Kane & Tveit to Guest Star on UGLY BETTY March 17

Kane & Tveit to Guest Star on UGLY BETTY March 17

Broadway vet Carol Kane will guest star on the hit television show 'Ugly Betty' alongside Next to Normal star Aaron Tveit. The episode is set to air March 17th.

The episode, "All the World's a Stage" surrounds Justin's love with his acting class, helmed by the eccentric Lena Korvinka (Carol Kane), and finds himself in an unexpected triangle with his new pals, Austin and Lily. When Betty drops by class, she's smitten with a cool young playwright, Zachary (Aaron Tveit), whom she will profile for Mode. But she challenges her own ethics when she starts dating him. And Wilhemina is hospitalized with a perforated ulcer, and can't help her type-A personality even when bedridden, but then her roommate, Roberta (Dana Ivey), prompts an epiphany, on "Ugly Betty."

Emmy Award winning, veteran actress Carol Kane continues to appear regularly on both the big screen and television shows. She was a frequent and always colorful guest such shows as "Ellen" and "Hey Arnold" and has contributed her distinctive voice to an episode of "The Family Guy." Kane's many film credits include Man on the Moon, Scrooged, The PallBearer, My Blue Heaven, The Princess Bride, Dog Day Afternoon and Jawbreaker.

Tveit received the 2009 Clarence Derwent and Helen Hayes awards for his performance in Next to Normal. His other Broadway credits include Wicked (Fiyero) and Hairspray (Link) and national tour credits include Rent and Hairspray. He can be seen in the upcoming film Howl opposite James Franco and in the film Ghost Town, as well as in the recurring role of Tripp Van Der Bilt on the CW's "Gossip Girl."

'Ugly Betty' stars America Ferrera as Betty Suarez, Eric Mabius as Daniel Meade, Tony Plana as Ignacio, Ana Ortiz as Hilda, Judith Light as Claire Meade, Becki Newton as Amanda, Michael Urie as Marc, Mark Indelicato as Justin, Daniel Eric Gold as Matt Hartley and Vanessa Williams as Wilhelmina Slater.

'Ugly Betty' airs Wednesdays at 10/9 central on the ABC Television Network. The show is broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC's selected HDTV format, with 5.1-channel surround sound and Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning. This is the show's final season.

Photo Credit: Walter McBride

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