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Michael Cera

Michael Cera
Actor Michael Cera is best known for his role as George-Michael Bluth in the Fox comedy series "Arrested Development."

Cera typically plays sweet and shy good-guy types, such as Paulie Bleeker, his character in the 2007 indie comedy "Juno." He also has starring roles in the Judd Apatow-produced "Superbad" and the romantic comedy "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist."

In 2007, Cera co-wrote and starred in CBS' original Web series, "Clark and Michael."
Actor Michael Cera is best known for his role as George-Michael Bluth in the Fox comedy series "Arrested Development."

Cera typically plays sweet and shy good-guy types, such as Paulie Bleeker, his character in the 2007 indie comedy "Juno." He also has starring roles in the Judd Apatow-produced "Superbad" and the romantic comedy "Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist."

In 2007, Cera co-wrote and starred in CBS' original Web series, "Clark and Michael."
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  • Front and center: Tavi Gevinson joins Michael Cera and Kieran Culkin in Steppenwolf's 'This Is Our Youth'

    Front and center: Tavi Gevinson joins Michael Cera and Kieran Culkin in Steppenwolf's  'This Is Our Youth'
    A couple of weeks ago, Tavi Gevinson was presented with an ideal scenario for any 18-year-old graduating senior at Oak Park and River Forest High School (or any other): Her parents were going out of town. Gevinson these days is hanging out with her new,...
  • SUMMER THEATER: Sting, Bayless and a man named Jed

    SUMMER THEATER: Sting, Bayless and a man named Jed
    There are a lot of famous names out and about this summer: Sting, Michael Cera, Bruce Norris and Sandra Oh, just to name a few. The reason is partly a few Broadway tryouts and partly a few more new Chicago productions that seemed designed to attract out-...
  • Chilean Biz Sees Growth as Directors Gain Experience, Clout

    The early stretches of Nicolas Lopez's Eli Roth starrer "Aftershock," set against Chile's devastating 2010 earthquake, give moviegoers a new look at the old seaport city of Valparaiso. Put-upon peasants? Favela hoods? Drug cartel violence? No way:...
  • Second City partners with TV/film company

    Second City partners with TV/film company
    Aiming to launch more television and film projects while connecting its performers with managers who will work closely with the comedy troupe, Second City announced a new partnership Monday with a Los Angeles-based management and production company,...
  • Xbox gets into original content with Sarah Silverman, Steven Spielberg

    Xbox gets into original content with Sarah Silverman, Steven Spielberg
    Xbox is getting into the original content game, developing a dozen projects including a variety comedy show pilot hosted by Sarah Silverman, it was announced Monday.  Xbox users have been able to stream content from providers such as Netflix and Hulu on...
  • Sarah Silverman Joins 'Masters of Sex' Cast

    Comedian and actress Sarah Silverman has joined the second season of the Showtime drama "Masters of Sex," Variety has learned. The period drama created by Michelle Ashford stars Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan as famed sex researchers William Masters...
  • Adult Swim Renews 'Childrens Hospital' for Sixth Season

    The Web series-turned-Emmy-winning TV show is coming back to Adult Swim. The live-action comedy from creator/exec producer/star Rob Corddry has been renewed for a sixth season. The season is expected to premiere next year (marking a longer-than-usual...
  • Sundance Presents Cross-Section of U.S. Indie Fare, Music-Themed Pix at London Festival

    LONDON -- As the lineup for the third Sundance London film and music festival is unveiled, Variety talks to John Cooper, director of the Sundance Film Festival, and Trevor Groth, Sundance's director of programming, about the selection (see below for...
  • The jerk returns to the screen with mean mouth blazing

     The jerk returns to the screen with mean mouth blazing
    In his new rapid-fire spelling-bee comedy, "Bad Words," Jason Bateman opens his mouth in more ways than one. When a young Indian boy is talking too much, his 40-year-old spelling-bee contestant, Guy Trilby, tells the boy to "point his curry hole" in...
  • Underground films see the light through fest

    Underground films see the light through fest
    The gradual narrative unspooling of "Who Took Johnny," the true-crime documentary about a 12-year-old Iowa boy who has been missing since 1982, is extremely canny. The film doesn't deviate from the standard format — a collage of archival footage and...
  • Michael Cera, Seth Green, Sarah Silverman Get Xbox Series

    Michael Cera, Seth Green and Sarah Silverman are among the newest notable names Xbox Entertainment Studios is turning to as it fills out a slate of original series it will start releasing across Microsoft's video game platforms and mobile devices this...
  • AOL Renews Original Series from Nicole Richie, Sarah Jessica Parker

    AOL is bringing back four web series for its 2014 originals slate, including Nicole Richie's "#CandidlyNicole" and "city.ballet." from exec producer Sarah Jessica Parker. The company said it renewed ad deals for three of the returning shows with their...