What if it was you?
If you were the star?
And what if your career was built on winning the Emmy?
That’s the question posed by the newly minted executive producer of the critically acclaimed comedy series Silicon Valley.
The question is being asked by the likes of Kevin Spacey and Charlie Sheen, who have both expressed interest in becoming part of a production company, Variety has learned.
The news of Spacey’s and Sheen’s interest in the show has already been reported.
The duo, along with former ABC News president Bob Iger, are all set to executive produce a new Silicon Valley series for Disney, a venture that is being led by Spacey.
The series is currently in the final stages of production and is set to debut in the spring.
A source close to the production tells Variety that Spacey has already met with the network.
The actor, whose credits include the upcoming movie “A Most Violent Year,” is known for his outspoken political views and outspoken support for Bernie Sanders, the Democratic presidential candidate.
Spacey also recently joined the growing ranks of Hollywood celebrities to endorse Hillary Clinton.
Spacey has appeared on the show before.
He played a professor on the hit HBO series “Silicon Valley” in 2013 and 2014.
He also starred as “the man” in the popular HBO comedy series “The Big Bang Theory.”
He is the only actor to have appeared on “Silica Valley” since the show launched in 2005.