Kristin Chenoweth, 'Good Christian Belles'

<b>Where you've seen her:</b> The Tony and Emmy winner played Olive Snook on <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP000009600" title="ABC (tv network)" href="/topic/economy-business-finance/media-industry/television-industry/abc-%28tv-network%29-ORCRP000009600.topic">ABC's</a> critically acclaimed "Pushing Daisies," the good witch in Broadway's <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ENTPM000000016" title="Wicked (musical)" href="/topic/entertainment/theater/music-theater/wicked-%28musical%29-ENTPM000000016.topic">"Wicked"</a> and April Rhodes, the drunken alumni with a golden voice, on "Glee."<br>
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<b>Character on this show:</b> Chenoweth will play Darlene Cockburn, a caustic society girl who aims to make a returning Dallas expat's life miserable in the ABC drama based on Kim Gatlin's book "Good Christian Bitches."<br>
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<b>Character similarities:</b> Her previous casting as a sassy (but snide) pepster makes Chenoweth a shoo-in as a believable Southern mean girl. No sign of a good witch in sight. Watch a preview <a href="http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/showtracker/2011/05/fall-tv-season-revenge-good-christian-belles.html">here</a>.
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( Casey Rodgers / Associated Press )

Where you've seen her: The Tony and Emmy winner played Olive Snook on ABC's critically acclaimed "Pushing Daisies," the good witch in Broadway's "Wicked" and April Rhodes, the drunken alumni with a golden voice, on "Glee."

Character on this show: Chenoweth will play Darlene Cockburn, a caustic society girl who aims to make a returning Dallas expat's life miserable in the ABC drama based on Kim Gatlin's book "Good Christian Bitches."

Character similarities: Her previous casting as a sassy (but snide) pepster makes Chenoweth a shoo-in as a believable Southern mean girl. No sign of a good witch in sight. Watch a preview here.

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