Brittany Snow has been cast in NBC’s single-camera comedy pilot 1600 Penn, about a dysfunctional first family. Conceived by Jason Winer, Jon Lovett and Josh Gad, the pilot is directed by Winer. Snow, repped by ICM and Brillstein Entertainment, will play Becca, the overachieving and perfectionist eldest daughter of the President who helped raise her siblings. She joins Gad, who is plays Skip, her gregarious and clumsy older brother. 20th TV is producing.

Clancy Brown and Mustafa Shakir have been added to NBC’s drama pilot The Frontier, which revolves around a group that heads West from Missouri across the uncharted country in the 1840s. On the Sony TV-produced show, Brown, repped by ICM and Pop Art, will play Jack Ramsay/Lamazee; Shakir plays Rossignol.

Joy Osmanski has been cast in NBC’s comedy pilot Next Caller Please. The Lionsgate/Universal TV project, written by Stephen Falk, centers on Colorado public radio personality Stella Hoobler (Collette Wolfe), who is thrilled when she’s recruited to co-host a radio show for Orbit Satellite Radio in New York City until she meets her co-host, Cam Doherty, an abrasive, hard-drinking, sexist loose cannon. Osmanski, repped by TalentWorks and Bohemia Group, will play the producer who recruits Stella.