By Emmanuel Akitobi | Shadow and Act November 30, 2012 at 8:32PM
Former Coming Of Age cast member Hannah Job was recently announced as a co-star of the upcoming "assisted-suicide" black comedy Way To Go.
From the BBC's Media Centre:
Created by US-based comedy writer Bob Kushell, (The Simpsons, 3rd Rock From The Sun, Anger Management), Way To Go follows brothers Scott and Joey and their friend Cozzo. After Scott is moved by a terminally ill neighbour’s request to die - and at the same time faced with a predatory female employer, a split from his girlfriend, and a desperate life or death need for cash to pay off his brother Joey’s gambling debts - he and his best mate Cozzo stumble towards what they think is their only solution: an assisted-suicide machine. A deeply illegal situation about which they will have to keep very, very quiet.
Along the way, the 20-something mates find love in the strangest ways, fall out with each other and are touched by some of the people they come across. But it’s their own inadequacies and personal circumstances that most often lead to comedy in the darkest of situations.
The series stars The Inbetweeners' Blake Harrison as Scott, Ben Heathcote as Joey and comedy star Marc Wootton (La La Land, High Spirits With Shirley Ghostman, Nativity 1&2) as Cozzo.
Additional cast includes Laura Aikman (Lemon, La Vida Loca) as Julia, Sinéad Matthews (Vera Drake, Ideal) as Cozzo’s policewoman wife Debbie, and Hannah Job (Coming Of Age) as Lucie. Guest actors include Warren Clarke, Tom Georgeson and Derek Griffiths.