Thursday, November 17, 2005
04:03 PM PT
Brittany Snow is best known for playing good girl Meg Pryor on the family-friendly NBC series "American Dreams." She's about to shed that image in a big way, at least temporarily.
Snow is set to appear in a multi-episode arc of FX's "Nip/Tuck," playing a girl whose ugly worldview contrasts with her outward appearance. She'll make her debut on the for-grownups-only show Tuesday (Nov. 22) and is scheduled to appear in the next four episodes as well.
Her character, Ariel Alderman, will be the source of further misery for the already deeply disturbed Matt McNamara (John Hensley). Matt begins dating her, and her racist beliefs -- in Tuesday's episode, she compares plastic surgery to work done by Nazis -- lead him into a deeper hole.
This comes, of course, after he found out at the end of last season that the woman he loved had previously been a man, on top of numerous other calamities.
Prior to "American Dreams," Snow appeared on the CBS soap opera "The Guiding Light" for three years. She co-starred in the feature film "The Pacifier" earlier this year and will appear in the feature comedy "John Tucker Must Die," which