All My Children fans can look forward to a blast from the past if they tune in to CBS' upcoming drama FBI: Most Wanted. The spinoff of FBI has cast Alana De La Garza (ex-Rosa Santos) in a lead role.
Having been given a series commitment last month, FBI: Most Wanted centers on the division of the FBI tasked with tracking and capturing the notorious criminals on the Most Wanted list. According to Deadline, De La Garza, best known for her role as Law & Order's Connie Rubirosa, has signed on to play A.S.A.C. (Assistant Special Agent in Charge) Isobel Castile, Fugitive Squad Supervisor, polished and focused West Point graduate with a brief stint in Silicon Valley. "She's a rising star who shuns politics and is a guided missile in the field," the online publication teases.
Previously announced cast members include Julian McMahon in the role of Jess Lacroix, who oversees the FBI's Most Wanted list, and Keisha Castle-Hughes in the role of FBI analyst Lynn Khanna. The characters are set to be introduced in an episode of FBI airing later this season.
De La Garza took on the role of AMC's Rosa, the Santos clan's youngest daughter, in 2001. Her time on the ABC soap opera was short-lived; she left that same year and later went on to find primetime success in shows like The Mountain, The Book of Daniel, Law & Order, Law & Order: LA, CSI: Miami, Do No Harm, Forever, Scorpion, and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders.
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