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On NBC’s “Outlaw,” Carly Pope plays Lucinda Pearl, a wildly unorthodox private investigator who uses her sex appeal and wit to gather information for Cyrus Garza (Jimmy Smits). Pope has recurred on critically acclaimed television shows such as “24,” “Dirt” and “Californication.” On the feature-film side, Pope recently wrapped the sequel to “SWAT” opposite Gabriel Macht. She can also be seen in “Textuality” as the lead opposite Eric McCormack. Prior to that, she starred in the controversial Toronto International Film Festival favorite, “Young People F****.” Many also remember Pope opposite Al Pacino and Matthew McConaughey in “Two For the Money” and alongside Colin Hanks and Jack Black in “Orange County.” Pope got an early start in her hometown of Vancouver, B.C. with various television and film work before landing the plum role of Sam on the series “Popular,” which aired for two years, launching her career. After “Popular” was cancelled, Pope returned to Vancouver where she continued to win new fans and impress industry insiders and the media with her insightful and sensitive portrayals. Pope is a Leo Award winner for her work on the series “The Collector.” Starring Emmy Award winner Jimmy Smits ("NYPD Blue," "The West Wing"), "Outlaw" is a new drama from creator and executive producer John Eisendrath ("Alias," "Felicity"). Few jobs are guaranteed for a lifetime, and a Supreme Court appointment is a position that no one ever quits -- unless he is Cyrus Garza (Smits). A playboy and a gambler, Justice Garza always adhered to a strict interpretation of the law until he realized the system he believed in was flawed. Now, he's quit the bench and returned to private practice. Using his inside knowledge of the justice system, Garza and his team will travel across the country taking on today's biggest and most controversial legal cases.