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First look at Paget on Modern Family!
First Look: Paget Brewster Visits Modern Family
Has Gloria finally met her match? On the April 10 episode of ABC’s Modern Family, Benjamin Bratt returns as Gloria’s ex-husband, Javier, and brings along his new girlfriend, played by Criminal Minds’ Paget Brewster (left, with Rico Rodriguez and Sofia Vergara). Brewster plays Trish, who is pretty much Gloria’s opposite: book smart and sophisticated.
“Different from Javier’s usual assortment of bimbos and airheads, Trish is highly intelligent and confident,” says executive producer Jeffrey Richman, who cowrote the episode. “This brings up new and unexpected feelings for Gloria, which come out in a fiercely competitive game of Charades.”
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The Criminal Minds Fan Blog has put up the birthday card for Paget SIGN IT HERE
Paget cast in ABC Pilot ‘Spy,’
Criminal Minds alumna Paget Brewster will co-star opposite Rob Corddry and Mason Cook in Spy, ABC‘s single-camera comedy pilot based on the UK series. Spy centers on Tim (Corddry), a well intentioned father of a highly intelligent and verbal son (Cook), who also happens to be his complete opposite, who inadvertently takes a job at the Secret Service in order to prove himself a worthy father. Brewster, repped by UTA, manager Joannie Burstein and attorney Joel McKuin, will play Erica, the mother of Marcus and Tim’s ex-wife — a cold neurotic person who has long been seeing therapists. The original series’ creator Simeon Goulden wrote the U.S. version, produced by ABC Studios and Hat Trick.
Paget to guest star on Modern Family
When Benjamin Bratt returns to Modern Family later this season as Manny’s biological father, he won’t be alone.
Ex-Criminal Minds leading lady Paget Brewster has been cast as Javier’s new girlfriend, TVLine has learned exclusively
Paget Brewster on Dan Vs., Mark Hamill and More
You’ve done other voice acting in your career, but this show is full of people who basically just use their own voice. Is it a little different going in to a series that’s less heightened and exaggerated like that, at least from a performance standpoint?
Honestly, what I’ve mostly done at American Dad! is anytime they’ve had a character with an accent. I’ve played the Russian fortune teller on Dan Vs., but I would say other than specific charactrs here and there I mostly do voice work that is pretty close to my voice, so it’s just acting. Birdgirl on Harvey Birdman is similar to Elise in that I’m not altering my voice that much–it’s not like I’m playing a kid or an old lady. I’m not going to say that I have a ton of range, because there are other people who are a lot better at that.
The really fun thing is that Curtis Armstrong is in no way like Dan in any way in real life. He’s just a sweet, kind, lovely guy, and when he plays Dan, he goes bananas. He’s vicious and angry and he’s yelling, and it’s nuts. When he gets into character in the room when the three of us are recording, he gets all amped up like Dan and when he blows a line, he’ll shoot a look–at usually me, sometimes Dave–like he wants to murder us. As though we made him blow his line, and it’s one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen.
And actually, just now I’m realizing that voice-wise, Dave Foley can’t do anything but Dave Foley.
Huff – Watch Season 2 Online!
Someone has uploaded the second season of Huff – see it HERE