Fred Durst Develops Sitcom for CBS

Limp Bizkit frontman may star in a show called 'Douchebag'

October 14, 2011 8:45 AM ET
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Fred Durst to star in CBS sitcom 'Douchebag'
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Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst has signed on with CBS to star in a new sitcom, which he will also co-produce. The show, which has the working title Douchebag, will be about an aging rock star attempting to balance his life as a celebrity with the pressures of raising his family. At this point, the program is still being developed, but it could appear as part of the network's fall lineup.

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Durst has a limited resumé as an actor. The rocker has appeared in a handful of episodes of the Fox hit House as a bartender, and had a role in the NBC mini-series Revelations back in 2005.

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