Miles Doleac Joins CW’s ‘Containment’; Megan Neuringer In NBC’s ‘Imaginary Friend’ Pilot

Miles Doleac (Banshee) has booked a recurring role on The CW’s upcoming drama Containment. Produced by Warner Bros. TV, Containment chronicles the fallout from a mysterious and deadly epidemic in Atlanta, which prompts a vast urban quarantine, forcing those stuck on the inside to fight for their lives while local and federal officials desperately search for a cure. It premieres in 2016. Doleac will play Captain Lee Scott, the National Guard captain placed in charge of security when a large portion of the city of Atlanta is quarantined. Doleac’s other credits include Vacation and the upcoming The Magnificent Seven remake. He also directs; his new film The Hollow is due for release in 2016.

Actress/writer Megan Neuringer has landed the lead role in NBC’s Imaginary Friend pilot, which was one of the winners of this year’s NBC Playground Competition. The comedy, produced by Hazy Mills and written by Kassia Miller, centers on an intelligent yet unmotivated woman (Neuringer) who discovers a special and unexpected way of dealing with her mediocre life. Neuringer’s other acting credits include the indie rom-com Slow Learners opposite Adam Pally. She also recurred as a panelist on VH1’s Best Week Ever, and appeared on @Midnight. As a writer, Neuringer is currently on staff for TV Land’s Soul Man. She is repped by APA, 3 Arts Entertainment and Ginsburg Daniels.

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