Kal Penn is ready for his hosting obligations.
The Indian American actor is set to host a competitors series on Meals Community titled, “Money Hungry.” The collection is billed as a “a contest that requires the abilities of a super taster mixed with a vast-achieving culinary understanding to full a collection of significantly difficult flavor checks encompassing the complete planet of flavors,” according to Deadline.
The “Designated Survivor” star has experienced sufficient knowledge fronting Television contests. He hosted Fox’s “Superhuman,” in which five contestants vied for a $50,000 grand prize as they shown their special skills in advance of a movie star panel.
On Disney’s Freeform Channel in 2020, he hosted the clearly show, “Kal Penn Approves This Concept,” a intelligent, irreverent unscripted comedy sequence that explored difficulties appropriate to millennial and Gen Z voters. He also co-made, and executive created the six-episodic series.
Penn has now extra author to his resume. He is functioning on a memoir, “You Can’t Be Severe,” a collection of funny, consequential, uncomfortable, and absurd tales from his idiosyncratic existence, for every publishing business Simon & Schuster.
In this refreshingly candid memoir, Penn, it said, recounts why he rejected the suggestions of his aunties and direction counselors and, alternatively of getting to be a medical professional or “something practical,” embarked on a stunning journey that has incorporated performing, composing, performing as a farmhand, teaching Ivy League University programs, and cigarette smoking fake weed with a bogus president of the United States, ahead of serving the place and advising a true 1.
“You Can not Be Serious” will be published by Gallery Textbooks, a division of Simon and Schuster, Nov. 2, 2021.
Penn has played major roles in some of the most-watched television exhibits, which includes “How I Satisfied Your Mother.” He at the moment stars in the CBS series, “Clarice,” a sequel to “Silence of the Lambs,” and the Disney Junior animated collection, “Mira, Royal Detective.”
On the major display, Penn has starred in videos that have collectively grossed much more than a billion dollars, which include the “Harold and Kumar” franchise, “National Lampoon’s Van Wilder,” “Superman Returns,” and “The Namesake,” amid many others.
He has also served as an adjunct lecturer in sociology and film scientific studies at the College of Pennsylvania, and in sociology and political science at the College of California, Los Angeles.
Penn has worked as an associate director of the White House Workplace of Public Engagement, where by he was President Obama’s Liaison to Young Americans, Asian Us citizens and Pacific Islanders, and the Arts communities in America.