Halle Berry and Glenn Close join Kim Kardashian in cast of forthcoming Ryan Murphy Hulu legal series All’s Fair

Halle Berry and Glenn Close have been added to the cast of Ryan Murphy‘s forthcoming Hulu legal series All’s Fair, joining the previously-cast Kim Kardashian.

Murphy has said the show will be ‘a high-end, glossy and sexy adult procedural,’ according to Deadline, which reported that Berry, 57, Close, 77, and Kardashian, 43, will be executive producers alongside Murphy, 58.

It was not immediately clear what roles Berry and Close would play on the series, according to the outlet.

Kardashian will portray a character described by the outlet as the top divorce attorney in Los Angeles and owner of the law firm on the series.

The reality star previously worked with Murphy on the series American Horror Story: Delicate, in which she played the role of publicist Siobhan Corbyn. Murphy was seen on an episode of The Kardashians in May discussing the new series with Kim.

Halle Berry, 57, and Glenn Close, 77, have been added to the cast of Ryan Murphy 's forthcoming Hulu legal series All's Fair, joining the previously-cast Kim Kardashian, 43. Berry pictured in April in Las Vegas

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Close was pictured in NYC in May
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Halle Berry, 57, and Glenn Close, 77, have been added to the cast of Ryan Murphy ‘s forthcoming Hulu legal series All’s Fair, joining the previously-cast Kim Kardashian, 43

The show will be written by Jon Robin Baitz and Joe Baken, according to the outlet.

The series will mark the first project Murphy is collaborating on as part of a pact with Disney he inked last year, according to the outlet.

Kardashian’s mother Kris Jenner is also listed as an executive producer on the series, according to Deadline.

Berry and Close bring impressive credentials to the series amid decades of memorable roles in TV and film.

Berry won an Emmy for her work on the HBO series Introducing Dorothy Dandridge in 2000, among four career nominations.

Berry played the lead role on the CBS sci-fi drama Extant over two seasons from 2014-2015. Earlier in her career, she appeared on shows including Knots Landing, Martin, A Different World and Amen.

In her film career, she won the Best Actress Oscar for her work in the 2001 motion picture Monster’s Ball, and has appeared in recent years in motion pictures including 2022’s Moonfall, 2020’s Bruised and 2019’s John Wick: Chapter 3.

Close has won two Emmys for her work on the FX legal drama Damages in 2008 and 2009, among 14 career nominations.

Halle Berry stuns at Lionsgate CinemaCon red carpet in Vegas

Kardashian will portray a character described by the outlet as the top divorce attorney in Los Angeles and owner of the law firm on the series. Pictured in LA in April
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Kardashian will portray a character described by the outlet as the top divorce attorney in Los Angeles and owner of the law firm on the series. Pictured in LA in April

Murphy was seen on The Kardashians on Hulu in May chatting with Kim about the role
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Murphy was seen on The Kardashians on Hulu in May chatting with Kim about the role

Halle Berry puts on leggy display in sheer black top and skirt

Close also had key roles on TV shows such as The New Look, Tehran, 3Below: Tales of Arcadia and The Shield.

In her career on the silver screen, she has been nominated for Oscars on eight occasions, but has not claimed any.

Among her most iconic roles include playing Alex Forrest in 1987’s Fatal Attraction and Sarah in 1983’s The Big Chill. Other notable motion pictures she’s been featured in include 1984’s The Natural, 1988’s Dangerous Liaisons and 1982’s The World According to Garp.

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