"The View" taps Rosie Perez, Nicolle Wallace

Rosie Perez arrives at the second annual Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame induction gala at the New Tropicana Las Vegas on Aug. 9, 2014, in Las Vegas.

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Actress Rosie Perez and Republican media operative Nicolle Wallace are joining ABC's daytime chat show, "The View."

The network said Wednesday that the two will appear alongside Whoopi Goldberg, 58, and Rosie O'Donnell, 52, on the panel for the show's new season, beginning Sept. 15.

Goldberg is the only holdover on the program, where creator Barbara Walters retired from an onscreen role this spring and longtime producer Bill Geddie left after learning a new offscreen boss was taking over. Co-hosts Sherri Shepherd Jenny McCarthy also left the show this year.

Perez, 49, is an actress and choreographer who has appeared in the movies "White Man Can't Jump," "Do the Right Thing" and "Fearless." More recently she appeared in "Pineapple Express" and had guest appearances on television series, including "Nurse Jackie" and "The Cleveland Show."

Wallace, a 42-year-old political analyst for MSNBC, was communications chief for President George W. Bush's reelection campaign and was an adviser on John McCain's 2008 campaign.