Josh Duvendeck is the latest performer cast in Fox’s In Living Color reboot, executive produced by Keenan Ivory Wayans. He joins previously cast Kali Hawk, Jennifer Bartels, Jermaine Fowler and Lilrel Howery. The new In Living Color, which starts production this month, will debut as two half-hour specials. Duvendeck, repped by Coast To Coast and Management 101, recurred on NBC’s Park & Recreation and has a supporting role in the Seth MacFarlane’s upcoming feature Ted.

Nicholas Braun has landed one of the two leads in CBS’ comedy pilot Friend Me, about twenty-something best friends, Evan and Rob (Braun), who move from their hometown of Bloomington, Indiana to Los Angeles to begin their exciting new lives working at Groupon. Also cast in the pilot is actor-comedian Dan Ahdoot as Reggie, an ethnically diverse indie filmmaker. He is with Innovative and manager Barry Katz.

Groundling alumna Colleen Smith has been cast in CBS’ untitled Martin Lawrence comedy pilot, stars Lawrence as Ty, A widowed father of two teenagers who, after losing his job in construction, decides to become a rookie cop at age 46. Smith, repped by DSA Agency, will play Peg, a brash, cocky female cop with a chip on her shoulder who takes an immediate dislike to Ty.

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The execs fought Keenen tooth and nail back then to the point where you wouldn't give them...
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Nick Braun is a great dude and a really solid actor! Big congrats to him!
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I cannot wait for the new In Living Color. For a time there the show was better...

Saturday Night Live alum Horatio Sanz has been added to ABC’s untitled Kari Lizer comedy pilot, about Hilary Pfeiffer-Dunne (Mary McCormack), a high-powered executive who now faces the biggest challenge of her life when she finds herself unemployed and acting as a full-time mom to her two teenagers. Sanz, managed by 3 Arts, will play the put-upon, wry-humored Jonathan, a neighbor of Hilary’s who’s the stay-at-home dad of 2-year-old twin girls.