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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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  • Netflix wants another season of 'Arrested Development'

    Netflix wants another season of 'Arrested Development'
    Sit tight, "Arrested Development" fans. More is likely on the way. At least if Netflix has its way. The online streaming company's chief content officer, Ted Sarandos, recently told USA Today that a new season of "Arrested Development" was a "positive"...
  • Little Mac surprises, delights

     
    We went to see "This Is Our Youth" at the Steppenwolf Theater Company last night. It stars Michael Cera, Tavi Gevinson and Kieran Culkin, and I wondered, despite Chris Jones' positive review, whether we weren't in for a bit of......
  • Broadway Box Office: Business Surges with 'Curious Incident' Off to Good Start

    Broadway bounced back from its annual post-Labor Day downturn last week, gaining steam in a frame that added three new shows -- including the transfer of London hit "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" -- and saw the return of one more....
  • Marc Jacobs models wear uniforms — but no makeup

    Marc Jacobs models wear uniforms — but no makeup
    New York Fashion Week came to a close Thursday with a Marc Jacobs finale that featured uniforms that were anything but, Fashion Critic Booth Moore reports. [Los Angeles Times] In a shocking development, Jacobs' models went without makeup. Acclaimed...
  • REVIEW: 'This is Our Youth' at Cort Theatre

    REVIEW: 'This is Our Youth' at Cort Theatre
    NEW YORK — In its home base of Chicago, the Steppenwolf Theatre Company's studiolike production of Kenneth Lonergan's closely observed and emotionally potent “This Is Our Youth” was an intimate, immersive affair. With the audience seated...
  • Broadway Review: 'This Is Our Youth' Starring Michael Cera

    Steppenwolf's revival of "This Is Our Youth," Kenneth Lonergan's 1996 play about disaffected rich kids in the Reagan era, might be re-titled (or marketed as) "These Are Your Parents." These post-adolescent slackers living on Manhattan's Upper West Side in...
  • Michael Cera Discovers Opening Night Gifts Are a Thing at Broadway's 'This Is Our Youth'

    You can forgive Kenneth Lonergan for being a little emotional at the Sept. 11 opening of "This Is Our Youth" on Broadway. At the performance, which stars Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin and Tavi Gevinson, he ran into the actors who starred in the original...
  • Surprise and confirmation in Spirit Awards nominations

    Surprise and confirmation in Spirit Awards nominations
    It’s not only actors and filmmakers who get excited about something like the Spirit Awards nominations announcement. One could argue that such things are actually more meaningful (and closely watched) by executives and producers. The nominations...
  • Harold Ramis dies at 69; writer, director of successful film comedies

    When Faber College was about to expel the misfit Deltas of "Animal House," the rambunctious character Bluto Blutarski rallied them, but it was writer Harold Ramis who provided Bluto's stirring words: "What? Over? Did you say over? Nothing is over...
  • Remembering Harold Ramis: He always made me smile

    Remembering Harold Ramis: He always made me smile
    What I will remember most about Harold Ramis is his smile — always there in his work, ever playing across his face. Even when the writer/actor/director was trying to look serious, his eyes twinkled and a grin tugged at the corners of his mouth. As...
  • 'This Is the End': Seth Rogen brings about star-studded apocalypse

    NEW ORLEANS — The music is blaring inside James Franco's house and there's booze — and drugs — everywhere. Actor Michael Cera is snorting lines of cocaine, while comedian Aziz Ansari is trying (and failing) to hook up with Rihanna....