Judy Greer Signs on as Ashton Kutcher's Ex on ‘Two and a Half Men’

“Mad Love” star also dated Charlie Sheen's character on the show — this could get kinky

Ashton Kutcher has found his source of heartache. Or at least his "Two and a Half Men" character, Walden Schmidt, has.

Judy Greer, who starred in the short-lived CBS sitcom "Mad Love," has landed the recurring role of Bridget, Schmidt's estranged wife, on "Two and a Half Men," an individual with knowledge of the production confirms to TheWrap.

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As reported earlier, Kutcher will play a heartbroken Internet billionaire on the series, which is scheduled to make its Charlie Sheen-less debut on Sept. 19. (The same night, perhaps not so coincidentally, that Sheen's Comedy Central roast airs.)

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During an appearance on "Late Show With David Letterman," Kutcher confirmed long-running reports that Sheen's character, Charlie Harper, is being killed off from the series, though he neglected to say how Harper meets his demise.

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Interestingly, this won't be Greer's first go-round with the hit CBS sitcom — she portrayed one of Harper's many love interests, Myra, on two episodes of the series back in 2007. (She's also enjoyed relations — though professional — with Kutcher in the past; she starred as Becky Freeley in the ABC sitcom "Miss Guided," which Kutcher executive-produced.)

Greer also provides the voices of Wendy Park on Nick at Nite's "Glenn Martin, DDS" and Cheryl on FX's "Archer."