‘Downton Abbey’s Daisy Lewis Signs With Paradigm; Molly Ringwald Inks With Resolution; Cara Buono Signs With CESD

Paradigm has signed UK actress Daisy Lewis, who joined PBS’s hit drama Downtown Abbey this season playing a new love interest for Tom Branson. Lewis appeared last year in Radius-TWC’s Pusher remake and starred opposite Maggie Smith and Hugh Bonneville in 2009’s From Time To Time, written and directed by Downton Abbey‘s Julian Fellowes. She’s also appeared on Netflix’s Borgia and guested on Season 3 of BBC’s Doctor Who. Lewis is also repped by Independent Talent Group in the UK. Downton Abbey makes its U.S. Season 4 premiere on January 5.

Molly Ringwald has signed with Resolution. The actress is developing and exec producing a drama at Lifetime as a potential starring vehicle with Jon Scott Shepherd writing. Her credits range from the 1980s films Sixteen Candles, Pretty In Pink and The Breakfast Club to the 1996 ABC comedy Townies and a five-year run on The Secret Life Of The American Teenager. She continues to be managed by Untitled Entertainment.

Emmy-nominated Cara Buono has signed with CESD for theatrical representation. The actress, writer, and director, who earned her Emmy nod for her Season 4 turn as Dr. Faye Miller on AMC’s Mad Men, also appeared on the final two seasons of HBO’s The Sopranos. Buono’s small screen credits also include NBC’s Third Watch on which she was a regular, and guest spots this year on Castle and The Good Wife. On the big screen her recent credits include Matt Reeves’ vampire remake Let Me In and the upcoming indie The Discoverers. She’s managed by Brookside Artist Management.

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