Broadway-Bound Thomas Sadoski to Star Opposite Edie Falco in CBS Drama Tommy

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The Tony nominee returns to Broadway later this season in Grand Horizons.
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Thomas Sadoski Marc J. Franklin

Thomas Sadoski, who is scheduled to return to Broadway this winter in Bess Wohl’s Grand Horizons, has joined the cast of the new CBS drama Tommy, according to Deadline.

The Tony nominee, who will join Emmy winner Edie Falco in the midseason series, replaces David Fierro, who starred in the pilot. The cast also includes Michael Chernus, Adelaide Clemens, Russell G. Jones, Olivia Lucy Phillip, and Joseph Lyle Taylor.

READ: Michael Urie, Thomas Sadoski, Ashley Park, More to Star in Broadway’s Grand Horizons

Sadoski will play the mayor of Los Angeles who appoints the city’s first female Chief of Police, Abigail “Tommy” Thomas (Falco), a former officer in the NYPD.

Last on Broadway in Other Desert Cities, Sadoski earned a Tony nomination for his performance in Reasons to Be Pretty and was a series regular on HBO’s The Newsroom. He was also seen in the CBS comedy Life in Pieces.

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