa Lubarsky on the third season of the series, while Adler essays the role of fraternity brother and art class attendee Tank.

The official description of Switched at Birth is as follows: "Switched at Birth tells the story of two teenage girls who discover they were accidentally switched as newborns in the hospital. Bay Kennish grew up in a wealthy family with two parents and a brother. Meanwhile, Daphne Vasquez, who contracted meningitis and became deaf at an early age, grew up with a single mother in a working-class neighborhood. Things come to a dramatic head when the families meet and struggle to learn how to live together for the sake of the girls. The series stars Katie Leclerc as Daphne, Vanessa Marano as Bay, Constance Marie as Regina, D.W. Moffett as John, Lea Thompson as Kathryn, Lucas Grabeel as Toby, Sean Berdy as Emmett, Gilles Marini as Angelo, with guest star Marlee Matlin as Melody."

More information on Switched at Birth is available at the official website here.

The Season Three premiere of Switched at Birth airs Monday, January 13, on ABC Family at 8 PM.

View a clip from Switched at Birth featuring Max Adler and Sandra Bernhard here.

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