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Celeb Talk: Missi Pyle

Andrea Kay commonly known by her stage name Missi Pyle is an American singer and actress. She has appeared in several films, including the Galaxy Quest, Academy Award-winning film, The Artist, Dodgeball, Big Fish, A True Underdog Story, 50 First Dates, the Chocolate Factory, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Pyle acted as Jake’s Elementary School educator Ms. Pasternak on Two and a Half Men. The part was recast in 2009 for undisclosed reasons. However, Pyle came back to the arrangement in the same part in 2011 and again on the show finale “Of Course He’s Dead” in 2015.

Missi Pyle’s latest series is ABC comedy pilot, “This Might Hurt“. In the proposed series, Pyle plays an ob-gyn with man-trust issues, says the Reporter. 

As a character, she works at a private medical practice, which is run by a middle-aged man and staffed, in part, by his dull son, with whom he’s cannot agree with. Pyle, who has appeared in shows from Heroes to Boston Legal, also appears in the new film, Harold, and Kumar, “Escape from Guantanamo Bay”.

She is among other three joining projects on ABC: that includes Tom Amandes and Alex. This Might Hurt,” and Susanna Thompson has come on board NBC’s drama “Kings.” “Hurt,” from 20th TV, is set at a private medical practice owned by a fifty-something old-school pediatrician, his brainy internist son (Josh Dean) with whom he is in constant conflict and an ob-gyn (Pyle) who has an inherent distrust of all men. 

She is also among the main actors of Pandemic, which has Rachel Nichols, Alfie Allen and her. The series was released on May 23rd, 2016 from Platform Entertainment Limited.

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