The Three Stooges co-star Chris Diamantopoulos will join Arrested Development on the show’s new home on Netflix. He will appear in at least three episodes. The actor, who was on NBC’s Up All Night last season, also is set to appear on NBC’s Community and Fox’s Goodwin Games this season. He will also be seen on the big screen next year in the Dito Montiel-directed Empire State alongside Liam Hemsworth and Dwayne Johnson and in Black Marks with Matt Damon and Kurt Russell. Diamantopoulos is repped by WME and Untitled Entertainment.
‘Arrested Development’ Adds Chris Diamantopoulos In Guest Role
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