THE WHITE HOUSE IS STAFFED FOR
COMEDY CENTRAL'S® NEW SERIES "THAT'S MY BUSH!"
New Live–Action Sitcom From Matt Stone And Trey Parker To Premiere April 4
NEW YORK, February 27, 2001—The White House is staffed for COMEDY CENTRAL's new series, "That's My Bush!," set to premiere on the network Wednesday, April 4 at 10:30 p.m. Joining Timothy Bottoms as George W. Bush, Carrie Quinn Dolin will play "First Lady Laura Bush"; Kurt Fuller will play "Karl," President Bush's advisor; Marcia Wallace will play "Maggie," the White House housekeeper; Kristen Miller will play "Princess," Bush's scheduling secretary; and John D'Aquino will play "Larry," the Bush family's next door neighbor.
Carrie Quinn Dolin began her acting career in theater and has recently done work in such film and television projects as "Mad About You," "Bulworth," "Batman and Robin," "8MM," as well as a number of independent films. Dolin's theater credits include "Cabaret," "The Vagina Monologues," "Diviners," and "Last Summer at Bluefish Cove." Dolin has performed on stage in both Los Angeles and New York City.
Kurt Fuller's film credits include "Scary Movie," "Pushing Tin" and "Bonfire of the Vanities," in addition to appearing as a regular in several television series including "The Tick," "Timecop" and "Raising Caines."
Marcia Wallace, an Emmy-award winner for her voice–over role as Bart's teacher, Mrs. Krabappel on "The Simpsons," is best known as Carol Kester on "The Bob Newhart Show." Wallace has many additional credits in both film and theater.
Kristen Miller credits include the television series "Son of the Beach," "MTV's Undressed," and "USA High." In addition, she has done film and theater work in New York and Los Angeles.
John D'Aquino has appeared in numerous television series including "Seinfeld," "Melrose Place," "V.I.P." and "Martial Law," as well as in many films including "No Way Out," starring Kevin Costner.
"That's My Bush!" offers a glimpse of life at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue as George W. Bush makes his primetime debut in his very own television show. The challenge to the country's newest President is in balancing the volatile issues of the day with his equally demanding personal life. The series will also parody the classic sitcom genre, as Matt Stone and Trey Parker, the creators of "South Park," choose once again not to play by conventional standards.
"That's My Bush!" will be directed by Jeff Melman ("Malcom in the Middle," "Frasier"). The series is the brainchild of Stone and Parker, who are the executive producers, along with Anne Garefino. Debbie Liebling is the executive producer for COMEDY CENTRAL.
COMEDY CENTRAL, the only all–comedy network is currently available in over 69 million homes nationwide. COMEDY CENTRAL, a registered trademark of Comedy Partners, is a 50–50 joint venture of Time Warner Entertainment Company and Viacom.