Pilot Season: Beverly Hills Cop Reboot Recruits Kevin Pollak

Feb 5 2013, 8:54pm CST | by

Pilot Season: Beverly Hills Cop Reboot Recruits Kevin Pollak
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Kevin Pollak is joining the force at the Beverly Hills Police Department.

The film and TV veteran will co-star in CBS' Beverly Hills Cop reboot pilot as Rodney Daloof, the in-house attorney for the Beverly Hills Police Department. Pollak joins Brandon T. Jackson, who will play Axel Foley's son in the hourlong procedural, which is being executive-produced by original star Eddie Murphy and The Shield creator and executive producer Shawn Ryan.

Beverly Hills Cop TV pilot casts Axel Foley's son

Pollak is best known for his roles in films like A Few Good Men, and he most recently guest-starred on Law & Order: SVU.

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