When Majandra Delfino was pregnant with her daughter, ABC cast the former Roswell star in a most unusual role.
“I did this pilot, The Family Trap, with Mandy Moore and I played a drunk. I was eight months pregnant,” Delfino tells PEOPLE with a laugh.
“They did such a good job of hiding it and it was really interesting — I had to be this waistoid and all the while had this baby inside of me kicking. It was just so funny,” she recalls.
Now seven months pregnant with her second child, the actress, 32, is starring on the upcoming CBS sitcom Friends With Better Lives — a role that mirrors her real life as an expectant mom.
“When I found out and called [the producers] with the news, they were so excited. They were like, ‘Okay, we’ll just make your character pregnant,’” Delfino says. “It’s going to be all crazy couples stuff that happens when you’re expecting, so it should be really funny.”
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Majandra and David attended The Hollywood Reporter’s Emmy Party last night. Majandra’s dress is adorable and so are the pics of David having his hand on her stomach.
Thanks to Raina for some of them.
New Girl‘s David Walton and Roswell‘s Majandra Delfino are expecting their second child in December, People reports.
“We are very excited. We think our 1-year-old Cecilia is excited too, but she can’t talk yet so we can’t be sure,” the couple joked in a statement.
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This is great news for the couple, especially since Walton apparently has a bad case of baby fever. “I walked in on my husband talking about having a third child and we haven’t even had a second yet. What the hell you guys??” Delfino tweeted June 6.
Delfino will soon be seen on the new series Friends with Better Lives while Walton will star on the small-screen adaptation of About a Boy, one of TVGuide.com’s most-anticipated new comedies. The comedies are set to premiere midseason on CBS and NBC, respectively.
Source: TV Guide
Finally some new pics of Majandra. She attended the Twentieth Century Fox Television Distribution’s 2013 LA Screenings Lot Party with her new co-stars Brooklyn Decker and James van der Beek. I can’t wait for the promotion to start and for more pics.
Happy Birthday to MAD – Online. The site turned 9 years today. Can’t believe it’s been that long. I made a new layout as you can see. I redid some of the pages and updated the biography and filmography. I hope you like it. Also let me know if something is off. There is also a new layout @ the gallery
CBS has given a series order to multi-camera comedy pilot Friends With Better Lives, which I hear CBS topper Les Moonves, who developed Friends back in his Warner Bros. days, had been hailing as a potential new incarnation of the blockbuster NBC comedy. With its setup as a young ensemble, Friends With Better Lives could certainly become a successor to CBS’ departing comedy How I Met Your Mother. Written by Dana Klein and directed by James Burrows, Friends With Better Lives revolves around a group of 30-something friends who each think the other has it better. I hear the series pickup deal came after 48 hours of intense negotiations, spearheaded by executive producer Aaron Kaplan of Kapital Entertainment. He is exec producing Friends with Klein for 20th Century Fox TV. The ensemble cast includes James Van Der Beek, Brooklyn Decker, Rick Donald, Kevin Connolly, Zoe Lister Jones, Majandra Delfino. Friends With Better Lives was one of two CBS comedy pilots at the network still in contention. I hear the other, Bad Teacher, is still a possibility for midseason. CBS’ current tally of new comedy series stands at five — Friends and Crazy Ones, We Are Men, The Millers and Mom. That is more than double what CBS ordered on the comedy side last May and the most comedy orders at the network in a long time.
I added screencaptures from last night’s ‘The Office’ episode ’9.17 The Farm’. Enjoy!