Miamia Heat power forward Chris Bosh will play himself — but not basketball — on Rosewood.
The network confirmed that the 10-time All-Star will pop up in an October episode of Miami-set medical procedural Rosewood, which stars Morris Chestnut as ace pathologist Dr. Beaumont Rosewood, Jr., aka Rosie. (Variety first reported the news.) Bosh appears in a scene with Rosewood’s partner-in-crime-solving, Detective Villa (Jaina Lee Ortiz), in which she commandeers his car. Fox released a photo of the trio from the set on Friday.
The former teammate of Trainwreck star LeBron James has also shot a guest role as himself on an episode of Eva Longoria’s midseason NBC comedy Hot & Bothered, which centers on the behind-the-scene drama of a telenovela. Longoria tweeted a photo with Bosh from the set last week.
Chris Bosh has previously assumed the role of Chris Bosh in shows such as Parks and Recreation, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Entourage, and Go On.
His 2014-2015 NBA season was cut short in February after he was diagnosed with blood clots on one of his lungs, but he is expected to make a full recovery.
Rosewood debuts Sept. 23 at 8 p.m.