In The City — 11 July 2014
‘Salem’ renewal welcome news for Seth Gabel

By Deborah Wilker

Salem, the first scripted series on WGN (the superstation out of Chicago) has attracted all kinds of buzz during its 13-episode run this year, and as the witchy drama wraps for the season this month, it does so with the distinction of also being the network’s first show to receive a renewal for next year.

That was welcome news to South Florida’s Seth Gabel, who co-stars as Cotton Mather, an evil aristocrat who doesn’t quite practice what he preaches. Gabel, originally from Hollywood, Fla., is a graduate of The University School in Davie and The Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. He has also had roles on Fringe, Arrow, Nip/Tuck and Dirty Sexy Money, and for the last eight years has been the husband of Hollywood (California) royal Bryce Dallas Howard, actress/daughter of show-biz icon Ron Howard. The couple has two children. Salem airs Sunday nights at 10; Gabel will be seen next in the independent film, Forever.

 

 

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