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Jonah Hill

Jonah Hill
Actor Jonah Hill, born Jonah Hill Feldstein, started out in the Judd Apatow flicks "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Knocked Up." It was Hill's performance as a nerdy high schooler in 2007's "Superbad" that proved to be his breakout role.

Hill also voiced a character in the animated feature "Horton Hears a Who!"
Actor Jonah Hill, born Jonah Hill Feldstein, started out in the Judd Apatow flicks "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Knocked Up." It was Hill's performance as a nerdy high schooler in 2007's "Superbad" that proved to be his breakout role.

Hill also voiced a character in the animated feature "Horton Hears a Who!"
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  • 'American Idol' results: Idol Gives Back night

     
    In case you missed the 4,000 promos last night, tonight's American Idol is all about Idol Gives Back. So that means lots of guest performers, lots of fund-raising and lots of hard looks at hard situations that children in the...
  • Review: 'True Story'

    Review: 'True Story'
    "True Story" is a case of a well-crafted film, made by a first-time feature director with an impressive theatrical pedigree, that nonetheless struggles to locate the reasons for telling its story. That story comes from the 2005 memoir by Michael Finkel,...

    'Moneyball': The Un-'Natural'

    'Moneyball': The Un-'Natural'
    Director Bennett Miller’s “Moneyball” is the perfect sports movie for these cash-strapped times of efficiency maximization. It's also the best sports movie in a long time, period, as well as honestly inspirational — even though...

    At Oscar after-parties, stars old and new mingle

    At Oscar after-parties, stars old and new mingle
    WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — If you’re curious about the big difference between Oscar night’s two main after-parties, the Governors Ball and the Vanity Fair party, consider this: The buzzy happening at the Governors Ball, the academy&...

    Our advice columnist: 'No, kids, don't become writers'

    I remind my editor that I have almost 2,000 more Twitter followers than William Faulkner ever did and am equally ahead of Dickens and Shakespeare when it comes to Facebook. Posthumously, which is always the way most writers are ever appreciated, I hope...