Marianne Muellerleile and Kathleen Noone will both be back for the series finally on August 11.
Previous Casting Briefs
Krissy Carlson will briefly step into the role of Fancy Crane on March 10 and 11 -- Emily Harper had a family emergency.
Danny Woodburn is back as a twisted Demon Elf on February 12.
Jill Remez is back as Juanita on February 12.
Andrea Evans and John Reilly will both be back on January 9.
Blair Redford has been cast in the contract role of Miguel Lopez-Fitzgerald, to debut on December 24. He is the third contract actor in the role.
Eva Tamargo's real-life daughter Gaby Lemus has been tapped to play Pilar in flashbacks that will air on November 21.
John Reilly will return as Alistair on December 10.
Chris Maleki will be seen as Spike again on December 11.
Previous Casting Briefs
Daphnée Duplaix Samuel will again appear as 'Valerie' on October 15.
Daniel Chalfa has been cast in the recurring role of Marty, aging the character to somewhere between six and eight years of age (approximately).
Jamie McMurray will appear as himself on September 26.
Adrian Zmed will again be seen as the floating head.
Roscoe Born will again appear as the prison warden on July 31.
Tonia Kalouria will appear as Dr. Tonia Wilson on August 10.
Kathleen Noone and Marianne Muellerleile will continue to be seen as Mrs. Wallace and Norma through the week of August 6.
Kathleen Noone and Marianne Muellerleile will be back as Mrs. Wallace and Norma on July 19.
Danny Woodburn is currently appearing as the demon elf.
Corie Vickers, Marjie Gum and Morgan Hawley will appear as school teachers at the Good Witch school starting June 28.
Georgia Engel will be playing Esmerelda, who heads up the 'good witch' school, starting on June 28. Kim Huber and Melissa Fahn will portray a young Tabitha and Esmerelda.
Sinqua Walls is back as Miles on June 21.
Bruce Gray is back as Judge Reilly on May 21.
Elizabeth Storm will appear as Sister Alice on May 21.
Erin Cardillo is back as Esmé on April 27.
Tonja Walker-Davidson will be back as Nancy Grace beginning April 11.
Bruce Gray will be continue to pop up in the coming weeks.
Tom Knickerbocker will play the Justice of the Peace on April 2.
Tess Alexandra Parker is back as the Charity imposter on February 9 and 12.
Jossara Jinaro will be seen again on February 12.
Richard Voigts (who briefly played Mickey on DOOL in 2004) will appear as a shop owner on March 5.
Bruce Gray will be seen as Judge Reilly on March 8 and 13.
The Scissor Sisters (Jake Shears, Babydaddy, Ana Matronic, Paddy Boom and Del Marquis, with JJ Garden on keyboards) will appear as themselves on February 8 and 9. Melissa Caulfield will appear as their fan, and TVGuide's Daniel Coleridge will be seen in the background.
James Ellis Lane will appear as a security guard on January 3.
Bruce French is back as Father Lonigan on January 3.
Despite the recent casting of Ned and Fancy, the show is rumored to still be out to cast a dark-haired man in his early twenties and a blonde in her mid-to-late twenties. Assumption is that the second blonde will be Fox's older sister (speculation still has it that Fancy is one of his older sisters).
Even with Galen Gering sticking around and Adrian Bellani in as Miguel, the casting call for 'Ric' is still out there, and fans are speculating that it will be a recast for Antonio.
Once again the show is said to be casting about for a new Hank Bennett. Unfortunately, it won't be a returning actor.
Rodney Van Johnson has been bumped to recurring status, effective sometime in 2006.