Actress JoAnna Garcia Cast in This Fall’s ‘Animal Practice’ May 25, 2012 Animal Practice, News JoAnna Garcia Actress JoAnna Garcia, best known for her comedic role in the long-running sitcom ‘Reba’, has replaced Irish actress Amy Huberman (best known for her role in the Hallmark movie ‘Chasing Leprechauns’ and the award-winning Irish medical drama ‘The Clinic’) in this fall’s new NBC workplace comedy Animal Practice. The sitcom, which will air on Wednesday nights at 8/7c on NBC, stars Justin Kirk (‘Weeds’) as Dr. George Coleman, a House-like veterinarian who loves animals but usually hates their owners. Garcia will take over the role of Dorothy, George’s former girlfriend and current boss at the animal hospital. Well, that won’t be awkward at all, right? TV viewers will also recognize Garcia from her recent recurring role on ‘Royal Pains’ as well as last year’s ‘Better With You’ sitcom and the short-lived CW dramedy ‘Privileged’. Among her other credits are roles on ‘Gossip Girl’, ‘Freaks and Geeks’, ‘Party of Five’ and ‘Are You Afraid of the Dark’. Reportedly, Huberman was let go due to “creative reasons”. [Source: TV Line] Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Markus Allen JoAnna Garcia is absolutely PERFECT. I wasn’t much of a fan of her early work especially on Reba, not because of her performance (it was great), but the whole religious factor that surrounded that show. At the time, to be honest, it was all about JoAnna’s butt that made me a fan (the most perfect butt ever), and then, I see her on Animal Practice, and see another side of her that made me a fan of her acting….although now, the perfection of her butt is the same, as is the fact that her body is totally perfect. Just being honest, because I’m a horny guy lead by my head /, far more than lead by my brains /….thank you.