Gosh, there are so many puns we can use for this one, but we’ll just dish it up — Meat Loaf is joining USA’s Fairly Legal.
Meat Loaf will join Fairly Legal’s second season when the show returns this spring. How’s that for tasty?
According to TV Line, the singer, whose real name is Marvin Lee Aday, will appear as Charlie DeKay.
Oh, even the last name has some kick to it when said in a certain context — decay.
According to the report, DeKay is “An old-school, blue-collar transportation union boss with a dirty mouth who wields an iron fist as he threatens to bring San Francisco to a halt in order to protect his workers.”
Meat Loaf’s episode will be the ninth in the season and is currently called “Kiss Me, Kate.”
Meat Loaf’s other small screen credits include Celebrity Apprentice, Monk, House and a cameo during Glee’s Rocky Horror Picture Show tribute.
Other guest stars slated to appear on Fairly Legal during season two include Mark Moses, Barry Shabaka Henley and Ryan Johnson.
With this being pilot season and the time for big guest stars to be announced, the internet is buzzing.
So far, Katy Perry, Robert Englund, Gloria Estefan and Matt Prokop have been added to some of the hottest shows, while pilot chatter has CBS, ABC Family, NBC and Fox in full swing.
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