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Pratt signs on as female lead in Fox's 'Albert'

26 March 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

The Fat Albert movie has found its female lead. Teen star Kyla Pratt has been cast in the big-screen adaptation of the children's cartoon series as the teenage girl whose favorite 'toon characters fall out of her TV set and into her life. Joel Zwick directs. Albert is being produced by Bill and Camille Cosby and Fox-based John Davis through his John Davis Entertainment. Bill Cosby also is involved in writing the movie, which is based on his 1970s series Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids. Fox will distribute. Pratt's big-screen credits include Mike Figgis' One Night Stand, Love & Basketball as well as Dr. Doolittle 1 and its sequel, in which Pratt starred opposite Eddie Murphy. She also appears on UPN's One on One and Disney Channel's Proud Family. Pratt is repped by Landis-Simon Prods., Talent Management and the law firm of Nelson Felker. »

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