Darby Stanchfield: Still Caught Up In The 'Scandal'

Darby Stanchfield co-stars on ‘Scandal' where it seems the entire cast is wondering about the fate of Olivia Pope - who's been kidnapped.

Check out the full video interview HERE with Darby Stanchfield on our FOX 11 YouTube Channel.

Fun facts about Darby Stanchfield:

Darby recently wrapped production on the period piece Medicine Men, opposite James Le Gros and Allan Corduner, which was written and directed by Guy Malim. The film explores what happens when an Old Western town is beset upon by a plague. Darby plays the town nurse, "Clementine Bell". The film will be released in 2015.

Prior to this, Darby was featured in season two of AMC's Emmy® Award-winning drama Mad Men. In the hit series, Darby played the role of "Helen Bishop," a liberal single mother who relishes in stirring up controversy with "Betty Draper," the wife of an iconic advertising guru. Darby starred alongside a notable cast including Jon Hamm, January Jones, Christina Hendricks and Elisabeth Moss.

Other television credits include starring opposite Nathan Fillion in ABC's crime thriller Castle; a recurring role as "Shannon Gibbs" on CBS's military drama NCIS; and a spot on CBS's action-packed series Jericho where she played "April Green." In addition, Darby has appeared in roles across a host of successful television series including Burn Notice, CSI: Miami, How I Met Your Mother, CSI: New York, The Mentalist, Private Practice, Bones, Nip/Tuck, Without a Trace, and Monk.

In film, Darby's credits include Adrienne Shelley's critically acclaimed "Waitress," opposite Nathan Fillion and Keri Russell, and an adaptation of Oscar Wilde's "The Picture of Dorian Gray" co-starring opposite Josh Duhamel

Darby can be heard in a recording of Neil Simon's "Biloxi Blues" with Josh Radnor and Justine Bateman, part of an ongoing series of radio plays LA Theatre Works produces for NPR.

Originally from Dutch Harbor, Alaska, Darby is a graduate of The American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco where she received a Master's degree in Fine Arts. She currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

‘Scandal' airs Thursday nights at 9:00pm on ABC.

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