Jeff Garlin is going back to television.
The Goldbergs alum is signing up with the 4th and last season of Netflix’s Never Have I Ever, E! News had actually discovered. And, according to Deadline, Garlin signs up with the coming-of-age funny as Len, “a sweet guy who repairs a mean sandwich and who makes Nirmala (Ranjita Chakravarty) reassess if she actually is finished with relationships permanently.”
This casting upgrade comes 12 months after Garlin’s abrupt exit from The Goldbergs, in which he played household patriarch Murray Goldberg for 9 seasons. The Curb Your Enthusiasm star left the Sony- produced comedy following an HR examination in the middle of claims of misbehavior.
In December 2021, Garlin informed Vanity Fair that he left the program on his own terms, however did verify that an examination happened.
“There has been an HR investigation on me the past three years,” he stated at the time. “HR has come to me three years in a row for my behavior on set.”
However, he rejected that he acted wrongly, keeping in mind, “There was nothing physical by any stretch of the imagination. And the verbal part was a joke that was completely missed.”
The brand-new gig marks Garlin’s very first function because his departure from The Goldbergs— and has actually gotten here in Sherman Oaks in the nick of time for the last season of the Mindy Kaling– developed series.