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[05/22/06 - 12:00 AM]
ABC Family Casts Christopher Gorham and Reunites Buffy Couple Nicholas Brendon and Charisma Carpenter in the Original Movie 'Relative Chaos'

[via press release from ABC Family]

ABC FAMILY CASTS CHRISTOPHER GORHAM AND REUNITES BUFFY COUPLE NICHOLAS BRENDON AND CHARISMA CARPENTER IN THE ORIGINAL MOVIE 'RELATIVE CHAOS'

Football Legend Terry Bradshaw Scores Playing Family Patriarch

Burbank, CA (May 22, 2006) � ABC Family has cast Christopher Gorham (�Jake 2.0,� "Felicity"), Nicholas Brendon ("Buffy The Vampire Slayer"), Charisma Carpenter ("Veronica Mars," "Buffy The Vampire Slayer") and football legend Terry Bradshaw ("Failure To Launch") to star in the original movie RELATIVE CHAOS which will begin principal photography this month in Halifax. Mayko Nguyen, Fiona Reid and Jenn Robertson round out the cast. The movie is set to premiere in September 2006.

In RELATIVE CHAOS, a family reunion takes sibling rivalry to a new level. Will Gilbert (Terry Bradshaw) decided to instill confidence and rhyming names upon his kids Dil (Gorham), Gil (Brendon) and Lil (Robertson), by creating an annual week of competitive games where the winner takes home the family trophy, The Gilbert Cup. Never victorious, the last thing Dil wants is to spend time with his siblings and parents, but his new girlfriend Katherine (Carpenter) a highly driven business consultant, has vowed that this will be Dil's year � even if it kills him.

Produced by vonZerneck/Sertner Films in association with Sony Pictures Television, the film is directed by Steven Robman ("Hello Sister Goodbye Life," "Gilmore Girls") with the teleplay by Matt Goldman, and executive produced by Frank von Zerneck ("For One Night") and Robert M. Sertner ("For One Night"), with Randy Sutter and Richard Fischoff serving as producers.

Distributed in over 89 million homes, ABC Family features original movies, series and specials. Storytelling about today's relationships � with all of their diversity, dysfunction, humor and passion.





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· BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER (UPN)
· FELICITY (WB)
· FOR ONE NIGHT (LIFETIME)
· GILMORE GIRLS (CW)
· HELLO SISTER, GOODBYE LIFE! (ABC FAMILY)
· RELATIVE CHAOS (ABC FAMILY)
· VERONICA MARS (CW)





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