Pilot Scoop: David Walton to Headline Jason Katims' NBC Adaptation of About a Boy

Feb 7 2013, 4:58pm CST | by

Pilot Scoop: David Walton to Headline Jason Katims' NBC Adaptation of About a Boy
Photo Credit: TV Line

David Walton About a Boy NBCDavid Walton (Bent, New Girl) has signed on to star in NBC’s Jason Katims-produced pilot About a Boy, TVLine has confirmed.

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The project, based on the book and subsequent 2002 film starring Hugh Grant and Nicholas Hoult, centers on (as you know) the relationship between a man-child and the young boy who moves in next door.

Walton just wrapped up a multi-episode arc on Fox’s New Girl.


Source: TV Line

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