Tim Allen to Make Directorial Debut

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by | March 4, 2008 | Comments

You may know him as Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor, or the star of comedies such as the Santa Clause films and that Shaggy Dog remake, but what Tim Allen really wants to do is direct.

Variety reports that Allen will be doing just that when he steps behind the cameras for Crazy on the Outside, “an independently financed comedy” that’s set to star Ray Liotta, Carrie-Anne Moss, Julie Bowen, and Kelsey Grammer. Check it out:

Scripted by Judd Pillot and John Peaslee, the adult-themed comedy stars Allen as a parolee who finds life outside a prison cell to be much crazier once he enters his quirky sister’s world.

According to the article, Allen recently wrapped a role in a David Mamet film, which undoubtedly violates at least one law of physics.

Source: Variety

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