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Press pause on those deadbeat husband jokes. Just days after his rapping wrapped the Teen Choice Awards, Kevin Federline, 28, showed up for another gig: playing a menacing teen on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. "I play a little edgy dude," Federline says of his first acting job - with lines, at least. (He also appeared in a video for wife Britney Spears.) The episode doesn't air until October, but Federline, who recently nabbed a distribution deal with Sony, has already received one rave: "[Britney] is very, very excited," he tells Scoop. "Man, she's supportive." Nothing like encouragement from the woman of the house.
Source: People, britneyexperts.com, houseofbritney
Kevin Federline gets ready to flip the script as he takes a break on the set of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation recently. The aspiring rapper is making his acting debut in the hit CBS drama as a menacing teen in the episode "Fannysmackin'".
TMZ has obtained photo evidence of Kevin Federline actually working, for a change. Britney's man was all smiles on the set of the CBS hit drama "CSI," where the star has scored a role on the popular crime drama. During the shoot, K-Fed found time to chat with an actual LAPD officer on set in between takes. Observers say officers were instructed to keep curious fans and the "Pavarottis" (sic) at bay.
Kevin plays a thuggish, arrogant teen who harasses investigators on the show, played by series regulars George Eads and Gary Dourdan (investigators Nick Stokes and Warrick Brown, respectively). Don't miss K-Fed's acting debut, set to air this fall on CBS.
Federline, who recently completed the video for "Lose Control," has also landed a role on CBS' hit drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Federline will portray "Cole Tritt," a troubled young man who harasses the CSI team, as they investigate a serious of assaults in the Las Vegas area.
“I’m very excited about all of the opportunities that are being presented to me at this time that will allow for me to grow as an artist and please my fans,” Federline said.