Exclusive: Brothers & Sisters Alum Ryan Devlin Joins NBC's Dane Cook Pilot Next Caller Please

Dane Cook has a new enemy.

Brothers & Sisters and Cougar Town grad Ryan Devlin has joined the cast of Next Caller Please, an NBC comedy pilot starring Cook as an abrasive, hard-drinking and sexist host of a New York-based satellite radio station.

Devlin will play Mason, a fellow host at the station who delights in being Cook’s workplace rival. He’ll appear as a guest star in the pilot and, if the project gets picked up to series, will likely recur.

The cast also includes Cougar Town‘s Collette Wolfe as Dane’s co-host.

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  1. Jess says:

    LOVED him on Cougar Town as Smith!

  2. KGT says:

    Sounds like a funny show, glad to see they’re rounding out the cast with talented actors. Although I’m still bummed about Brothers And Sisters not getting picked up!

  3. Fran says:

    He’s hilarious — and hot — can’t wait!

  4. bob loblaw says:

    Are you serious? He is about as funny as cancer.

  5. KSM says:

    That’s sad for him. I like Ryan Devlin, but Dane Cook is just AWFUL. I don’t know anyone that actually likes Dane Cook, so I doubt this will last long if it gets picked up.

    • Lindsey says:

      I couldn’t have said it better myself. I had no idea Dane Cook was still around and don’t know why he is when so many people can’t stand him. If it gets picked up, I’ll watch it for Ryan Devlin.

  6. Sylvia says:

    Dane Cook has the most Facebook followers (per Huffington Post article today) so I’d guess people find him funny.