It appears as though we've found our controversial casting: is set to play Jenny, Charlie Harper's () estranged lesbian daughter in the new season of Two and a Half Men. Jenny will move to L.A. in pursuit of a career in acting, as well as attempting to reconnect with her scattered family. Fans of the show will surely enjoy the chance to see if Jenny will continue in her father's girl-chasing footseps. Tamblyn is contracted to five episodes of the hit sitcom and will possibly feature more prominently if the part is received well by audiences.
Two and a Half Men's has said that Tamblyn's new lesbian character will breathe new life into the sitcom, and put the boys - Alan () and Walden () - in their places:
I think it would be great to have a voice on the show from a different perspective. The show has had enough testosterone to last a lifetime. [Tamblyn's role] brings a healthy amount of decadence, which is always fun.
Amber Tamblyn comes to Two and a Half Men with a wide variety of experience under her belt - though none which would inform the intimacies of her current role; Tamblyn is happily married to fellow actor . Her recent film work includes 127 Hours and Main Street, as well as shining in CBS' new big-budget pilot for Anatomy of Violence.
Season 11 will premiere on September 26th on CBS. The full article is available on The Hollywood Reporter.