ABC's Eli Stone: Meet the Cast
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
From the producers of Brothers & Sisters comes a new legal drama called Eli Stone, which is about a lawyer who begins to think he might be a prophet. Scheduled for ABC’s 2007-2008 lineup, Eli Stone has been initially picked up for 13 episodes.

Eli Stone is a one-hour drama about a lawyer who has built a successful career at a renowned law firm in San Francisco. As one of the best, he is known for representing only the biggest and richest corporations, while screwing over the underdogs. However, he experiences a series of strange hallucinations and attempts to search for a deeper meaning to his life while struggling not to lose his job and destroy his relationship with his girlfriend, who happens to be the daughter of his boss. Eventually, Eli discovers an aneurysm in his brain and questions his condition if it is medical or something prophetic.

Read on to find out more about the cast.

Jonny Lee Mille stars as Eli Stone. This 34-year old actor is best known for his roles in Hackers, Trainspotting, and Melinda and Melinda. He’s also known as the former and first husband of Angelina Jolie.

Victor Garber stars as Jordan Wethersby. This six-time Emmy Award-nominated Canadian film, stage and television actor is popularly known for his portrayal of Jack Bristow on the spy series Alias.

Natasha Henstridge stars as Taylor Wethersby. This Canadian fashion model turned actress is known for her work in Species I and II.

Loretta Devine stars as Patti. This native of Houston, Texas, has graced many television series such as Grey’s Anatomy, Supernatural, and Introducing Dorothy Dandridge.

Sam Jaeger stars as Matt Dows. Jaeger is known for his role in Catch and Release.

Laura Benanti stars as Beth Keller. This 27-year old musical theater actress has performed in many plays including The Sound of Music, Into the Woods, and The Wedding Singer.

James Saito stars as Dr. Chen. Saito is known for his role in I Think I Love My Wife.

Eli Stone is produced by ABC Studios with Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, and Ken Olin.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

Source: ABC Medianet

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