Chloe Bridges is twinning…
The 31-year-old half-Honduran American actress will star in the NBC comedy pilot Non-Evil Twin.
Bridges, who most recently starred in the short-lived series Maggie, will star opposite Dexter Darden, Robert Buckley, Amber Ruffin and Kenny Smith in the pilot.
The multi-camera pilot stars Ruffin playing the dual roles of twin sisters Angie and Amber. Angie is the ruthless CEO of AngieCorp, who is as heartless as she is rich. Angie instills fear in everyone she meets, except her caring sister, Amber, who only sees the good in her. Amber—a pushover when it comes to Angie—is forced to step in as the leader of AngieCorp, a Fortune 500 company, despite knowing little about business and even less about the way her sister has been running the corporation.
In addition to being the show’s star, Ruffin will also write and executive produce under her production banner, Straight to Cards, alongside Smith who will also serve as showrunner. Additionally, Kelly Park will direct and executive-produce.
Bridges plays Robin, the CEO of Dandee Sports Apparel and Angie’s (Ruffin) corporate nemesis. She’s a self-described woman of faith who’s a shark in the boardroom.
Bridges most recently co-starred on the Hulu comedy series Maggie. She previously appeared on Schooled, Insatiable, Daytime Divas and Freeform’s Pretty Little Liars. Bridges is most notably known for her role in Camp Rock 2, opposite the Jonas Brothers.
Her film roles include Game Over Man!, Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates and Final Girls.