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Heather Graham, Mary Lynn Rajskub Join ‘Californication’

The actress will play a woman from Hank Moody's past who re-enters his life and upends it

Heather Graham is about to enjoy some "Californication."

The "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" actress has signed on as a guest star for the Showtime series "Californication," the network said Monday. Graham will play a woman from writer Hank Moody's (David Duchovny) past, who arrives into his sphere once more to upend his life.

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The show has also cast "24" alum Mary Lynn Rajskub, who will play a neurotic writer.

"The Sopranos" star Michael Imperioli has also been cast in the upcoming season of the series. In his multi-episode arc, Imperioli will play Rick Rath, an old-school TV producer who plays a key role in Moody's latest venture.

The upcoming seventh season of "Californication" begins production later this month for a 2014 premiere.