Wayne Brady to Star in Autobiographical Comedy Based on His Co-Parenting Blended Family

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Wayne Brady is set to topline an autobiographical hybrid comedy.⁠

Brady is collaborating on this project with his ex-wife, Mandie Taketa as well as Will & Grace writer-producers Tracy Poust and Jon Kinnally.⁠

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The project will center on a divorced couple who successfully co-parent in a blended multiracial family. The storyline is inspired by Brady’s personal life experience. The ‘Whose Line is It Anyway’ alum who is in a blended family himself, spent the pandemic with his daughter, ex-wife, Taketa, and Taketa’s boyfriend.

While speaking to Access Hollywood, he said ⁠It was that experience that inspired the series.⁠

He said that he has been spending a lot of time with his ex-wife, her boyfriend and their daughter while in quarantine. “It’s been natural for us. We didn’t need a quarantine to do this, we’ve been doing it for Maile’s whole life,” Brady said. “Now we have a sitcom that we are working on with our friends who were the showrunners over at Will & Grace, Tracy and Jon. We’re writing a script about our life as a blended family, we call ourselves the ‘core four.’”⁠

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CBS is currently developing the untitled project with the aforementioned quartet are writing and executive producing the project.⁠

Brady hosts CBS’ daytime game show Let’s Make a Deal, which will air a primetime special Dec. 22. As an actor, he recently did stints on CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful and The Neighborhood, the CW’s Black Lightning and ABC’s Mixed-ish.

This sounds interesting, I love shows the few shows that showcase positive co-parenting.⁠

 

 

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