‘Nana’: Bill Bellamy Cast In ABC Comedy Pilot

He can next be seen in the horror/thriller film, The Great Illusion, opposite Selma Blair and Graham Greene. Bellamy is repped by Innovative Artists, Main Title Entertainment and Jonathan Shikora at Lichter, Grossman, Nichols, Adler and Feldman.” /> Best known for his stand-up and his appearances on HBO's Def Comedy Jam, Bellamy was most recently seen recurring in Season 3 of HBO’s Insecure.
He has a crush on Audrey and is secretly sleeping with her, unbeknownst to Alex. He was so eager to rescue a cat in a tree and get a taste of some "real action" that he accidentally crashed into another engine at the scene. Bellamy will play Burke, Alex's enthusiastic co-worker, this firefighter isn't the brightest bulb but he's a great pal and sounding board for Alex.
The project also hails from writer Lon Zimmet, Ted Melfi and Kimberly Quinn’s Goldenlight Films, Alcon Entertainment, 20th Century Fox TV and ABC Studios. Bill Bellamy (Def Comedy Jam) is set as a series regular in Nana, a multi-cam/hybrid starring and co-executive produced by Sons of Anarchy alum Katey Sagal.
Zimmet executive produces with Ackerman and Melfi and Quinn for Goldenlight Films, and Andrew Kosove, Broderick Johnson and Laura Lancaster for Alcon Entertainment. Sagal is a co-executive producer. 20th Century Fox co-produces with ABC Studios.
Written by Zimmet and directed by Andy Ackerman, Nana centers on Alex, an obsessive dad, who after the death of his wife, is forced to invite his brash and bawdy mother-in-law – Nana (Sagal) – into his home to help raise the two granddaughters she barely knows.

Mark Dindal To Direct ‘Garfield’ Animated Movie For Alcon Entertainment

Debuting in 1978, the Garfield comic strip centered on a cynical and lazy orange cat and his interactions with his owner, Jon Arbuckle, and fellow pet Odie, the lovable dog.
Paul Kaplan and Mark Torgove co-wrote the screenplay. The Emperor’s New Groove and Chicken Little helmer Mark Dindal is set to direct a Garfield animated feature set up Alcon Entertainment, which acquired the rights from the creator Jim Davis, who will serve as an exec producer.
Wegner (Dolphin Tale 2) are on board to produce the project with Alcon co-CEO's Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove. John Cohen (Despicable Me) and Steven P. Bridget McMeel from Amuse is also an executive producer along with Davis.” />