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TVLINE.COM reports that the British singer will have a cameo in a forthcoming episode of the new Michael J. Fox sitcom, which premiered on NBC on Sept 26.
Sting will play himself on The Michael J. Fox Show during a Christmas episode.
Just how he comes to enter the life of Mike Henry, the TV presenter suffering from Parkinson’s disease, remains a mystery for now.
The former Police frontman has already played himself on a number of TV shows, lending his voice to an animated version of himself on The Simpsons in the 1990s, and appearing in a cameo role on Ally McBeal in 2001.
Since its premiere, The Michael J. Fox Show has drawn around seven million viewers.
It is up against another new comedy on CBS, The Crazy Ones starring Robin Williams, which has attracted an average of 13.6 million viewers per episode.
Connick Jr to headline musical series
FOX is preparing a new series that will allow singer Harry Connick Jr to bring both his musical and acting talents to the screen, Deadline.com informs. Already a judge on the channel’s hit TV talent show American Idol, he will continue his collaboration with Fox through an as-yet-untitled musical series.
The singer will play a successful entertainer who decides to step out of the limelight to spend more time with his teenage daughter.
The singer has appeared in a number of supporting roles on TV, playing recurring characters on Will & Grace and Law & Order: SVU, to name a few. – AFP Relaxnews
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