Ryan McPartlin To Guest Star on USA Network's New Comedy PLAYING HOUSE

Ryan McPartlin
Ryan McPartlin has been tapped to appear in USA Network's new series PLAYING HOUSE. McPartlin will play Steve, a hunky officer who helps Maggie (Lennon Parham) and Emma (Jessica St. Clair) install their baby seat. PLAYING HOUSE, starring and executive produced by Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair, will premiere in the spring of 2014. McPartlin joins a list of recently announced guest stars including Bobby Moynihan (SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE), Lindsay Sloane (HORRIBLE BOSSES), Jason Mantzoukas (THE LEAGUE), Ian Roberts (Upright Citizen Brigade Co-Founder), Andy Daly (EASTBOUND AND DOWN) and John Lutz (30 ROCK).

Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, McPartlin has gone from achieving success on the football field at the University of Illinois to achieving success on screen. His television credits include lead roles on PASSIONS, CHUCK and LIVING WITH FRAN. Most recently, he starred in the mini-series EVERYTHING SHE EVER WANTED. McPartline's guest star credits include stints on MAD MEN, COMMUNITY, HART OF DIXIE, NECESSARY ROUGHNESS, RIZZOLI & ISLE and HOT IN CLEVELAND, among others. Additionally he voiced the title role in the animated feature The Adventures of Clutch Powers. McPartlin is repped by Evolution and Gersh.

Childhood best friends Maggie Caruso and Emma Crawford have shared countless adventures growing up together in the charming town of Pinebrook, CT. Now, Maggie and Emma are in store for one of their biggest adventures yet—raising a baby. When Maggie discovers that her husband is having an online affair with a muscular German woman, Emma gives up her burgeoning business career in China to stay in their hometown and help Maggie raise her baby. Meanwhile, as Maggie prepares for the birth of her first child and the fallout of her marriage ending, Emma must confront the past that she abruptly left behind thirteen years ago -- her first love and local cop Mark (Keegan-Michael Key), her prim-and-proper mother (Jane Kaczmarek) and a small town that she’s never felt comfortable in. Despite their differences – Emma is brash, bold, and assertive while Maggie is grounded, rational, and safe – the women complement each other the way only best friends can, by facing the challenges of their past, present and future--together. PLAYING HOUSE stars St. Clair and Parham, and is executive produced by St. Clair and Parham along with Scot Armstrong, Judah Miller and Ravi Nandan of American Work. The series is produced by Universal Cable Productions.

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