MADISONVILLE (WATE) - Instead of patrolling the streets of Madisonville, you may find Officer Randall Moser, 44, on the TV screen featured in ABC's newest drama "Nashville."
Moser only has a small role in "Nashville" as an extra, but he's excited about working with some big names.
"The most exciting part of that was being in a scene with Powers Booth from 'Tombstone,'" said Moser. "That was great."
Viewers can look for Moser in the show's fourth episode.
"It'll be as an audience member of the school talent show of Connie Britton's kids," said Moser. "I sit about four seats back so I know I'll be in that shot."
Moser isn't banking on a career in the bright lights. "I have no illusions about where it's going to go. It's just for fun."
His stint on "Nashville" isn't the first time he's been on the screen. Officer Moser has an agent and has just wrapped up parts on a cable crime series, but he's hoping to turn his bit part on "Nashville" into a featured role.