He wrote the 2012 film That's My Boy and created the ABC comedy series Happy Endings and the NBC sitcom Marry Me.In 2006, Caspe moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in screenwriting.Casey and her family maintain the charitable Kathy Wilson Foundation, established in 2005, which focuses on children with special needs.Her father Paul Wilson serves as president, with Casey and her brother Fletcher serving as vice presidents.Also read: Zoe Saldana to Star in NBC’s ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ These new comedy pilots will go into contention for series pick up at NBC with previously announced Kate Walsh-starrer “Bad Judge.” NBC has already ordered Mark and Robb Cullen’s “Mr.Robinson,” an untitled Tina Fey/Ellie Kemper comedy and Katie and Jane Ford’s “Working the Engels” to series.According to The Hollywood Reporter, Wilson, 33, and Capse, 35 — who started their relationship off as work friends and then fell in love — will collaborate again in the upcoming NBC sitcom titled, fittingly enough, Marry Me . (Especially considering she also stars in one of this year's most anticipated movies, Gone Girl .)While we're pumped that Wilson and Caspe will get to bring their magic back to the small screen, their union just makes us miss the brilliant, hilarious, and unjustly canceled Happy Endings even more than we already do.
Casey joins previously announced stars Busy Philipps and Bradley Whitford.
Just a few days after giving birth, Casey Wilson shared the first photo of her newborn son.
While we were obviously thrilled to hear that Wilson welcomed her baby boy earlier this week, we are even more pumped to see a pic!
In 2010, his screenplay for I Hate You, Dad (later re-titled That's My Boy) was picked up by Sony and Happy Madison productions.
The film starred Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg, and was released on June 15, 2012.
The comedy is about two estranged sisters (Casey and Philipps) who perform an act of public heroism and are forced to navigate the aftermath together.