April 12, 2006

“Numbers” co-star joins Woody Allen film

By Borys Kit

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - David Krumholtz, star of
the CBS crime drama "Numbers," has signed on to join Michelle
Williams in Woody Allen's untitled movie.

Like most of Allen's movies, story details are being kept
under wraps, though it is understood to focus on a trio of
young Americans in Paris. Production begins in the summer.

"Numbers," in which Krumholtz plays a brilliant
mathematician who helps his FBI agent brother (Rob Morrow)
solve crimes, is Friday's highest-rated primetime show and just
posted its highest numbers of the season Friday.

Krumholtz next appears on the big screen in Emilio
Estevez's ensemble drama "Bobby." His other recent feature
credits include "Serenity," "Ray" and "Harold & Kumar Go to
White Castle."

Reuters/Hollywood Reporter