Amber Tambyln has been promoted to regular role on the sitcom "Two and a Half Men" after appearing on only one episode and initially signing on as a recurring character during the current 11th season.
CBS announced the news on Wednesday, Oct. 2, in a statement obtained by OTRC.com. The 30-year-old actress, who rose to fame on "Joan of Arcadia" and also starred on "House," made her debut on the season premiere of "Two and a Half Men" last week on Sept. 26, playing Jenny, the illegitimate and lesbian daughter of the late Charlie Harper, Charlie Sheen's former role.
Her character is an aspiring actress who ends up living in her father's beach house with her uncle Alan, played by Jon Cryer, and roommate Walden, played by Ashton Kutcher.
Tamblyn was originally supposed to appear on the show for five episodes, Deadline.com had reported in August, adding that her role may be upped to series regular in the future.
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