Justin Hires Lands In MTV’s ‘Ken Jeong Made Me Do It’!

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Justin HiresSeveral months ago the news dropped that Hangover star Ken Jeong was set to land a show on MTV. There wasn’t too much info about the show or the cast but this morning the news dropped that comedian Justin Hires along with Marshall Allman and Bonnie Dennison would be joining the show.

Check out the news from Deadline below;

will be getting a possible show with MTV and now we have gotten word on who will star alongside Ken in his current comedy pilot,’Ken Jeong Made Me Do It.’ Former MTV Jerks With Cameras feature, comedian Justin Hires has been revealed to be one of the actors in the new series. The series will also include Marshall Allman, and Bonnie Dennison.

Marshall Allman has landed the co-lead opposite Ken Jeong in MTV’s comedy pilot presentation Ken Jeong Made Me Do It. Also cast in the project, directed by Peter Segal, are Bonnie Dennison and Justin Hires.

Written/executive produced by Andy St. Clair and Paul O’Toole, Ken Jeong Made Me Do It centers on 22-year-old everyman Andy (Allman), who, after catching his girlfriend cheating, accidentally rear-ends Jeong’s fancy car. Taking pity on Andy, Jeong, playing himself, takes it upon himself to teach him how to man up.

Dennison, repped by Rob Gomez Management, Buchwald, and Derek Kroeger, will play Molly, Andy’s best friend and who just likes being one of the guys but there is definitely some unexplored chemistry between them. Hires will play Paul, Andy and Molly’s other best friend who is a ball of manic energy with no filter, a flaky goofball but completely dedicated to his job as preschool teacher. He is repped by David Shapira and Associates, Marsh Entertainment and attorney Mark Temple.

Source: Deadline

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