Private Practice has enlisted yet another attractive face to join the cast: Cristián de la Fuente.
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The In Plain Sight heartthrob will show up on the medical drama in late October/early November, reports Entertainment Weekly. No word yet on ...
For those who miss seeing Cristian de la Fuente waltzing around Dancing with the Stars, fret not! De la Fuente returns as Mary McCormick's on-again-off-again boyfriend, Rafael, in the second season of USA's In Plain Sight (which premieres Sunday, April 19, 10 pm/ET). TVGuide.com spoke to De la Fuente about why Raf stays with Mary, when he might actually pop the question again and who he thinks should go home with the mirrorball trophy on Dancing with the Stars.
TVGuide.com: Why do you think Rafael sticks around when Mary clearly has so many issues?
Cristian de la Fuente: Well, maybe it's because of that. We all have this idea that we can help our loved ones solve their issues...
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It would seem that he's got moves other than those he showed on the Dancing with the Stars dance floor. Cristian de la Fuente has been bumped up to series regular status for In Plain Sight's second season, a USA Network rep tells TVGuide.com. As Rafael Ramirez, de la Fuente plays the boyfriend of Mary McCormack's U.S. Marshall Mary Shannon.In Plain Sight, which wrapped up its freshman run on Sunday night, was awarded a second season pick-up in late July. Matt MitovichRelated: USA Sets Start for Wife, Renews Plain Sight
Perched on a podium in the middle of Wisteria Lane, on Monday Eva Longoria Parker and Cristian de la Fuente announced the 2008 nominees for this year's ALMA Awards (American Latino Media Arts), plus spoke about some their own experiences, both personal and professional. During the event, Longoria Parker confided that, years ago, she had been a seat filler for the award show. Now, a decade later, not only has she won several of the ALMA trophies, but she also might consider the new role of a mom — off camera. "I can't wait for real motherhood!" she gushed.While Longoria Parker, who is executive producing and hosting the telecast, is not in the running this year, some of the notable nominees include Battlestar Galactica's Edward James Olmos and Without a Trace's Roselyn Sanchez. The annual award show, to be broadcast Sept. 12 on ABC, honors the work of Latinos in Hollywood. Following the announcements, de la Fuente told TVGuide.com how much things had changed in Hollywood since...