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Jeff Goldblum and Brian Stokes Mitchell play 'Glee' gay dads
FOX's "Glee" is getting a pair of very cool singing dads.
Former "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" detective Jeff Goldblum and Broadway vet Brian Stokes Mitchell are set to play the gay fathers of Lea Michele's Rachel.
They'll make their "Glee" debut on Valentine’s Day episode, appropriately airing February 14, according to TVline.com.
Goldblum ("Jurassic Park") co-starred in the Tony-winning 1971 Broadway musical "Two Gentleman in Verona," while Mitchell won a 2000 Tony Award for Best Actor in "Kiss Me Kate." He's also made TV appearances on "Frasier" and "Ugly Betty."