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Actress Cristin Milioti is now famously known as 'the mother' in the long-running series, 'How I Met Your Mother'.
Cristin Milioti, the "mother" in How I Met Your Mother, has found a new gig.
CRISTIN Milioti, who was thrust into the spotlight when she was introduced as the titular mystery mom in CBS’s How I Met Your Mother last year, has found a new gig for when that series wraps up.
Milioti has been cast in the NBC comedy pilot A To Z, which comes from Rashida Jones and Will McCormack’s Le Train Train production company, in association with Warner Bros Television.
A To Z follows the relationship between a young couple, Andrew and Zelda, from meeting to breakup. Milioti will play Zelda, a realist and attorney at a small, public-advocacy law firm. Alternately serious and hilarious, Zelda loves being a grown-up and doesn’t understand why anyone over 20 would go see an animated movie or eat ice cream sundaes. Destiny and fate are not in her vocabulary; she believes she controls her own destiny.
Jones and McCormack are executive producing, as is Ben Queen (Cars 2), who wrote the pilot. – Reuters
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