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Eden Riegel to Guest Star in 'Criminal Minds' on October 15

Eden Riegel will play a key role in the October 15 episode of Criminal Minds on CBS.
Emmy Award-winning actress Eden Riegel (All My Children, Imaginary Bitches) will guest star in the October 15 episode of CBS primetime drama Criminal Minds, titled "A Thousand Suns."

When a passenger jet crashes in Colorado, the BAU team is called to build a profile around the suspicious circumstances. The case hits close to home for Kate (Jennifer Love Hewitt), who is reminded of a family tragedy.

Riegel plays Shelley Hicks, the co-pilot's wife.

Criminal Minds stars Joe Mantegna as David Rossi, Thomas Gibson as Aaron Hotchner, Shemar Moore as Derek Morgan, Matthew Gray Gubler as Dr. Spencer Reid, A.J. Cook as Jennifer “JJ” Jareau, Kirsten Vangsness as Penelope Garcia, Jennifer Love Hewitt as Kate Callahan.

Eden Riegel as Shelley Hicks in Criminal Minds.
Also guest starring in "A Thousand Suns" are John Grady as Hayman Vasher, Eyal Podell as Charlie Hosswell, Deidrie Henry as Commander Jumilla Reardon, Jed Sura as Frank Canvers, Charles Carroll as Galen Petosky, Justin Arnold as David Marshak, Patricia Tallman as Captain Margot Nolan, Bill Coelius as Morris Perrault, Sean Cook as Will, Vic Chao as Co-Pilot Phillip Tran, Chelsea Kurtz as Fiancée, Natalie Lymor as Bridesmaid, Kami Koren as Trans Alliance Rep #1, Anny Rosario as Mother, Sean Bury as Father, John M. Keating as Male Passenger, Joanne Spracklen as Female Passenger, Kevin Michael Brown as Businessman, Ty Mayberry as News Anchor, and David Babich as Interatlantic Air Passenger.

Criminal Minds airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.


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