CSI alum Brandon Jones has been cast in Fox’s multi-camera comedy pilot and soon-to-be series known as Cabot College. Jones is the second of the four male leads to be cast.
According to Deadline, the soon-to-be multi-camera series takes place at a women’s college that has just begun to accept men for the first time. Jones, represented by Green and Associates and Velocity Entertainment, will play Gerald White, “a strapping, handsome, corn-fed, and incredibly naive,” guy from a town of 300 in Utah. White comes from a devoutly Mormon family, believes firmly in the dictates of his religion, and swears he will not waver in the face of temptations.
Third Watch alum Bonnie Dennison stars as Thena, a pretty but uptight sophomore and hard-core feminist who does not want men on campus. Broadway actor, Jack Cutmore-Scott co-stars as Charlie Deckard, a wealthy Kennedy-esque guy who enrolls in the college, much to Thena’s chagrin. Chelsea Lately‘s Fortune Feimster co-stars.
Production on the comedy, which begins in March, is being created and executive produced by Matt Hubbard. Tina Fey and Robert Carlock also executive produce while Pam Fryman directs and executive produces.
Jones credits also include Pretty Little Liars, The Fosters and Supernatural.