11 rising Hollywood stars who will take over your favorite TV shows this fall

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A few of the new talent you’ll meet this fall.
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There’s a fantastic crop of newcomers starring on new television shows this fall.

Business Insider took a look at the pilots, canvassed the first look clips and chose a pretty dynamic list of newbies to watch over the next few months.

Our list ranges from international stars making their first big splash on American TV, youngsters in their first big roles, Hollywood kids following after their parents, and people moving from behind the scenes to in front of the camera.

Meet 11 fresh faces of the Fall 2015 season:


After writing for animated TV series such as “Robot Chicken” and “Allen Gregory,” Rachel Bloom goes in front of the camera for The CW’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”

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Noah Galvin has regional and Off-Broadway theater credits under his belt, as well as a couple short films. In the midseason, he makes his TV debut as the young gay son on ABC’s “The Real O’Neals,”

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A former Miss India and Miss World, Priyanka Chopra went on to star in more than 20 Bollywood films. She now stars on ABC’s “Quantico” as a new FBI recruit suspected of one of the largest acts of domestic terrorism ever.

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David Gyasi has appeared in several big movies, including “Interstellar,” “Cloud Atlas,” and “The Dark Knight Rises,” as well as British animated series “Chuggington.” On The CW’s “Containment,” he plays Lex, an officer trying to shut down a deadly virus spreading through Atlanta.

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Denise appears on the ABC series “The Muppets.” She serves as Head of Marketing on “Up Late with Miss Piggy.” She’s also currently dating the show’s executive producer, Kermit the Frog, who just broke up with Miss Piggy.

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An unknown actor from Australia, Lee Jones will star on FX’s “The Bastard Executioner” in the lead role as Wilkin Brattle, a knight who laid down his sword after the ravages of war destroyed him. Jones is known for his outstanding performance in 2013 as the lead in Nick Dear’s stage adaptation of “Frankenstein.”

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Yes, Francesca Eastwood is Clint Eastwood’s daughter with Frances Fisher. She has been bouncing between TV movies and guest spots, but “Heroes Reborn” will be her coming out party.

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Stark Sands has won two Tony Awards and starred in several films, most recently in “Inside Llewyn Davis.” His TV credits include “Six Feet Under” and “Generation Kill.” He stars on the much buzzed about “Minority Report” series on Fox.

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After several one-off appearances and a voice gig on Adult Swim’s “Frisky Dingo,” Kelly Jenrette will get your attention opposite John Stamos’ forever bachelor on Fox’s “Grandfathered.”

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Billie Lourde is someone you’ll want to know. Not only is she Carrie Fisher’s daughter, but she’s following in her mom’s footsteps as she’s appearing in the upcoming “Star Wars” movie. On Fox’s “Scream Queens,” she plays Chanel #3.

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After a few one-off roles and a web series, Jaina Lee Ortiz will have to stand the heat of starring as a tough Miami cop opposite Morris Chestnut on Fox’s new crime procedural, “Rosewood.”

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