Thomas finally makes it on HBO's 'America'

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Eddie Kaye Thomas has joined HBO's upcoming comedy series "How to Make It in America" as a regular.

Additionally, Misha Collins has been upped to a regular on the CW drama "Supernatural" and Stephen Dunham has been added to TBS' comedy "The Bill Engvall Show."

Thomas guest-starred on the pilot for "America," which revolves around Ben (Bryan Greenberg) and his friend Cam (Victor Rasuk), enterprising twentysomethings who hustle their way through New York determined to achieve the American dream.

Thomas plays a man who went to high school with Ben. He runs a hedge fund and is extremely rich but wants to be cool — at any price.

Thomas, who starred on Fox's " 'Til Death" and voices a character on "American Dad!" is repped by Gersh and Untitled.

Collins had recurred on 12 episodes of "Supernatural," morphing between an otherworldly angel and a hapless family man. He is repped by SMS and Framework.

On "Engvall," Dunham will play Engvall's brother Kenny, a likable ne'er-do-well who gets by on his charm. The Domain-repped Dunham ("What I Like About You") joins as a recurring this season with an option to become a series regular. (partialdiff)
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