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Righetti heiratete im April den Filmregisseur Jordan Alan auf Hawaii. Am Januar kam ihr erstes gemeinsames Kind, ein Junge, zur Welt.
Letzte Überprüfung: She also appeared in flashback, in the fourth-season episode "The Case of the Franks" , where it was revealed that she attended high school with Kirsten Cohen and Jimmy Cooper.
Rachel Hoffman is a former colleague of Sandy Cohen in the District Attorney's office. She invites him to work with her in a private firm called Partridge, Savage and Kahn.
Sandy takes the offer, and later Sandy's wife, Kirsten, finds Rachel and Sandy enjoying a drink, causing tension between Sandy and Kirsten.
Rachel shares the case of Balboa Heights with Sandy, because the plaintiff is Caleb Nichol's company. While negotiating with Caleb, Caleb accuses Sandy and Rachel of having an affair.
Some time afterwards, when Sandy and Rachel work until late in Rachel's apartment, Rachel flirts with Sandy but he rejects her advances.
When the chemistry between the two fizzles out, Sandy and Kirsten attempt to set her up with Jimmy Cooper, but fail. Kim is the Dean of the Harbor High School.
She gives Ryan Atwood a chance to enter Harbor if he passes an admission exam, which he does, although he leaves halfway through the exam when Seth Cohen and Summer Roberts barge into the room and beg Ryan to come with them to help Marissa Cooper , who is recovering from her drug overdose in Tijuana.
She persuades Marissa to continue her role as social chair despite Marissa's tarnished reputation after overdosing on painkillers.
She later returns to have a meeting with Kirsten , Sandy and Ryan, after Ryan reads Oliver Trask 's files in the file storage room. In , she was confronted by Julie Cooper and Sandy, claiming that she does not have the power to decide to expel Marissa and Ryan, after the gunshot incident, deferring to the new Dean of Discipline, Jack Hess.
However, she assists in re-admitting Marissa into Harbor by revealing a precedent in , in which a similar incident to Trey's shooting had occurred with a formerly suspended student.
At Harbor's graduation, Summer spontaneously leaps into Dr. Kim's arms. Rosalind Chao , who portrayed Dr. Kim, was born in Orange County's largest city, Anaheim.
Carson Ward, portrayed by Brian McNamara , is the husband of Meredith Ward, and the father of Eric , Brad , and Luke Ward. He graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in history.
He owns three auto dealerships. Carson and his family appeared happy, but in a sad twist, the family was not really "perfect". At one of his auto dealerships, Luke and Ryan discover Carson making out with another man and after realizing his son caught him, Carson decides to tell his wife who then files for divorce shortly after.
Luke later admits to Ryan that his father "traveled" a lot and that he felt somewhat resentful of Carson for it when it turns out that the "traveling" was a cover for his affair.
Months later, by season 2, Carson and Meredith's divorce has been finalized and Carson moves to Portland with Luke moving with him, but Brad and Eric staying behind in Newport with their mother.
Carson later returns in the season 2 episode "The Distance", where Seth was staying at Luke and Carson's house in Portland. Brad and Eric Ward are Luke Ward 's younger twin brothers.
When they first appeared in season 1, they were around After their parents divorced, Luke decides to live with their father and the twins are not seen; they presumably stayed behind in Newport with their mother, Meredith.
They returned in season 4 and are classmates and friends with Kaitlin Cooper. Eric resembles Luke more than Brad and both are often seen flirting with female classmates.
They also have a crush on Kirsten Cohen. Cindy, played by Holly Fields , is the younger sister of Julie and is also the aunt of Marissa and Kaitlin Cooper.
Marissa and DJ kept their trysts secret to prevent Marissa's mother Julie from finding out and firing D. When Ryan returns to Newport and asks Marissa if she was seeing anyone, Marissa lies to him and says she's single.
However, Ryan discovers the truth when he finds Marissa and D. Marissa apologizes and the two reconcile shortly afterward, with Marissa revealing their relationship to her mother by announcing that as he was her boyfriend, D.
As expected, this enrages Julie, who felt D. Arranging a secret meeting with him, Julie gives D. He then leaves her, saying he had no regrets about their relationship, but he feels Marissa was with him only to spite her mother.
Renee Wheeler once had an affair with Caleb Nichol which led to her having a child, Lindsay Gardner. Caleb continues to pay her money and the DA misunderstand that, thinking that Caleb is bribing Renee for a building permit, for which Caleb is arrested "The New Era".
Sandy figures out that the reason Caleb pays Renee is that she is the mother of his illegitimate child "The SnO. Caleb admits to having had an affair so he will be released from prison but the news angers his daughter, Kirsten Cohen "The Chrismukkah That Almost Wasn't".
