Kevin Dillon has been tapped to star in CBS pilot titled How to Be a Gentleman.
Such an appropriate name for a comedy in the wake of the whole Charlie Sheen/Two and a Half Men fiasco.
The comedy project is based off the book How to Be a Gentlemen: A Contemporary Guide to Common Courtesy. Developing the comedy is David Hornsby, who has been a co-executive producer and writer for FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
In Gentlemen, Hornsby will play Alan, a magazine writer who pens a column on how to be a gentlemen. Dillon, who will be finishing up his last season of HBO’s Entourage this summer, plays the role of Bert.
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