The new CBS comedy Living Biblically is about Chip Curry (Jay R. Ferguson, The Real O’Neals), a New York newspaper film critic who’s married and expecting his first child. While grieving the loss of his best friend, Chip vows to become a better person by living his life according to the Bible. With the help of a priest, Father Gene (Ian Gomez, Cougar Town) and his best friend Rabbi Gil (David Krumholtz, Numb3rs), Chip tries to apply the Bible’s rules to today’s world. Even Chip’s no-nonsense boss at the newspaper, Ms. Meadows, supports Chip’s efforts…she thinks his story will sell more newspapers!
Ms. Meadows is portrayed by Camryn Manheim. Manheim is known for her roles on Major Crimes (Deputy Chief of Operations Winnie Davis), Person of Interest (Control), Ghost Whisperer (Delia Banks), and The Practice (lawyer Ellenor Frutt, for which she won a Golden Globe), among others. Manheim is also recognized for her roles in the films An Unfinished Life (Nina), Happiness (Kristina), and Scary Movie 3 (Trooper Camplin). Living Biblically airs Mondays at 9:30pm on CBS.