Two and a Half Men has named its new young woman.
Amber Tamblyn has been cast in the recurring Season 11 role of Charlie's long-lost lesbian daughter. The actress (Joan of Arcadia, House) will debut on the sitcom's September 26 premiere and play a significant role over the course of the fall.
According to CBS sources, the character's name will be Jenny and she will move to Los Angeles in order to pursue an acting career, ending up under the same roof as Alan and Walden.
“She’s somewhat of a chip off the old block,” teases executive producer Chuck Lorre. “She’s having a good time and doesn’t care about the destruction left behind her. Decadence from the other side felt long overdue.”
With Angus T. Jones only appearing on the show next season sporadically, Tamblyn has signed on for five episodes and may become a series regular.
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