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Robert Bailey Jr. Joins Cast Of NBC Medical Drama Pilot 'After Hours'

Television
by Courtney
November 8, 2012 1:34 PM
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Robert Bailey Jr.

Robert Bailey Jr. has joined the cast of NBC’s hour-long medical drama pilot, After Hours, which follows the lives of workers during the graveyard shift at the ER at San Antonio Medical Center.

Bailey Jr. will play a character named Paul, described as a young, eager but squeamish resident at the hospital. He joins Brendan Fehr, Freddy RodriguezJeananne Goossen, Eoin Macken and Ken Leung.

The Pilot will be written and executive produced by Gabe Sachs and Jeff Judah with Pierre Morel directing the pilot.

If the series goes to order, it looks to be the first regular role for the youngster who's been featured in episodes of shows like Detroit 1-8-7, Memphis Beat, CSI: Miami and Raising the Bar.

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3 Comments

  • ALM | November 10, 2012 5:31 PMReply

    A resident? He looks like a baby! Congrats to him.

  • Kelea | November 10, 2012 1:11 AMReply

    Wybie! Haha...But seriously I've seen this kid in so much over the years, can't believe he's all grown up now. Geez time flies. I hope it goes well for him and the other cast members. Always good to see Freddy Rodriguez working.

  • D.C. Kirkwood | November 8, 2012 1:50 PMReply

    Thanks Shadow and Act for posting and keeping us up on newcomers. I like the veterans but I enjoy seeing fresh faces of men and women of color who are trying to get their start in the business. Keep up the good work.

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