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Alexandra Daddario Scheduled For May 25 “Late Night With Seth Meyers”

The “Baywatch” actress will visit NBC’s late-night talk show.

Kelly Rohrbach, Alex Daddario & Ilfenesh Hadera in Baywatch | Paramount

“Baywatch” opens on May 25.

That day, cast member Alexandra Daddario will make two talk show appearances.

As previously reported, she is scheduled for that morning’s “Live With Kelly.”

Later that night, she will head to NBC’s “Late Night With Seth Meyers.”

Daddario will be an interview guest on the May 25 “Late Night.” Bryan Cranston and Jessica Seinfeld are also scheduled for the episode.

NBC’s “Late Night With Seth Meyers” listings follow:

Thursday, May 18: Guests Jeffrey Tambor, Debra Messing and Michael Barbaro. Mark Guiliana sits-in with the 8G Band. Show 0531.

Friday, May 19: Guests Rachel Maddow, Beck Bennett and musical guest All Time Low. Josh Dion sits-in with the 8G Band. (OAD 5/2/17).

Monday, May 22: Guests Kyle Chandler, Michaela Watkins and musical performance by the cast of “Come From Away.” Matt Frazier sits-in with the 8G Band. Show 0532.

Tuesday, May 23: Guests Chris Pine and Senator John McCain. Matt Frazier sits-in with the 8G Band. Show 0533.

Wednesday, May 24: Guests Kevin Spacey, Ellie Kemper and Tom Perez. Matt Frazier sits-in with the 8G Band. Show 0534.

**Thursday, May 25: Guests Bryan Cranston, Alexandra Daddario and Jessica Seinfeld. Matt Frazier sits-in with the 8G Band. Show 0535.

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