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[12/12/05 - 12:00 AM]
Leslie Bibb Upped to Series Regular on NBC's "Crossing Jordan"

[via press release from NBC]

LESLIE BIBB UPPED TO SERIES REGULAR ON NBC'S "CROSSING JORDAN"

LESLIE BIBB UPPED TO SERIES REGULAR ON NBC'S "CROSSING JORDAN"

BURBANK - December 12, 2005 - Leslie Bibb ("Popular") has upped her status to series regular on NBC's "Crossing Jordan" (Sundays, 10 - 11p.m. ET). Bibb joined the cast in the recurring role of Detective Tallulah 'Lu' Simmons this year at the start of the dramas fifth season. Her character, who is the department psychologist for the Boston Police Department, has provided therapy and romance Detective Woody Hoyt (Jerry O'Connell).

Teen filmgoers will recognize Bibb from the 2000 thriller "Skulls" (also starring Joshua Jackson and Paul Walker), but her most memorable role was as teen princess Brook McQueen on "Popular."

Bibb's other television credits include the role of Erin Harkins on NBC's "ER" and an appearance on "Nip/Tuck." She also played the lead FBI agent in the political-drama series "Line of Fire." Bibb's first film role was an NBC tour guide in the Howard Stern biopic "Private Parts." Currently, Bibb stars alongside Will Ferrell, Sacha Baron Cohen, and John C. Riley in Columbia Picture's "Untitled Will Ferrell NASCAR Comedy" which will be released on August 4, 2006.

Jill Hennessy stars in the edgy drama as a sexy, brilliant and fearless Boston medical examiner with a checkered career - and a penchant for going beyond the call of duty to investigate crimes. Miguel Ferrer, Kathryn Hahn, Ravi Kapoor, O'Connell and Steve Valentine also star.

"Crossing Jordan" is from Tailwind Productions in association with NBC Universal Television Studio. Tim Kring (NBC's "Providence") is creator and executive producer; Dennis Hammer and Allan Arkush are executive producers.





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· CROSSING JORDAN (NBC)
· ER (NBC)
· LINE OF FIRE (ABC)
· NIP/TUCK (FX)
· POPULAR (WB)
· PROVIDENCE (NBC)





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