Virginia has landed the lead in Scoundrels, an ABC dramedy about a family of small-town criminals who attempt to go straight after the patriarch is sent to prison.
Virginia would play the mom. The show which has been picked up for eight episodes (all of them slated to air this summer) is based on the New Zealand series “Outrageous Fortune”.
Richard Levine and Lyn Greene (“Nip/Tuck“) wrote “Scoundrels” and will serve as executive producers/showrunners on the ABC Studios-produced series.
More information will be posted as soon it’s available!
The first two episode stills of Virginia playing Trudy “T. K.” Jensen on Monk have been released! I have just added both stills in hi-resolution to the gallery and screen captures from the episode will be up following the airing. Click on the previews below to see the album. Enjoy!
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TV Photography > Monk > [Episode Stills] – “Happy Birthday, Mr. Monk” Episode 8010
Great news!! Virginia is set to guest star on a three-episode arc on the eighth and final season of the hit comedy series Monk.
She will play T.K. Jensen, a love interest for Capt. Leland Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine).
Wanted to give a quick update to remind you supernatural hit “The Haunting in Connecticut” out in stores this week and available on DVD, Two-Disc DVD and Blu-ray so don’t forget to buy your copy!
Bonus Materials includes:
* Commentary by Director Peter Cornwell, co-writer Adam Simon, producer Andrew Trapani and editor Tom Elkins
* Director Peter Cornwell and actors Virginia Madsen and Kyle Gallner
* Deleted scenes with optional director commentary
* Two Dead Boys: Making of The Haunting in Connecticut
* The Fear is Real: Re-Investigating the Haunting
* Memento Mori: The History of Post Mortem Photography
* Anatomy of a Haunting
* Digital Copy
I am so happy to announce that Virginia has a new movie role. She will star opposite Kevin Spacey as his ex-wife Lorainne in the comedy “Father of Invention.”
The movie will be produced by Trigger Street Prods.’ Spacey and Dana Brunetti plus Jonathan Krane and Ken Barbet. Trent Cooper directs from a script he wrote with Krane and Nichole Beatty. Scott Lumpkin exec produces. Lensing is under way.
“Father of Invention” centers on a humble inventor-turned-egomaniacal billionaire who loses it all when one of his inventions goes horribly awry. After eight years in federal prison, he returns to discover his ex-wife (Virginia’s role) has spent his fortune and remarried.
Camilla Belle, Heather Graham, Craig Robison and Johnny Knoxville also star.
In other news but same topic about roles, Virginia no longer appearing in the movie ‘Amelia’ as Dorothy Binney Putnam. She says her character was left on the cutting room floor plus she really enjoyed filming scenes for the movie and she is ready for her next flick!!
Last year, Virginia opened her own production company called “Title IX Productions” and the first film she’s going to produce for her company is “The Bell Jar”, an adaption of Sylvia Plath’s autobiographical fiction novel starring Julia Stiles as a young writer Esther Greenwood.
The company has previously developed first into the production of a documentary, “I Know a Woman Like That“, directed by Virginia’s talented mother Elaine, a writer, and spotlighting a series of remarkable women between the ages of 64 and 94, a testament to age increasing wisdom. Featuring women including Rita Moreno and Lauren Hutton.
The production will start to film on July in upstate New York. Virginia is gonna play a small role but I will post more as soon as I get more infomation.