With Pawnee behind him, Nick Offerman is making an attempt his hand as a soccer dad.
The actor, greatest often called lovably gruff Ron Swanson on the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation, has been solid as Colin Kaepernick’s adoptive father in Colin in Black and White, an upcoming Netflix series in regards to the real-life NFL quarterback and activist’s early life.
The streaming service introduced on Wednesday, Nov. 18, that Offerman and Weeds alum Mary Louise-Parker will play Rick and Teresa Kaepernick, who adopted Colin as an toddler. Jaden Michael, 17, portrays the teenage Colin, with the six-episode collection specializing in the long run star’s time in highschool.
The present, which counts Emmy winner Ava DuVernay as a producer, tells the story of Kaepernick rising up as a standout Black athlete in a principally white neighborhood. Kaepernick, 33, will narrate the collection and likewise function a producer.
“I’m powerfully happy to get to work with my heroes @ava @Kaepernick7 !” Offerman tweeted in response to the casting information. “And to mother or father an American champion with the legendary Mary Louise Parker, no much less.”