"Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle" star John Cho can't seem to get a comedy pilot off the ground, but that won't stop him from guest starring on an established show.
The actor will appear in three episodes of FOX's sitcom "'Til Death," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The show, which enters its second season this fall, centers on a jaded married couple (Brad Garrett, Joely Fisher) who live next door to newlyweds Steph and Jeff Woodcock (Kat Foster, Eddie Kaye Thomas).
During his stint, Cho will play the principal of a snooty private school who locks horns with Jeff, the vice principal of the public school.
So far, Cho has been associated with three comedy pilots that haven't gone anywhere, with the final one still being considered. NBC's "The Men's Room" was shelved after six episodes were shot but never aired, while the network's "The Single's Table" never saw the light of day either. He's currently cast in an untitled CBS pilot about the late-night denizens of a 24-hour diner.
At least his movie career has been steady lately. Since 2004's "Harold & Kumar," he's had small roles in "In Good Company," "American Dreamz" and "Bickford Schmeckler's Cool Ideas." He next reunites with Kal Penn for the "Harold & Kumar" sequel to be released sometime in 2008.