Murphy, according to press notes, "will play Berta, a savvy financial representative with ties to Boris' bank whose nefarious plans hinge on the one person Boris trusts – Hank."
Murphy won Tony Awards for her performances in Passion and The King and I and was Tony-nominated for Wonderful Town, Lovemusik and The People in the Picture. She will soon be seen in the new television series "Hindsight."
Season six of "Royal Pains" promises "to bring more fun and sun, and a host of celebrity guest stars to the Hamptons. When we last saw Hank (Mark Feuerstein), he was embarking on a trip around the world, to provide medical care for Boris ( Campbell Scott). This season, Hank will return to shockingly discover that his HankMed family has moved on without him. Evan (Paulo Costanzo) and Paige (Brooke D'Orsay) continue to see the unconventional couples therapist who saved their marriage, Jeremiah ( Ben Shenkman) is in charge of the practice and Divya (Reshma Shetty) is a self-sufficient single mom. What will Hank's role be in this new family dynamic?"
The series is written and executive-produced by Andrew Lenchewski and Michael Rauch. Rich Frank also serves as executive producer along with Jeff Kwatinetz from Prospect Park. Connie Burge, Carol Flint and Jon Sherman are executive producers. Jack Bernstein and Jessica Ball are co-executive produce. The series comes from Universal Cable Productions.