Whoopi Goldberg, Raul Esparza to Guest on ABC's 666 PARK AVENUE, 12/2
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Academy Award-winner Whoopi Goldberg guest stars as Maris Elder and Broadway's Raul Esparza guest stars as Phillip Perez on the December 2nd episode of the new ABC drama series 666 PARK AVENUE.
In the episode titled "Hypnos", Jane is hurled back in time to October 1927 by the mysterious Maris Elder, who hypnotizes her in an effort to find out where she disappeared down the spiral staircase. Her time travel adventures unlock secrets long hidden in Peter Kramer's apartment, where his wife was murdered, and shows Jane that her family has a dark legacy that's tangled with The Drake's history. Meanwhile, Gavin talks to Henry about the possibility of becoming a city councilman, but his chances may be destroyed by the leak of some sensitive personal information. And in a shocking revelation, Sasha's identity is exposed. the episode airs 10:01-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
"666 Park Avenue" stars Rachael Taylor as Jane Van Veen, DAVE ANNABLE as Henry Martin, Mercedes Masöhn as Louise Leonard, RoBert Buckley as BrIan Leonard, Helena Mattsson as Alexis Blume, ERIK PALLADINO as Tony DeMeo and Samantha Logan as Nona Clark, with Vanessa Williams as Olivia Doran and Terry O'Quinn as Gavin Doran.
"Hypnos" was written by Ellen Fairey & Matthew Tabak and directed by Stephen Cragg.
Since making his Broadway debut, Esparza has become only the second actor to receive Tony nominations in all four eligible acting categories. Most recently he took on the role of con artist Jonas Nightingale in the Broadway musical adaptation of "Leap of Faith" directed by Christopher Ashley. Esparza's TV credits include "Law & Order," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," "Pushing Daisies" and "A Gifted Man."