The former 'Beverly Hills, 90210' star will return to the FX sitcom as a new regular to represent a male foil for Charlie Sheen's character.
Brian Austin Green is added as a new series regular to "Anger Management" cast. After guest-starring in the first season of Charlie Sheen's sitcom, the "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" hunk will return to the show in a permanent basis.
Green, who is married to Megan Fox, will reprise his role as Sean, the boyfriend of Charlie's ex-wife Jen (Shawnee Smith). He is the male foil for Sheen's character Charlie. The 39-year-old actor is expected to resurface sometime in the midseason.
"Anger Management" is likely to welcome another new series regular as the show is currently looking for a "gorgeous" and "sexy" Latina or Caucasian actress in her 30s or 40s to play a new psychiatrist, who joins Charlie to co-author the sex study research he and Kate (Selma Blair) were working on before she left. She is set to fill the void left by the recently departed Blair following her feud with lead actor Sheen.
Words were, Sheen was trying to bring in Mila Kunis for a multi-episode arc at $1 million per episode. The "Ted" actress is currently dating Ashton Kutcher, who has replaced Sheen on "Two and a Half Men".
Best known for his portrayal of David Silver on 1990s TV series "Beverly Hills, 90210", Green guest starred as Bree Van de Kamp's love interest on "Desperate Housewives" season 7 and recurred on "Smallville" as Metallo. He headlined TBS' "Wedding Band", which was canceled last January after only one season due to low ratings.