The actress joins in a guest voice-over role on The CW series
Elizabeth Hurley won't have to roll the glam squad out for her new role on The CW's “Tomorrow People.”
Instead, she just needs to take care of her throat. The star will play a voice-over role on the futuristic drama as baddie organization Ultra's computer, Alice, a show representative told TheWrap.
She will play the troublemaking version of the super mutants’ own computer voiced by former “Downton Abbey” star Dan Stevens. Alice, which helps Ultra track down its super human targets, will appear on Episodes 110 and 112. She will show that artificial intelligence can also have a mean streak and will go head-to-head with Stephen (Robbie Amell) on the episode titled, “The Citadel.”
The British actress is best known for her turns in the “Austin Powers” movie franchise. But, she had a recurring role on The CW's “Gossip Girl” during its fifth season. And she's the lead on “Royals,” the scripted pilot in contention for series pickup at E!.
Hurley is represented by UTA.
E!Online first reported the casting.