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Megan Mullally to Return to NBC's PARKS & RECREATION

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Megan Mullally to Return to NBC's PARKS & RECREATION

TVGuide.com reports that Broadway vet Megan Mullally will reprise her role of 'Tammy 2' in the NBC comedy PARKS AND RECREATION. The actress will return as the second ex-wife of Nick Offerman's Ron and "stir up trouble." Ron recently began a romantic relationship with Diane, played by Lucy Lawless.

Mullally is best known for her role as 'Karen Walker' on the long running comedy 'Will & Grace.' Her other recent TV credits include  Happy Endings, Party Down and Childrens Hospital.

She has received an Outer Critics Circle Award nomination for her performance as Rosemary in the Broadway revival of How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying opposite Matthew Broderick and starred in the hit Broadway musical, Young Frankenstein. Her other Los Angeles theater credits include The Berlin Circle at The Evidence Room Theater, for which she won the 2000 BackStage West Garland Award for Best Lead Actress in a Play and the L.A. Weekly Award for Best Leading Female Performance. She also appeared in Mayhem at The Evidence Room, as well as a variety of plays and musicals in both Chicago and Los Angeles.

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