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Gladiators Huck, Quinn, Marcus Walker and Charlie are tasked with finding an intern for Olivia Pope & Associates.All six episodes were released on the Scandal ABC website Thursday January 19, 2017; ahead of the Scandal Season Six premiere.She later appeared in a number of television shows, include dramas Angel, Monk, American Dreams, Strong Medicine, Without a Trace, Nip/Tuck, Bones, Cold Case, and The Mentalist, and well as sitcoms That '80s Show, It's All Relative and How I Met Your Mother.In feature films, she had the female lead role opposite Josh Duhamel in the 2004 adaptation of Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray, and co-starred as Nathan Fillion's character wife in the comedy-drama Waitress (2007).

She later moved to Dutch Harbor in the Aleutian Islands, and finally Mercer Island, near Seattle.

Darby Leigh Stanchfield is an American actress who portrays Abby Whelan on ABC's Scandal.

She also created and directed Scandal web series Scandal - Gladiator Wanted and the season seven episode The Noise.

Gibbs (Mark Harmon's) first wife, in "NCIS;" 'Meredith aka: the deep fried twinkie" (Nathan Fillion's ex-wife) on "Castle"; and DR.

April Green on "Jericho." Other credits include "How I Met Your Mother," "Burn Notice," "CSI: NY," "CSI: Miami," "24," "Bones," "Private Practice," "Nip/Tuck," "Without a Trace," "The Mentalist" and "Monk." Stanchfield was seen in Adrienne Shelley's critically acclaimed "Waitress," opposite Nathan Fillion and Keri Russell, and also co-starred with Josh Duhamel in an adaptation of Oscar Wilde's "The Picture of Dorian Gray." Stanchfield has recorded a number of radio plays for NPR, including Neil Simon's "Biloxi Blues," with Josh Radnor and Justine Bateman, produced by LA Theatre Works. Darby Stanchfield created and directed Scandal - Gladiator Wanted a Scandal web series.

He was formerly an executive with Trailer Park, the world’s largest entertainment and content marketing agency, ranked among Ad Age's Top 100.

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