Bruce Jenner has landed a small role in a movie.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star, 64, has scored a part in the upcoming film, 'The Hungover Games,' a comedy that spoofs a number of blockbusters including 'The Hunger Games,' 'The Hangover' and 'Ted.'
The Olympic gold medallist, who announced his split from his third wife of 22 years, Kris Jenner, in October, is playing one of the futuristic 'Hunger Games' play-by-play announcers alongside Kendra Wilkinson's husband, Hank Baskett, according to gossip website TMZ.com.
A photograph has emerged from the set of the movie that shows Bruce, who has six children and four stepchildren including Kim Kardashian, wearing blue lipstick, perfectly shaped eyebrows and a wig.
The movie, which will also feature Tara Reid, Brandi Glanville, and Paris Hilton's aunt Kyle Richards, is expected to be released next year.
Bruce previously landed guest-starring roles in a number of other productions including 'Murder She Wrote,' 'CHiPs' and 'Can't Stop the Music.'
The retired athlete is also allegedly shopping around for a publishing deal to write a tell-all about his marriage to Kris, who is now rumoured to be dating Ben Flajnik, 31.
A source told In Touch Weekly magazine that he is ''starting to realise he has the power to bring Kris down if he decides to blow the lid off her deepest secrets.
''If Bruce opens up about all the dirt he has on Kris, he could easily get a book advance of $15 million to write a tell-all.''
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