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EXCLUSIVE: Denny Love (Empire), Jay Lee (American Vandal), Sofia Vassilieva (Supergirl), Landry Bender (Best Friends Whenever), Uriah Shelton (The Glades) and Jordan Connor (Riverdale) are set as series regulars in Looking for Alaska, Hulu’s eight-episode limited series based on John Green’s novel, from Paramount Television and Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage’s Fake Empire. They join previously announced regulars Kristine Froseth and Charlie Plummer.

Looking for Alaska is told through the eyes of teenager Miles “Pudge” Halter (Plummer) as he enrolls in boarding school to try to gain a deeper perspective on life. He falls in love with a girl, Alaska Young (Froseth), and after her unexpected death, he and his close friends attempt to uncover the truth behind her death and make sense of it.

Bender is Sara, The Colonel’s girlfriend. She also is short and angry – but her rage is only directed at The Colonel because he manages to do something that pisses her off pretty much every time they interact. She and The Colonel are one of those bickering couples who spend their lives hollering at each other.

Bender’s first starring role came in 2011 opposite Jonah Hill in The Sitter. She went on to topine Disney Channel’s Best Friends Whenever and most recently played Rocki on Fuller House. Bender is repped by CAA.

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