‘Million Dollar Listing's’ Ryan Serhant Joins Noah Baumbach's ‘While We're Young’ (Exclusive)

'Million Dollar Listing's' Ryan Serhant Joins Noah Baumbach's 'While We're Young' (Exclusive)

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The Bravo reality star joins Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts and Amanda Seyfried on the indie film

Bravo's “Million Dollar Listing” star just landed another huge deal – but we're not talking real estate.

Ryan Serhant has been cast in Noah Baumbach's new indie film, “While We're Young,” TheWrap has learned. Producers are keeping his role secret.

One of the top real estate brokers in Manhattan, Serhant has starred on Bravo's popular unscripted series, “Million Dollar Listing: New York” for two seasons.

Also read: ‘Million Dollar Listing: New York’s’ Ryan Serhant Signs Across the Board With IMG (Exclusive)

This casting marks his return to scripted work. Serhant graduated from Hamilton College with a degree in theatre before nabbing the dual role of Evan Walsh/Frank on the daytime soap “As the World Turns” in 2008.

Serhant joins already announced cast members Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, Amanda Seyfried, Adam Driver, Charles Grodin and Adam Horovitz.

Also read: Amanda Seyfried to Star in Noah Baumbach’s ‘While We’re Young’ (Exclusive)

“While We're Young” follows a married couple, played by Stiller and Watts, that strikes up an unlikely friendship with a free-spirited younger couple, to be played by Driver and Seyfried, whose character makes homemade ice cream. Baumbach (“The Squid and the Whale,” “The Life Aquatic”) will write and direct.

Serhant is repped by manager Darren Bettencourt at The Representatives and Sharon Chang, Peter Knell, Greg Chang and Melissa Barron at IMG.

  • comtruise

    so dumb.

  • dboc

    This guy is kind of a dick on his real estate show.

  • Mahi Tuna

    the whole show went into the garbage can. people where interested in the inner workings of high priced real estate. somehow the producers thought the audience was interested in the life's of the real estate agents…really. hate to break it to them but they aren't real interesting. not many people want to spend time watching a gay wedding, a narcissistic guy who thinks he is “god's gift”. it became boring real quick. is this show still on?