Former "Dharma & Greg" star Jenna Elfman is joining the cast of Howard Gould's comedy "The Six Wives of Henry Lefay."
Sure will add the degree of laughs for the movie with her knack in comedy, Jenna Elfman has signed on to take starring part in "The Six Wives of Henry Lefay", a joint film project of Holly Wiersma Productions and Ring Productions.
The former "Dharma & Greg" star thereby becomes the latest Hollywood name to join the flick, set to be directed by Howard Gould from his own script. Others already picked up for the cast include Elisha Cuthbert, Paz Vega, Andie MacDowell, Kelli Garner, and Tim Allen, who gets billed to play the title role.
Story follows the events that occur after Allen's character, a flashy salesman, is presumed dead upon goes missing during a skydiving expedition. His daughter, played by Cuthbert, returns home to arrange his funeral only to find out that his current wife and her five predecessors are fighting over who gets to bury him and whom he loved most. Matters become further complicated when it is learned that the man might not actually be dead.