ABC’s untitled Johnny Knoxville comedy pilot has found it’s director in Michael Fresco. He’ll be teaming up with his brother Victor, who has written and is producing the project. Narrated by Knoxville and based on his life, the single-camera project follows the exploits of 12-year-old Johnny navigating the “outlaw culture” of his family and small hometown of Knoxville, TN, and documents the childhood experiences that inspired him to become one of the greatest pranksters of a generation. This marks a reunion of the Fresco brothers. Michael also helmed the pilot for Victor’s ABC series Better Off Ted. Michael Fresco also has directed the pilots for such series as Raising Hope, Suburgatory, Benched and Manhattan Love Story. In addition, Knoxville has three films in some form of production at the moment. Elvis vs. Nixon, a recreation of the meeting at the White House between Elvis Presley and President Nixon where he stars alongside Kevin Spacey and Colin Hanks. Next up is the Jackie Chan vehicle Skiptrace, a detective from Hong Kong teams up with an American gambler to battle against a notorious Chinese criminal. Lastly, Knoxville will be teaming up with The Wedding Ringer writer director Jeremy Garelick for Sick Day.