The former 'Mad Love' actress lands a recurring role as Bridget, who is in the process of divorcing internet billionaire Walden Schmidt.
"Two and a Half Men" has found a woman who broke the heart of Ashton Kutcher's character. It has been confirmed that Judy Greer has been cast for the recurring role of Walden Schmidt's soon-to-be ex-wife, Bridget, in its upcoming ninth season.
It has been previously reported that Kutcher's internet billionaire character is in the process of divorcing his wife. The 33-year-old himself recently spilled the beans that Walden is very heartbroken over the breakup that he tries to kill himself.
Also as a result of the failed marriage, Walden will buy the home where Charlie Sheen's Charlie Harper was living. He then convinces Alan Harper (Jon Cryer) and his son Jake (Angus T. Jones) to stay.
Talking about Walden, Cryer said, "He is maladroit socially, which allows me to form a sort of mentor relationship with him. Which is of course, ridiculous, because my character is such a mess as a human being." He additionally described his character, Alan, as "being the more romantically experienced one" of the other two boys.
Judy Greer has previously appeared on "Two and a Half Men" as Myra, a love interest for Charlie Harper. The new role will reunite the Connie Grabowski of "Mad Love" with Ashton Kutcher after they starred together on 2008 comedy "Miss/Guided".
Season 9 of "Men" will premiere on September 19 at 9 P.M. on CBS. On the same day, Comedy Central will air a roast of Charlie Sheen with Seth MacFarlane as the host. Recent report said Mike Tyson will also roast the 45-year-old actor, joining Steve-O, Anthony Jeselnik and Jeff Ross.