Monday, October 25, 2021

Casting News - Hank Azaria to Co-Star on 'Hello Tomorrow!'; Tisha Campbell Joins 'Uncoupled'; Plus 4 More Updates!

Casting News - October 25, 2021

Amazon's Daisy Jones & the Six; AppleTV+'s Hello Tomorrow!; NBC's Kenan; Netflix's Uncoupled & Virgin River; and Peacock's Killing It.

  • Stephanie Nogueras, Claudia O'Doherty, Rell Battle, Scott Macarthur, Wyatt Walter and Jet Miller have been cast as series regulars on the upcoming comedy starring Craig Robinson. Nogueras previously recurred on Freeform's Switched at Birth and Paramount+'s The Good Fight. O'Doherty starred for three seasons in Netflix's Love. Battle starred for two seasons in CBS' Superior Donuts. Macarthur starred for two seasons in FOX's The Mick. Walter has recurred on CBS' NCIS: New Orleans. Miller currently stars in Nickelodeon's Young Dylan, which is now airing its second season.
  • Nogueras will play Camille, Craig's (Robinson) ex-wife.
  • O'Doherty will play Jillian, a down-on-her-luck Uber driver who introduces Craig to the bizarre world of snake hunting.
  • Battle will play Isaiah, Craig's younger brother, whose version of the American Dream is a lot less legal than that of his sibling.
  • Macarthur will play Brock, a rival snake hunter and aspiring social media star.
  • Walter will play Corby, Brock's teenage son and reluctant cameraman.
  • Miller will play Vanessa, Craig and Camille's pre-teen daughter.
  • Hank Azaria, Haneefah Wood, Alison Pill, Nick Podany and Dewshane Williams will co-star on the upcoming dramedy starring Billy Crudup. Azaria previously starred for four seasons in IFC's Brockmire. Wood starred for two seasons in AppleTV+'s Truth Be Told. Pill currently stars in Paramount+'s Star Trek: Picard, which has been renewed for its second and third seasons. Podany recurred on The CW's Hart of Dixie. Williams has recurred on The CW's In the Dark.
  • Azaria will play Eddie, a slick salesman with a gambling problem.
  • Wood will play Shirley Stedman, Jack's (Crudup) right-hand and the glue that keeps the operation together.
  • Pill will play Myrtle Mayburn, an aggrieved customer out for justice.
  • Podany will play Joey Shorter, Jack's protégé and newest addition to the sales team.
  • Williams will play Herb Porter, an eternal optimist and Jack's hardest working salesman.
  • Tisha Campbell, Emerson Brooks, Brooks Ashmanskas, Marcia Gay Harden and Tuc Watkins have joined the cast of the upcoming comedy starring Neil Patrick Harris. Campbell previously starred for five seasons in FOX's Martin, five seasons in ABC's My Wife and Kids and two seasons in ABC's Dr. Ken. Brooks starred in the fifth season of TNT's The Last Ship. Ashmanskas has received Tony Award nominations for his performances in the musicals Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me and The Prom. Harden won an Academy Award in 2001 for the film Pollock and a Tony Award in 2019 for the play God of Carnage. Watkins has recurred on Showtime's Black Monday.
  • Campbell will play Suzanne, an expensively put-together high-powered real estate agent who is Michael Lawson's (Harris) business partner and loyal friend. She is a confident and quick-witted single divorcée with a son in his early 20s.
  • Brooks will play Billy, one of Michael's close friends and a celebrity TV weatherman. He's good-looking and charming, likes to have a good time, and frequently dates much younger men.
  • Ashmanskas will play Stanley, another of Michael's close friends, who is witty and quick and a bit of a snob. He is a very successful art dealer who is not as successful in the romance department.
  • Harden will recur as Claire, an Upper East Side socialite in the midst of a bitter divorce from her husband.
  • Watkins will recur as Colin, a hedge fund manager who blindsides his longtime partner Michael Lawson when he leaves him on the eve of his fiftieth birthday.
  • Mark Ghanimé and Kai Bradbury are set as series regulars on the drama's upcoming fourth season. Ghanimé previously starred for two seasons in Syfy's Helix. Bradbury has recurred on Freeform's Motherland: Fort Salem.
  • Ghanimé will play Dr. Cameron Hayek, the clinic's dashing new physician. Armed with eye-catching good looks, a razor-sharp intellect, and a smile that could light up the world, he makes an immediate splash in town - especially with the ladies.
  • Bradbury will play Denny Cutler, Doc's (Tim Matheson) long-lost grandson. He shows up in Virgin River to forge a connection with the grandfather he just recently learned about. But Denny comes bearing a dark secret.
  • Hayley Marie Newman has booked a recurring role on the comedy's upcoming second season. She recently recurred on the fourth season of Peacock's A.P. Bio and will next recur on the second season of Hulu's Dollface.
  • She will play Janay, a new force in Kenan (Kenan Thompson) and Gary's (Chris Redd) lives. She is funny, beautiful, fierce, loving and determined to get what she wants. She will shake things up for the Williams brothers.
  • Tom Wright and Jacqueline Obradors have landed roles on the upcoming limited series starring Riley Keough and Sam Claflin. Wright has previously recurred on Showtime's Ray Donovan, Syfy's The Magicians and ABC's Station 19. Obradors recurred on Amazon's Bosch.
  • Wright will play Teddy, a renowned L.A. record producer with a singular talent for bringing out the best in his artists. Always the coolest guy in the room, he is as much a father figure to his young musicians as he is a creative genius.
  • Obradors will recur as Lucia, Camila's (Camila Morrone) mother, a practical, down-to-earth woman wary of her daughter's relationship to budding rock star Billy Dunne (Claflin).