America's Next Top Model: Cycle 3 Winner Eva Marcille Lands Role in Comedy Central Pilot
America's Next Top Model: Cycle 3 Winner Eva Marcille Lands Role in Comedy Central Pilot
Since America's Next Top Model, Eva Marcille has come a long way.  Though she's best known for her stint on The Young and the Restless, she isn't afraid to try out new roles.  One of which is for Comedy Central.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the former contestant of the CW reality TV competition has landed a part in a new pilot.  She'll be appearing in Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down, taking on the role of Jasmine.


America's Next Top Model is available on Amazon Prime.


Last month, Eva Marcille revealed her involvement in the project through her Twitter account.  At the time, she wrote, "On set shooting a pilot for comedy central... higher and higher, closer to my dreams."

It really does sound promising for her career.  The upcoming half-hour show is based on Paul Sapiano's indie comedy released in 2006.  With the success of that, this television pilot followed and will be directed by Michael Shapiro.

Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down
is said to be a how-to type of show, which will follow the lives of twentysomethings living in the city.  Several young characters will be involved, of course, with one narrator who will describe the process of "getting down".  There will be tips for those willing to listen and take note, but it will certainly be a hilarious addition to Comedy Central's line-up of shows.

The executive producers for Boys and Girls Guide to Getting Down are Paul Sapiano, John Lynch and Luke Greenfield.  The project is currently in development, but IMDB has already listed a number of actors involved in the pilot.

Joining the America's Next Top Model star Eva Marcille are Meghan Markle, Adam Pally, Max Greenfield and Sara Sanderson.  We still aren't sure which of them will be narrating the show though.  There's bound to be more developments for this project anyway, since it's become a part of Comedy Central's 2009-2010 slate.




Source: The Hollywood Reporter, Eva Marcille's Twitter, IMDB
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