Enrique Murciano and Wendy Moniz Join 666 Park Avenue

666 Park Avenue is one of ABC’s most anticipated shows as the drama dives into demons and passions that aren’t explored in most primetime dramas. The show follows a young couple (played by Dave Annable and Rachael Taylor) who are hired as managers of The Drake apartments. They have no idea that the residents sold their souls to the devil in return for fulfilled passions. Each episode will follow a different resident as they deal with inner demons, ignoring any consequences.

TV Guide reports that Without a Trace star Enrique Murciano and One Life to Live’s Wendy Moniz will appear on the freshman drama. According to the news source, Moniz will appear on the Oct. 14 episode as Ingrid, a therapist working with one resident to overcome her problems. Ingrid wants resident Nona to open up to her, but has trouble truly connecting with her as they discuss her demons.

Murciano will appear in the fifth episode as young surgeon Dr. Todd Scott who moves into The Drake. He’s young, successful and attractive, causing tension with a young couple in the building. He begins tending to a woman, handing out prescriptions and making personal house calls- bringing out a jealous side of her husband. Though it’s not ill-intended, anything can happen as Scott is also dealing with his own demons.

ABC is working hard to hype its upcoming drama, and one way to do this is with an all star cast. Not only will major guest stars appear throughout the season, the cast includes Vanessa Williams, Erik Palladeno and Robert Buckley.

666 Park Avenue will make its devious premiere on September 30 at 10/9c on ABC.

- 666 Park Avenue
- Enrique Murciano
- Wendy Moniz

Written by: mawarner
Aug 14th, 2012, 9:38 pm

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