Craig Robinson

<b>Craig Robinson</b><br>
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Apatow was first.<br>
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True, the producers of "The Office" discovered the skills of the actor and stand-up comedian first, but it was Apatow who brought him up to the big screen for his bit part as a tortured nightclub door man in "Knocked Up." Smith quickly picked up on his abilities and cast him as <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB005411" title="Seth Rogen" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/seth-rogen-PECLB005411.topic">Seth Rogen</a>'s unhappily married co-worker in "Zack and Miri." Robinson, clearly knowing a good thing when he sees it, hasn't yet expressed a preference between the two.

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Craig Robinson

Apatow was first.

True, the producers of "The Office" discovered the skills of the actor and stand-up comedian first, but it was Apatow who brought him up to the big screen for his bit part as a tortured nightclub door man in "Knocked Up." Smith quickly picked up on his abilities and cast him as Seth Rogen's unhappily married co-worker in "Zack and Miri." Robinson, clearly knowing a good thing when he sees it, hasn't yet expressed a preference between the two.

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