Monday, October 8, 2012

10/08 David Krumholtz, Partners, CBS

 David Krumholtz joins the show to promote his most current roll as Joe in PARTNERS on CBS!

 David Krumholtz is known for his vast array of characters, most notably starring in the Network's "Numb3rs."   Recently on the big screen, he reprised his role for the third time in the feature film "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas" and also appeared in the film "Mr. Popper's Penguins."  Krumholtz will soon be seen in the feature film ensemble dark comedy "End of the World." His additional feature film credits include "Superbad," "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle," "Harold & Kumar go to Guantanamo Bay," "Walk Hard," "Serenity," the feature-length adaptation of the sci-fi drama "Firefly," "Santa Clause 2," "Slums of Beverly Hills," "The Mexican," "Sidewalks of New York," "Scorched," "Ten Things I Hate About You" and Barry Levinson's critically acclaimed "Liberty Heights." On television, Krumholtz appeared in "The Playboy Club," received critical acclaim for his starring role in the television film "Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie," and will soon be seen in the HBO series "The Newsroom."


PARTNERS is a comedy based on the lives of creators David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, about two life-long best friends and business partners whose “bromance” is tested when one of them is engaged to be married.  Joe played by David Krumholtz is an accomplished architect who leads with his head and not his heart, especially in his love life.  That’s in stark contrast to his gay co-worker, Louis, who is spontaneous, emotional and prone to exaggeration.  Both have found joy in their love lives: Joe is newly engaged to Ali, a beautiful and sophisticated jewelry designer, and Louis’ companion is Wyatt, a vegan nurse who Louis insists is just a promotion away from becoming a doctor.  As news of Joe’s engagement settles, time will tell if their business and personal bond can adapt to the addition of two other important relationships.


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