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LOST’s Nestor Carbonell A Ringer with Sarah Michelle Gellar
It is certainly about time that Sarah Michelle Gellar finally makes her triumphant return to television. I, for one, am thrilled. The actress will star in the CBS drama Ringer, as we just so happened to detail for you last month. Now, the interwebs are a-buzz with the news that she won’t be alone. Someone else is returning to television to co-star with her.
Actor Nestor Carbonell, who I remember best as funny man Luis Rivera on Suddenly Susan, but who more recently portrayed Richard Alpert on LOST and Declan Rand for two episodes of Psych, is also headed to Ringer.
It was The Examiner that reported Carbonell will portray the “FBI agent in charge of keeping Bridget (Gellar) safe so she can testify against the mob.” He “tracks her down and gets to know her ‘sister.’”
The word sister is important because Gellar is playing two, twin ladies, one who is “troubled” and the other who is “wealthy”. In fact, her main character (the troubled one) is pretending to be her sister (the wealthy one), in an attempt to escape the mob. Which means, we in the audience, get to wait and see if the FBI agent is smart enough to figure out he’s dealing with the wrong twin. Heck, we can wonder if the mob will catch wise, too.