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Nathan Fillion: less “Desperate Housewives,” more king of the “Castle”! (Even Mr. Media groans!)


"Castle" is a comedic crime procedural about a famous mystery novelist, Nick Castle, who is bored with his own success. When a real-world copycat murderer starts staging scenes from Nick's novels, Nick is teamed up with NYPD Detective Kate Beckett and the challenge gets his blood pumping as he steps in to help solve the crime. Nick and Beckett's styles instantly clash and sparks begin to fly, leading both to danger and a hint of romance. Nick is kept grounded by his Broadway diva mother, quick-witted teenage daughter and his long-suffering ex-wife... who happens to be his editor.

"Castle" stars Nathan Fillion as Castle, Stana Katic as Beckett, Molly Quinn as Alexis, Susan Sullivan as Martha, Monet Mazur as Gina and Ruben Santiago-Hudson as Capt. Montgomery.

Fillion was recently a series regular on "Desperate Housewives," playing Dr. Adam Mayfair, the new neighbor on Wisteria Lane and much younger husband of Katherine Mayfair (Dana Delany). On the big screen he was most recently seen in Waitress, a romantic comedy with Keri Russell.

Fillion's other film credits include Slither, White Noise 2, Serenity, Saving Private Ryan, Water's Edge, Blast from the Past, Dracula 2000 and Doubting Reilly. On television, Fillion earned an Emmy nomination for his role in the daytime drama "One Life to Live." Other TV credits include the ABC movie-of-the-week "Ordeal in the Arctic," as well as roles in the series "Drive," "Two Guys and a Girl," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Pasadena" and "Miss Match."
Nathan Fillion
Nathan Fillion, “Castle”

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