Pilot Season: James Wolk to Co-Star in CBS' The Crazy Ones with Robin Williams

Feb 7 2013, 6:19pm CST | by

Pilot Season: James Wolk to Co-Star in CBS' The Crazy Ones with Robin Williams
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Political Animals star James Wolk has joined the cast of the CBS pilot The Crazy Ones, a workplace comedy starring Robin Williams, TVGuide.com has confirmed.

The Crazy Ones, from David E. Kelley, is a single-camera, half-hour workplace comedy about a father (Williams) and daughter team in the world of advertising. Wolk will play Zach Cropped, a confident and charming copywriter at the ad agency.

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Kelley will write the pilot and executive-produce with Dean Lorey, Bill D'Elia, John Montgomery and Mark Teitelbaum.

Wolk's credits also include Fox's short-lived Lonestar, Happy Endings and Shameless.

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