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DEPRAVITY: Katharine McPhee cast in Paul Tamasy, Dennis Lehane Film

Katharine McPhee Golden Globes 2013

Katharine McPhee cast in Depravity. The casting of Katharine McPhee in Depravity answers the question of who will star in the Paul Tamasy directed film. Katharine McPhee plays the twenty-something scapegoat in the film for a “group of roommates [who] accidentally kill an innocent man they thought was a thrill killer. It sends the group into a world unhinged from any moral compass, one in which they may be forced to confront not only the evil around them but the evil within them as well.”

On the people behind-the-scenes of Depravity: “The film is being produced by Dorothy Aufiero and Todd Eckert.”

On Katharine McPhee:

In early 2007, McPhee guest-starred in the web series, lonelygirl15 as an unnamed character in the episode “Truth Or Dare”.[27] McPhee made a cameo appearance as herself on the ABC show Ugly Betty in the episode “I’m Coming Out”. The episode was broadcast February 1, 2007. During the 2007 Christmas holiday season, McPhee released a Christmas single “O Come All Ye Faithful”.

McPhee made her studio acting debut in the comedy The House Bunny, co-starring as one of the few members of a misfit sorority. The movie, released in August 2008, starred Anna Faris as a Playboy Bunny who took the girls under her wing. It was directed by Fred Wolf for Columbia Pictures and produced by Adam Sandler’s Happy Madison Productions. McPhee released a cover of the song “I Know What Boys Like”, featuring the other cast members of the movie The House Bunny.

McPhee guest starred on the CBS show CSI: NY in the episode “Prey” as a singer and stalker victim who murdered her stalker. The episode was broadcast April 8, 2009.

McPhee appeared on the Jan 19, 2010 episode of the NBC reality show The Biggest Loser (its ninth season) in the show’s Pound for Pound Challenge segment (an initiative to challenge viewers to get healthy while helping to fight hunger in their own communities).

McPhee guest starred on the NBC comedy Community in the episode “Basic Genealogy” as Chevy Chase’s character’s ex-stepdaughter and potential love interest for Joel McHale’s character. The episode was broadcast March 11, 2010.

In February 2011, it was announced that McPhee had landed a starring role in the NBC TV pilot Smash, also starring Debra Messing, Megan Hilty, Jack Davenport, Anjelica Huston, Christian Borle, and Brian d’Arcy James. In May 2011, NBC picked up Smash as a series. The series, set as a musical drama, follows a group of characters who come together to put on a Broadway musical inspired by Marilyn Monroe.

McPhee co-starred in director David Ellis’ shark thriller indie film Shark Night 3D, which was released September 2, 2011.

On March 26, 2012, Smash was renewed for a second season. McPhee recorded a voiceover for the Fox animated series Family Guy, for the episode “You Can’t Do That On Television, Peter”, playing the voice of Mother Maggie. The episode was broadcast April 1, 2012.

McPhee had a cameo role as a singer performing at a festival for the feature film Peace, Love & Misunderstanding which stars Jane Fonda and was filmed in upstate New York. McPhee filmed her cameo in September 2010. The film was released to theaters in limited release June 8, 2012.

In early 2009, McPhee was cast in a lead role in the independent $6 million romantic-comedy You May Not Kiss the Bride., which was filmed in Hawaii. McPhee played the role of Masha, alongside Dave Annable.

Katharine McPhee images:

Katharine McPhee Smiling

Katharine McPhee Smiling


Katharine McPhee Golden Globes 2013

Katharine McPhee Golden Globes 2013


Katharine McPhee

Katharine McPhee


Katharine McPhee Blond Had it All

Katharine McPhee Blond Had it All


Katharine McPhee Golden Globes 2013

Katharine McPhee Red Dress


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