We Will Be Seeing More Of Brad Paisley’s Wife Kimberly On ‘Nashville’

I am addicted to Nashville already, it’s my favorite new television series this fall about the business of country music! I was hoping to see more of Brad’s wife, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, and news just in that she has been signed on for at least 3 more episodes after her first 6 ended!  Kimberly landed the guest-starring role as Peggy Samper on the nighttime soap and as the plot thickens, so does her presence on the show. I always thought she was a great actress, and Brad Paisley set his sights on dating her after he first saw her in Father Of The Bride….

Kimberly Williams-Paisley is probably best known for playing the role of Jim’s sister-in-law Dana, in the ABC sitcom According to Jim for seven years, from 2001 to 2008. She left the show after its 7th season, but she came back for the show’s final episode in 2009.

Williams married country music singer Brad Paisley in 2003 and on February 22, 2007 she gave birth to her and Paisley’s first child, a son named William Huckleberry Paisley, also known as “Huck.” Two years later on April 17, 2009, they welcomed their second son, Jasper Warren Paisley.

Here is the just released promo for the winter finale of Nashville…obviously leading to a lot more unanswered questions for next season!

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