Miami Heat's Chris Bosh Books Cameo on NBC's 'Go On' (Exclusive)
The NBA champion power forward will play himself in an episode of the upcoming Matthew Perry comedy.
NBC's freshman comedy Go On is adding a power forward to its guest-star lineup.
The Miami Heat's Chris Bosh has booked a cameo role on the network's Matthew Perry series, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively.
Go On stars Perry as a sports-talk radio host who joins a support group to cope with the recent death of his wife.
Bosh, who won his first NBA title this year, will pop in to the KBAL offices and guest on The Ryan King Show.
He becomes the latest in a line of Hollywood-friendly athletes (and sports personalities) to book cameos on the series, joining Bob Costas, Terrell Owens and Jeremy Roenick.
Go On, which NBC previewed to 16 million viewers after the Olympics, premieres at 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11, on NBC.
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