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Lynda Carter, Amber Tamblyn to join ‘Two and a Half Men’

Lynda Carter, Amber Tamblyn to join ‘Two and a Half Men’

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Former TV Wonder Woman Lynda Carter is heading back to the small screen to join the cast of Two and a Half Men.

The actress will play “a version of herself” in the upcoming 11th season of the sitcom.

Carter won’t be the only new face on the show this season – actress Amber Tamblyn has joined the cast as the lesbian daughter of deceased character Charlie Harper, who was played by Charlie Sheen.

Tamblyn will replace Angus T. Jones as a regular on the show. Jones quit at the end of the last season after growing tired of his own TV celebrity.

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