3/08/2012 3:30 AM ET |
Filed under: TV News
Fred Savage has come a long way from that little slice of suburbia known as The Wonder Years, and now, all the networks want a piece of him!
But it seems CBS has come out the victor!! Savage recently signed a 2 year contract with the media giant where he will be free to pursue projects of a personal interest.
It's rumored that one such project is a yet-to-be-named Martin Lawrence multi-camera studio production. The show follows Lawrence as a widowed father of two teenage girls who decides to become a cop at age 46.
The beloved child star has matured into a diligent director with a keen comedic sense. His directing chops have recently been busy masticating over current comedy hits like It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Happy Endings, and 2 Broke Girls.
Savage has also been heavily involved in NBC’s upcoming show Best Friends For Ever.
Fred was also nominated for a DGA Award in January for his work on Modern Family. PHEW!!
Oh, but he has so much more to give!!
Sounds like the Martin Lawrence project has some belly-shaking potential…what do U think???
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