‘The Big Bang Theory’ Star Tries Out The Next Phase of His Career
— As the second season of “The Big B—h” wrapped, “The B—hr” star and “The Simpsons” writer-producer J.D. Payne had one of the most satisfying moments of his career: getting back to his childhood.
The “B—h and Marge” alum, who recently wrapped shooting the third season of the hit sitcom, said he has spent the past year trying out a new phase of his life.
He said he’s trying to figure out how he’ll keep working on the show after the second half of the season, which is scheduled to air Sept. 19.
“I want to be able to continue the show and not worry about being a father, a husband and a father figure anymore,” Payne said.
“But that’s going to require a lot of work and a lot more time, which I really want to give myself.”
Payne has been working on his memoir and memoir about his childhood, which he said is a culmination of a long process.
He wrote the book, which was published in February, to share his journey of discovery.
Payne, who also wrote the “B-movie” “Luther” as a writer, said his work on “The Bechdel Test” helped him understand that he’s capable of writing.
He added that his memoir will give viewers insight into the process of writing and the people behind his writing, which includes family and friends.
Payne said the show is more than a show for kids, and it’s about him and his writing process.
“My book is for my fans and the rest of the country, for anyone who loves comedy and the show, and for those who want to know more about how I came to write this book and how my writing came to be,” Payne wrote in a press release.
Payne also spoke with reporters about his personal life, his family and the writing process for his memoir.
“This is not a biography.
This is a personal memoir,” he said.
Payne is currently shooting the sixth season of his “The Amazing Race” reality series “I Can Only Believe in You,” which is slated to air in 2018.
Payne added that he’ll be staying in the U.S. until the end of his contract.
Payne told reporters he was trying to get the show back on track and had “no choice” but to continue filming after the first half of season two.
“That’s my job, to be the guy who’s gonna keep the show going, who’s going, ‘What’s next?
Payne said, laughing.
“So I’m not gonna do that.”
Payne said he feels his work will pay off when the show wraps up and the season finale airs in August.
“We’re all so tired, we’ve been working and I can’t tell you how tired we are, so I’m just going to keep doing what I’m doing and let it all come out,” Payne told The Associated Press.
“It’s just a matter of how many more episodes we get, because we’re still not getting anywhere.”
Payne is a former “The Bold and the Beautiful” star who recently started working on a book about his family.
The book will detail Payne’s family life, including his grandfather, father, mother and siblings.
He will also tell stories about the early years of his father, who he said he was proud to call his “b—h.”
“It will be about a man who was a great man who never said a bad word, but who didn’t have much patience,” Payne’s book’s author, Tony Dorman, told The AP.
“He did his job very well, and he was just a good person.”
The book is expected to be completed in late 2018.
“B—-h” stars Patrick Warburton as the titular B—H, a comedian who is not the father figure he was in the first season of Season 1.
Payne has also starred on the hit “The Blacklist,” and he has worked on other shows including “American Horror Story” and “Sons of Anarchy.”
He is also an executive producer on the “American Idol” franchise.
Payne recently made headlines when he tweeted a picture of himself holding a bottle of bourbon in his hand.
He also posted a picture from the set of “American Vampire” and said he is a big fan of the TV show.
Payne was a finalist on Season 1 of “Big Brother” before being eliminated from the competition.
He was a contestant on Season 2 of “Survivor” but was eliminated again in a double eviction.
Payne earned $50,000 in prize money for winning his season of competition and his book is set to be released in 2018, which marks the second time he’s appeared on the book-club circuit.
Payne now is a regular cast member of “TBS’s” “The Ultimate B—r,” which premieres at 9 p.