'Pretty Little Liars' Casts 'Brotherhood' Actress as Therapist

Annabeth Gish

Annabeth Gish will portray Anne Sullivan, the mysterious woman assigned to uncover the ugly truth from each girl.

"Pretty Little Liars" has added Annabeth Gish to the cast line-up for its second season. The former Special Agent Monica Reyes depicter on "The X-Files" is tapped to play Anne Sullivan, a therapist who is assigned to speak with each girl about the Ian-related drama in first season's finale.

"Their parents get together and force them to see a therapist to deal with their issues about Alison and this unhealthy obsession with Ian," the show's executive producer Marlene King has said before. "The therapist is going to play a large role in the summer season and the therapist is going to be someone they think about being honest about 'A' with."

Season 2 of "Pretty Little Liars" will premiere June 14 on ABC Family. The story will be "very much more about the hunt for 'A' " after season 1 dealt with the hunt for Allison's killer.

Annabeth Gish starred as Eileen Caffee on "Brotherhood" before it was canceled in 2008. The 40-year-old is also known for her starring roles in films like "Shag", "Mystic Pizza" and "Double Jeopardy".

© AceShowbiz.com

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