Three guest faces on 'Grace'
Thesps Seth Green, Alec Baldwin and Eric Stoltz will guest on the two-part season finale of NBC’s long-running laffer “Will & Grace.”
Meanwhile, Jaime King has been added to the Fox pilot “Kitchen Confidential,” while Bianca Kajlich is new to “Confessions of a Dog,” Danielle Nicolet has been added to “NoTORIous,” Michael Weaver has joined the untitled Dave Flebotte comedy, and Sarah Alexander will star in “Filmore Middle,” all at NBC.
Green will guest on “Will & Grace” as paranoid, hotheaded former child star Randall Finn, who steals Jack’s (Sean Hayes) Out TV talkshow idea.
Baldwin plays Malcom, who offers Will (Eric McCormack) a lucrative new job, while Stoltz is on board to play Grace’s (Debra Messing) ex-fling Tom. Also guesting is former “Who’s the Boss” star Danny Pintauro, who plays himself.
Green will shoot the show while also finishing post-production on “Robot Chicken,” his upcoming Cartoon Network/Adult Swim series. And he continues to lend his voice to the revived “Family Guy.” Green’s credits also include “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” the “Austin Powers” movies and “The Italian Job.” He’ll next be seen in the film “The Best Man.”
On the pilot casting tip, Kajlich will play the female lead in “Confessions of a Dog,” from NBC Universal TV Studio, about a serial dater and his college pals.
Kajlich’s credits include “Rock Me Baby” and the feature “Bring It On.”
Nicolet will play Janey, Tori Spelling’s best friend, in “NoTORIous.” Project, from NUTS, revolves around the real-life Spelling in a fictionalized world.
Nicolet’s credits include the upcoming indie feature “Shapeshifter.” She recurs on “The Bernie Mac Show,” and guested on “Angel” and “CSI.”
King, meanwhile, will play Tanya on “Kitchen Confidential,” opposite Bradley Cooper. 20th Century Fox/Darren Star/New Line laffer is based on the book by Anthony Bourdain.
King’s credits include the features “Pearl Harbor,” “Blow” and “Slackers.” She’ll also appear in the upcoming film “Sin City,” and guest next month on “The O.C.”
Weaver joins the untitled Flebotte comedy, from NUTS and Wolf Films, as Tommy. Thesp’s credits include “Club Dread” and the short-lived laffer “The Mullets.”
And Alexander plays Alice in “Filmore Middle,” also from NUTS. Sitcom pilot takes place inside a rundown public school. Alexander starred in the BBC’s critically acclaimed laffer “Coupling,” as well as “Smack the Pony.”