Former NYPD Blue star Rick Schroder is teaming up with Kiefer Sutherland for the sixth season of hit TV series 24.
Schroder signed on for a regular role in the series, which kicks off with a two-night premiere in the US on 14 and 15 January (07).
He will play Counter Terrorism Unit operative MIKE DOYLE, who joins with Sutherland's character Jack Bauer to pull off key field operations.
The series has recruited several high-profile cast members recently including Chad Lowe, Regina King, Powers Boothe, Peter MacNicol, James Cromwell, Kal Penn and David Hunt.
Hilary Swank's estranged husband Chad Lowe's flagging career has been given a boost - he'll join the cast of hit drama 24 next season.
The acting brother of movie star Rob Lowe will play politician REED POLLOCK when the sixth season of 24 debuts in America in January (07).
Lowe won't be the only big name new face in the cast - he'll be joined by former Ally Mcbeal star Peter MacNicol, Regina King, James Cromwell and KAL PENN.
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