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Kal Penn to Star as Anna Nicole Smith's Doctor In Upcoming Movie About Her Final Days

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Kal Penn has been cast to star as a pivotal person in the final days of Anna Nicole Smith‘s life.

The 46-year-old actor has been cast to portray Dr. Sandeep Kapoor in the upcoming movie Trust Me, I’m a Doctor, according to Variety.

The news comes nearly three weeks after the 17 year anniversary of the late model and actress’ death. Keep reading to find out more… Trust Me, I’m a Doctor takes place during the final days leading up to her death, and is based off of her doctor, Dr Sandeep Kapoor‘s, 2017 book of the same name.

According to Variety, the upcoming movie “follows Smith’s pain-medication doctor whose life was turned upside down when he was implicated in the wrongful death trials of the one-time Playboy centerfold.” Anna‘s death was ruled an accidental drug overdose of chloral hydrate, which became more toxic combined with other prescription drugs in her system.

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