Heather Locklear & Richie Sambora's Daughter Lands Role In Apatow Film

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Ava Sambora and her mother Heather Locklear arrive at the WTB Spring 2011 Fashion Show at Sunset Gower Studios in Los Angeles on October 17, 2010 -- Getty Images

Ava Sambora, 13-year-old daughter of Heather Locklear and her now-ex-husband, Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora, has landed her first film role.

The stunning teen -- who has already dabbled in modeling, walking the runway for her father's clothing line, White Trash Beautiful -- will appear in Judd Adatow's "This is Forty."

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Ava will play best friend to Sadie (played by Apatow's 13-year-old daughter, Maude) in the upcoming comedy, Variety reports.

"This Is Forty" is being hailed as a spin-off/continuation of Apatow's blockbuster 2007 hit, "Knocked Up," and will once again feature Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann (Apatow's real life wife of 14 years) as Pete and Debbie.

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Back in January, Apatow told HitFix.com that while the movie isn't a "Knocked Up" sequel per se, it will continue to the lives follow Rudd and Mann's characters.

"It is just a story from Pete and Debbie's current life," he told the site at the time. "People really responded to their characters and problems. I felt like there was a lot of ground I could explore with them... There are some fun details yet to reveal but I will let them come out slowly."

"This Is Forty" is slated for theatrical release on June 1, 2012.

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In related Locklear family news, Ava's gorgeous mom is set to walk down the aisle with a former castmate - in real life.

The former "Melrose Place" actress is engaged to her former co-star, and longtime boyfriend, Jack Wagner, her rep confirmed to Access Hollywood on Friday.

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The couple has been dating since 2007.

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