'The Good Wife' Exclusive: First Look at Leelee Sobieski's guest role
Image Credit: John Paul Filo/CBSThe parade of guest stars marching through CBS’ vaunted legal drama The Good Wife just doesn’t stop. Last night’s new episode featured Michael J. Fox in a killer role, and in January, the Golden Globe- and Emmy-nominated Leelee Sobieski—who starred in memorable TV movies like 1999’s Joan of Arc and 2001’s Uprising—shows up. EW has your first look at her guest role above! As Michael Ausiello reported previously, Sobieski will guest-star as the girlfriend of one of Lockhart-Gardner-Bond’s most influential clients. Said client—and Sobieski—are accused of using prescription stimulants. You’ll notice that series regular Matt Czuchry—who plays Cary, the foe of central character Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies)—also appears in the photo. Will Leelee’s character and Cary be working together in some capacity? Looks like we’ll have to wait until January to find out.
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