The Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco, Unforgettable co-lead Dylan Walsh, Chris Klein, Dennis Farina, Teri Polo, Tricia Helfer, Jonathan Bennett and Jonathan Banks are set to star in indie comedy Scribble directed by casting director-turned-helmer Ellie Kanner-Zuckerman and produced by Kanner-Zuckerman’s EKZ Prods. and Hal Schwartz’s Bull Market Entertainment in association with Lainie Guidry and Cynthia Guidry’s Lainie Prods. Written By David Congalton, Scribble is a comedy about a group of working people who want to be writers. Schwartz and Kanner-Zuckerman are producing, with Cuoco, Cynthia & Lainie Guidry and Bennett executive producing. Cuoco is repped by SDB Partners and Brillstein Entertainment; Walsh and Polo are with Gersh and Bob McGowan Management. Klein is repped by ICM Partners. Kanner-Zuckerman was a top TV casting director who cast the pilots for such hit series as Friends and Sex & The City before segueing to feature directing with the 2001 Rachel’s Room.
Kaley Cuoco, Dylan Walsh, Chris Klein, Teri Polo & Dennis Farina Cast In Indie 'Scribble'
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