Matt Jones (Breaking Bad) and Spence Daniels (Star Trek) have been added to the cast of Chuck Lorre’s CBS comedy pilot Mom. The CBS comedy will star Anna Faris and will revolve around a newly sober single mom who tries to pull her life together in Napa Valley. We know that with the producer power that Lorre has the show will instantly, become a top prospect for the network’s fall 2013 schedule. CBS has announced that they are now taking applications for several stand in and extra roles and this is your opportunity to apply. Applications will be accepted until the end of March so do not wait and apply now.
Mom, which Lorre co-wrote with Two and a Half Men exec producer Eddie Gorodetsky and story editor Gemma Baker, revolves around a recently sober single mother as she attempts to get her life in order in Napa Valley. Lorre and Gorodetsky will executive produce the Chuck Lorre Productions/Warner Bros. Television. If Mom gets a green light that would bring to four the number of shows Lorre will have on the air next fall, joining the already renewed The Big Bang Theory and sure thing Mike & Molly.
The casting directors at CBS are now taking applications for both union and non union actors for several stand in and extra roles. If you have been waiting to work for Lorre and CBS than this is your opportunity. Anyone that is interested in auditioning please submit a recent photo along with contact information or a basic resume Please keep checking back often for more information on casting dates and times and as always leave us a comment and let us know what you think about the idea for the new CBS sitcom Mom.
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