Leah Remini A Cartoon? Looks Like It

Disney Channel PR announced today that Leah Remini, who is best known for her role as Carrie on King of Queens, will be playing a character on the Disney channel show Milo Murphy's Law.

Remini will play Mrs. Baxter, a substitute teacher, in the show. Her scheduled appearance will be on March 13; it is unclear whether she will return for other episodes. She's currently listed as a guest star.

With a new expose series on Scientology, Leah Remini has managed to stay in the spotlight via attacks on the pseudo-religion -- which she managed to escape from a few years ago.

But over the last few days, Remini has been embroiled in another issue, regarding an actor from That 70s Show. He alleges that Remini told another former Scientologist to accuse him of sexual abuse.

Milo Murphy's Law is in its first season, and it stars several well-known Disney actors/actresses. Sabrina Carpenter, who recently completed filming on Girl Meets World and who is now touring the world doing concerts, does one of the voices.

Mitchell Musso, who formerly starred in Hannah Montana opposite Miley Cyrus, also voices a character. Other voices are include people like Wierd Al Yankovic, and Vanessa Williams.

Even though only a few of the 21 episodes of the first season have shown to date, the show was renewed for a second season. We'll have to wait to find out if Leah Remini appears in season two.

We're very excited to see Leah Remini as a cartoon character. It will be a major change from the shows she normally does.

Do you watch Milo Murphy's Law? What do you think? Will Leah Remini play a good substitute teacher for the show? Who else would you want to see appearing a guest star or potential cast member? Tweet us or hit us up on Facebook and let us know.

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