Tituss Burgess, who played D'Fwan on 30 Rock for two seasons, will play gay in the upcoming NBC comedy Tooken.

According to Deadline, Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, who have previously worked on 30 Rock and Saturday Night Live, are behind the upcoming 13-episode comedy expected to premiere in the fall.

The half-hour sitcom stars Ellie Kemper (The Office) as Kimmy, who is starting her life over in New York City after escaping a doomsday cult.

Burgess, who is openly gay, will play “a gay, larger-than-life, genuinely talented singer who has never made it to Broadway and lives hand-to-mouth, working as a robot in Times Square,” Deadline reported.

On 30 Rock, Burgess, a Broadway actor, played the flamboyant D'Fwan, a member of Angie Jordan's (played by Sherri Shepherd) entourage.