This publicity photo released by Showtime shows Don Cheadle, left, as Marty Kaan and Matt Damon, as himself, in "House of Lies," Season 2, Episode 4, on Showtime. Damon is practically becoming a TV comedy regular. Showtime said Damon will guest star next week on "House of Lies," playing what the channel called a "maniacal megastar" version of himself. (AP Photo/Showtime, Michael Desmond)
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Matt Damon is becoming a TV comedy regular.
Showtime said Monday that Damon will guest star next week on "House of Lies." He'll play what the channel called a "maniacal megastar" version of himself.
Last month, Damon staged a mock takeover of Jimmy Kimmel's ABC talk show, tying Kimmel to a chair and acting as host for a night. On NBC's just-ended "30 Rock," Damon appeared in several episodes as boyfriend to Tina Fey's character, Liz Lemon.
On the Sunday, Feb. 10, "House of Lies" episode, Damon seeks help in finding a charity to carry his name. The actor plays opposite "House of Lies" star Don Cheadle, his friend and a cast mate in the "Ocean's Eleven" movie franchise.
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