The final member of the family on Michael J. Fox‘s upcoming NBC comedy is in place.
Juliette Goglia (“Joan of Arcadia,” “Easy A”) will play Fox’s daughter on the show, which is guaranteed a spot on NBC’s 2013-14 schedule. Her character is the middle child in the family, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The untitled show’s family also includes Betsy Brandt (“Breaking Bad”) as Fox’s wife, Katie Finneran (“I Hate My Teenage Daughter”) as his sister and Conor Romero and Jack Gore as his other children.
Fox’s character is a New York news anchor who has taken time off to deal with Parkinson’s disease but wants to return to work. Wendell Pierce (“The Wire,” “Treme”) will play his former boss at the TV station.
Goglia played the younger version of Emma Stone’s character in “Easy A” (whose director, Will Gluck, is an executive producer of the NBC show) and was Little Girl God on “Joan of Arcadia.” She has guest-starred on “The Finder,” “Private Practice” and a number of Disney Channel shows, including “Good Luck Charlie” and “Shake It Up.”