Rachelle Lefevre Joins Cast of A Gifted Man

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Rachelle Lefevre's knowledge of the undead should come in handy this fall.

The former Twilight star has joined the cast of A Gifted Man, an upcoming drama on CBS that focuses on a surgeon (played by Patrick Wilson), who starts seeing/communicating with his late ex-wife.

Check out a promo for the series here:

Lefevre - last seen on Off the Map - will portray a doctor named Kate. Look for her character to work at a family clinic where Michael starts spending a majority of his time, due to advice from his deceased former flame.

A Gifted Man premieres on Friday, September 23.

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