There's almost nothing that Olivia Munn can't do. As TV personality, model, actress, author and animal rights activist, the girl is so busy she'd make the President look lazy. Still, she's finding time to work on major productions across the entertainment spectrum - from appearing in two films this year (Date Night, Iron Man 2) to starring in NBC's new midseason comedy Perfect Couples. You can now add the peacock's hit spy series Chuck to her ever-expanding resume, as Entertainment Weekly reports that the stunner will guest star on the McG/Josh Schwartz-produced action-comedy this fall.
Michael Ausiello broke the news that Munn would play an impossibly cool, smart, and pretty CIA agent who intimidates and schools Chuck and Morgan in the season 4 premiere (which hits the airwaves on Sept. 20) today. Also of note: that will be the same episode that Expendables star Dolph Lundgren will appear on the program, which should make for a particularly exciting and hopefully explosive premiere.
In my humble opinion, the more Munn, the more fun! She's got everything that a young actress should have: good looks, great personality and the will to do almost anything that she's tasked with doing. Her inclusion in Chuck is just another notch on the program's belt; the show has wrangled a wealth of entertaining special guest stars in it's three year run, from Brandon Routh to Scott Bakula to Jordana Brewster and Bruce Boxleiner.
Chuck stars Zachary Levi as a twenty-something computer geek who gets infused with critical government secrets and winds up a major commodity and liability to national security. Yvonne Strahovski and Adam Baldwin co-star.
The writer, whose first novel was turned into 2007 movie P.S. I Love You starring Gerard Butler and Hilary Swank, told guests to arrive at a church in Kinsealy, north Dublin to celebrate her six-month-old daughter Robin's christening.
But Ahern and her partner, former athlete David Keoghan, surprised guests by announcing they would also be getting married.
The author held a lavish party following the nuptials, with star guests including Irish band Westlife - singer Nicky Byrne is Ahern's brother-in-law.
Troubled Boyzone singer Ronan Keating and his estranged wife Yvonne were also in attendance at the post-wedding bash - although they reportedly sat on separate tables during the event. The couple separated last month (May10) amid allegations the singer had an affair with a dancer on tour.
Ahern kept plans for the ceremony under wraps but has since revealed her wedding details by issuing a photo of the happy couple on the big day.