Renee later returns, asking Ryan Atwood to help her stop Caleb from adopting Lindsay as Caleb wants a paternity test and Renee isn't sure if Caleb really is Lindsay's father "The Test".
The test results confirm Caleb's paternity but Lindsay ultimately decides that she doesn't want Caleb to adopt her because of how he treats her and she and her mother leave Newport for Chicago "The Rainy Day Women".
Rebecca Bloom is an ex-girlfriend of Sandy Cohen played by Kim Delaney , who is described as Sandy's "love of [his] life" by Kirsten Cohen.
Twenty years ago, she was accused of burning down a lab and killing a man in the fire. Rebecca denies that and claims that she fled the site because she did not want to testify against her friends.
Her father, Max, asks his former student Sandy to find Rebecca, as he is dying and wants to see his only daughter one last time before passing away.
Rebecca shows up, and Max asks Sandy to clear her name; soon after this, he dies. Sandy continues to assist Rebecca, thus placing his marriage in jeopardy.
Sandy and Rebecca finally realize that their love was a thing of the past, and Rebecca flees yet again.
Carter Buckley is introduced as a new editor of Newport Living. He has edited several magazines before, The Ugly American and GQ being two of them, and self-published Revolution.
Carter is in a middle of divorce and becomes lugubrious. Kirsten Cohen puts an issue of Revolution into his mailbox in order to encourage him to restart his life.
Carter accepts the job and spends a lot of time working with Kirsten who develops a crush on him. Carter's alcoholism helps develop Kirsten's, as they drink much during work.
Carter leaves Orange County when offered a job in New York City. At the farewell dinner at the Cohens' house where Kirsten and Carter are alone, they share a kiss.
Kirsten is apparently upset about his departure, and her drinking increases. Lance Baldwin is Julie Cooper's ex-boyfriend.
Back in the s, when she was in desperate need of money, she starred in a porn flick he directed, entitled "The Porn Identity".
Julie asks her husband, Caleb Nichol, for help, but instead of paying Lance, Caleb sends two thugs to attack Lance.
Furious, he sabotages the launch of Julie's new magazine, "Newport Living", by replacing the promotional video with archive footage from "The Porn Identity.
After Lance redeems himself, he and Julie reminisce over their past together, and share a kiss which is caught on camera.
Caleb subsequently asks Julie for a divorce and fires her from the newport group , and reveals to his wife that he has had people spy on her since before their marriage.
Jess Sathers was a student at Harbor who overdoses at Trey Atwood 's 21st birthday party. She survives and begins a relationship with Trey that leads him to start using drugs.
She then attempts to seduce Trey's brother, Ryan Atwood , in view of Marissa Cooper at Harbor, but Ryan rejects her advances.
After botching an attempted drug deal which results in shootout at The Bait Shop, Jess decides to leave town with Trey but remains when he is shot by Marissa.
In the third season, Jess asks Ryan to help her with boyfriend troubles, disrupting Ryan's attempts to start a relationship with Sadie.
Charlotte Morgan is a con artist, posing as a recovering alcoholic. She met Kirsten in rehab and tried to get money from her.
However, this failed and she moved on to Julie. The two planned to throw a fund-raiser, a ploy by Charlotte to steal all the donations, but she gets found out when Julie goes into her handbag at a restaurant and finds numerous credit cards in different names.
Charlotte gets Julie in on the scam; however, Julie does the right thing and asks people to write checks to the charity so Charlotte could not steal the money.
With her plan foiled, she departed from Newport. In July it was reported that Jeri Ryan was joining The O. We were just told we had to add an adult female character.
It went nowhere, and we had no plan for it, and it just didn't fit the show. Reed Carlson is the Vice President of the graphic novel company Bad Science.
She was an assistant of Carter Buckley and he arranges a meeting after getting to know Seth Cohen and Zach Stevens, who co-created Atomic County.
She likes the comic so she helps them to publish. Seth deliberately misleads Summer Roberts that Reed is a man, infuriating Summer.
Later, Reed asks Seth to bring Summer, the real Little Miss Vixen, to a party. Summer does not like the place and asks Seth to leave, but Reed stops Seth from leaving, making Summer even angrier.
Reed then threatens to sue Zach when he wants to pull out. Reed offers Summer a chance to be the star of the comic to ensure that Summer will stop convincing Seth and Zach of giving up on it.
Summer shows up at the launch party wearing costume, but the party ends with Seth and Zach literally fighting for Summer. Reed is outraged about the debacle so she just let one person to meet George Lucas , who is interested in Atomic County.
Jack Hess who has a master's degree in education and who taught six years at boarding schools, is the new Dean of Discipline at Harbor High and is responsible for the measures to be taken after the gunshot incident.
He wishes to punish Marissa Cooper but is only able to expel her.