The TV Land series premiering Wednesday, September 28th revolves around Rosenbaum as Buddy Dobbs, a gambling, pot-smoking slacker on the run from a loan shark, who steals a man’s identity and ends up posing as the new gay pastor in a small, tight-knit town. He’s welcomed with open arms by his new assistant Dora (Sara Rue), alluring church treasurer Alexa Cummings (Mircea Monroe) and enthusiastic secretary Russell Kerry (Mike Kosinski), but only the church president, Alden Schmidt (David Rasche) seems to sense that something isn’t right. Only time will tell how long he can keep up the facade.
Michael Rosenbaum has established himself as one of Hollywood’s most versatile talents, equally adept at comedy and drama. The Indiana native transformed to play one of the most memorable portrayals of the infamous Lex Luthor in the WB/CW series, Smallviille, and his film career has flourished. Films include Sweet November with Charlize Theron, Clint Eastwood’s Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Hit and Run, Urban Legend and countless uses of his assorted dialects for voice-over work, including the voice of The Flash on Cartoon Network’s Justice League.