Molly Morris (Miley Cyrus), a private investigator based in Dallas, takes photos of cheating men. She goes undercover as a sorority student named Brooke Stonebridge and receives help from her father (Mike O'Malley). Molly is reluctant at first, but ultimately decides to accept Ranford's offer.“He was picked for the Ari Gold role for a reason,” Sarah Tressler told My favorite picture of the night I think… #After Party #Last Shot Of The Night My Broadway Debut. X A photo posted by Siobhan Dillon (@siobhanlikescake) on Then, during his own Broadway run, Piven quickly pulled out of Speed-the-Plow after insisting he had a serious health scare brought about by eating too much sushi, and left his costar Elizabeth Moss and the rest of the cast hanging.a little tipsy and loving this woman more than ever! On a segment of , host Andy Cohen asked Moss: “What, besides eating too much sushi, caused Jeremy Piven to quit Speed-the-Plow? I could go on and on,” the Mad Men star replied with a knowing smile before answering, “Being highly unprofessional.” “We were all surprised,” she added.
(or in any other role) She agree to work undercover for FBI agent Jeremy Piven (What bet with the Devil did he lose too be in this? Although since the film ends with Cyrus failing to collect her fee it's unclear how her father is still alive and well.
According to a report in The Mirror, the handsome 51 year-old is dating Danielle Paige after meeting her at a party in Los Angeles.
But he rubbished her offensive claims, telling the Daily Mail: ‘I’m not a wildly offensive, abrasive guy.
This could have been easily explained away with Cyrus receiving reward money from the FBI but that would be to logical for the "writers." Cyrus must go "so undercover" as a spoiled sorority brat at a New Orleans university, in order to..........?
Well again, the "writers" never really bother to explain this or how Jeremy Piven has an unlimited budget to supply Cyrus with her undercover rich brat identity.