Greg Grunberg (Heroes, Alias) has been cast to co-star in the upcoming Lifetime Original Movie Bond of Silence alongside Kim Raver (Grey’s Anatomy, 24). The film, inspired by a true story, will premiere on the number one women’s network this summer.
In Bond of Silence, Raver stars as Katy McIntosh, a widow whose husband Bob is mysteriously murdered while trying to quell a wild teenage house party on New Year’s Eve. Searching for answers about her husband’s death, Katy faces a shroud of secrecy from the teens and their protective parents as they attempt to prevent her from finding out the truth. Grunberg stars as Paul Jackson, the detective helping Katy uncover the secrets behind what really happened.
Grunberg is best known for his roles as police detective “Matt Parkman” in the award-winning series Heroes, “Eric Weiss” on Alias and “Sean” in Felicity. In the fall, he will be starring in NBC’s new one-hour love anthology series Love Bites. Grunberg has appeared in multiple episode arcs on NYPD Blue and has guest-starred on shows such as House and Monk. His feature film credits include Mission: Impossible III, Malibu’s Most Wanted, The Ladykillers, Hollow Man, Austin Powers in Goldmember, The Muse, BASEketball, The Trigger Effect and Dinner & Driving.
Bond of Silence is executive produced by Patricia Clifford (Lifetime’s Sorority Wars), Ted Bauman (Lifetime Movie Network’s Seven Deadly Sins), Michael Jaffe and Howard Braunstein (Lifetime’s The Memory Keeper’s Daughter). Peter Werner (Lifetime’s Army Wives, Ghost Whisperer) will direct the screenplay by Edithe Swensen (Lifetime’s Who is Clark Rockefeller?) and Teena Booth (Lifetime’s The Pregnancy Pact). Bauman Productions and Jaffe-Braunstein Entertainment will produce.