Addison Timlin Cast In The Lowenfish Party

February 25, 2011
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Actress Addison Timlin of Californication fame has been cast in The Lowenfish Party. Get the scoop behind the star’s new movie role and see videos and photos of the Timlin below the fold.

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Previously part of the canceled series The Cashmere Mafia, actress Addison Timlin has found new life with her role as the outrageous character Sasha Bingham in Showtime’s Californication. In the role of one of Hank Moody’s new love interest and actress, Timlin is definitely turning heads. And now that things are on the up and up for the actress it looks like she just scored a new role in the movie The Lowenfish Party.

Rumored to be part of the cast in director Wendey Stanzler’s (Sex and the City) latest film, Addison is set to play the role of Simone. The Lowenfish follows six teens all from different cliques in their Senior class (think a modern day Breakfast Club) who all must survive a night hiding out together after a party they are out gets raided.

Joining Timlin in the Jason Ubaldi penned script is Glee star Kevin McHale, Michael Trevino, singer Bow Wow, Sara Paxton, and actor Toby Hemingway. The movie is set to film in Detroit and will be produced through Cheyenne Enterprises. An official release date foe the 2011 drama has yet to be revealed.

This isn’t the first movie role for Addison Timlin, the Pennsylvania native starred in the 2005 movie Derailed as well as a few short films over the years like Man and Afterschool. The twenty-year old star of Californication star, who bares it all in the racy series, also brags a decent list of TV series appearances such as Law and Order and 3Lbs. Adding The Lowenfish Party to her current resume should really rounds things out for the child actor! What do you think? Drop us a line below.

See videos and photos of actress Addison Timlin below.

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