Ben Stiller Returning to 'Arrested Development'
The actor, who once guested as magician Tony Wonder, will appear during the Netflix run.
The upcoming revival of Arrested Development may only be one season for Netflix, but at least it's not skimping on guest stars.
Netflix confirms to The Hollywood Reporter that Ben Stiller will appear on the series when it returns in May, as first reported by EW. Stiller previously played GOB's (Will Arnett) magician rival, Tony Wonder. It's uncertain the capacity in which he'll be involved, but he will be reprising the role.
Kristen Wiig, Seth Rogen, Conan O'Brien, Andy Richter, John Slattery, Terry Crews and Isla Fisher are among the previously announced actors who joined production of the long-defunct Fox comedy.
The new run of Arrested Development takes on a slightly new format, with episodes taking place concurrently and focusing on an individual member of the Bluth family. "This is the first act of what we would like to complete in a movie," said creator Mitch Hurwitz. "These are episodes that set that up. One does not work without the other."
Stiller is repped by WME.
Lesley Goldberg contributed to this report.
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