Felicity Huffman to star in first acting role since prison stint for college admissions scandal: report
Felicity Huffman will soon find herself back on screen, according to a new report.
The “Desperate Housewives” actress, who was caught up in the infamous college admissions scandal and ended up serving 11 days out of her 14-day sentence in prison due to her involvement, has reportedly landed her first acting gig since her release from FCI Dublin last year.
Per Deadline, Huffman has signed on to star in an upcoming comedy for ABC inspired by the life of Susan Savage, the owner of Triple-A baseball franchise, the Sacramento River Cats.
The name of the series remained untitled at the moment, but the outlet reported on Monday that the show was pitched to Huffman by CEO of Kaplan Entertainment, Aaron Kaplan, and will be written by Becky Hartman Edwards.