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The 'Harold and Kumar' actor reminds people of the good things President Barack Obama has done, adding, 'Thank you, invisible man in the chair, for that.'
With the new title, the television stars are responsible for mobilizing voters as well as giving input to the President on strategic issues for his re-election.
The former 'House M.D.' actor will play an uncool cubicle worker whose identity is stolen, but he ends up liking the fake life he's given more than the real one.
Leaving his post at the White House, the 'House M.D.' alum will take a recurring role of Kevin in the comedy series.
Marcellus Chamber, who robbed the 'Harold and Kumar' actor at gunpoint in April last year, is facing up to four years in prison for felony charges of robbery and assault with a deadly weapon.
The actor was walking on Northwest Washington in wee hour when a gunman approached him and took his belongings.