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[06/30/05 - 12:00 AM]
Angie Harmon ('Law & Order') Returns to NBC as a Maverick Fertility Doctor in the New Drama 'Inconceivable'

[via press release from NBC]

ANGIE HARMON ('LAW & ORDER') RETURNS TO NBC AS A MAVERICK FERTILITY DOCTOR IN THE NEW DRAMA 'INCONCEIVABLE'

ANGIE HARMON ('LAW & ORDER') RETURNS TO NBC AS A MAVERICK FERTILITY DOCTOR IN THE NEW DRAMA 'INCONCEIVABLE'

BURBANK - June 30, 2005 - Angie Harmon (NBC's "Law & Order") joins the new ensemble drama series "Inconceivable" (Fridays, 10-11 p.m. ET), as Dr. Nora Campbell, a brilliant and ambitious reproductive specialist who also becomes a loose cannon at a fertility clinic.

"We are looking forward to having such a talented, passionate actress as Angie back on NBC," said Kevin Reilly, President, NBC Entertainment. "Her dramatic presence adds to the luster of a great ensemble cast for this challenging and controversial new series."

"Inconceivable" is an ensemble drama that concerns the Family Options Fertility Clinic, where one of the most complicated questions is to conceive -- or not to conceive. The clinic co-founders are attorney Rachel Lu (Ming-Na, NBC's Emmy-winning "ER") and Dr. Malcolm Bowers (Jonathan Cake, "Fallen") and their staff, including psychologist Lydia Crawford (guest-starring Alfre Woodard, "Beauty Shop"), Nurse Patrice LoCicero (Joelle Carter, "American Pie 2"), office manager Marissa Jaffee (Mary Catherine Garrison, "How to Deal") and attorney Scott Garcia (David Noro?a, "Mr. Sterling").

From 1998-2001, Harmon starred as Assistant District Attorney Abbie Carmichael on NBC's "Law & Order" and starred opposite Eric Roberts on "C-16: FBI."

Among Harmon's other television credits are "Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker," an animated series that featured her voice as the police commissioner, and several guest appearances on NBC's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," where she reprised her role as A.D.A Carmichael.

She has appeared in the feature films, "Good Advice," "The Deal," and "Agent Cody Banks." She will be seen later this year opposite Jim Carrey in "Fun with Dick and Jane" and will then star opposite Cuba Gooding Jr. in "End Game."

Harmon, who is married to former New York Giants defensive back, Jason Sehorn, gave birth to their second daughter, Avery Grace, on June 22. Her first daughter, Finley Faith, will be 2 in October.

"Inconceivable" is a Tollin/Robbins production in association with Touchstone Television. Mike Tollin ("Smallville"), Brian Robbins ("Smallville"), Joe Davola ("Smallville"), Oliver Goldstick ("Desperate Housewives") and Marco Pennette ("What I Like About You") serve as executive producers.





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· DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES (ABC)
· ER (NBC)
· INCONCEIVABLE (NBC)
· LAW & ORDER (NBC)
· LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT (NBC)
· MISTER STERLING (NBC)
· SMALLVILLE (CW)
· WHAT I LIKE ABOUT YOU (WB)





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