Vanessa Williams, Dave Annable to star in new ABC show
The Hudson Valley will be well represented on TV this fall as three actors with area roots will appear on the highly anticipated ABC drama, “666 Park Avenue,” set to premiere in September.
Vanessa Williams, a Chappaqua native, and Dave Annable, who was born in Suffern and grew up in Walden, headline the supernatural series about a Manhattan apartment building whose tenants have sold their souls to the Devil in exchange for their greatest desires.
Annable plays Henry Martin, one-half of a Midwestern couple who move into the building, unaware of the secrets within. Williams co-stars as Olivia Doran, the gorgeous but mysterious wife of the building’s wealthy owner, Gavin Doran, played by “Lost” star Terry O’Quinn.
Both Annable and Williams have starred on past ABC dramas: Annable in “Brothers & Sisters,” which ended in 2011, and Williams in the hit series “Desperate Housewives,” which aired its series finale earlier this month.
Another local actor, Yonkers native Erik Palladino, will also appear on the series.
“666 Park Avenue” will air on Sundays at 10 p.m. on ABC. To see the trailer, go to beta.abc.go.com/shows/666-park-avenue.