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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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  • Review: 'This is the End' of these guys' creativity

    Review: 'This is the End' of these guys' creativity
    ** (out of four) Even without James Franco and Danny McBride threatening to ejaculate all over each other, “This is the End” would be an aggressive, misguided demonstration of self-love. A comedy in which Franco, McBride, Seth Rogen, Jay...
  • Video/Q&A: 'Broken City' star/producer Mark Wahlberg and director Allen Hughes

    Video/Q&A: 'Broken City' star/producer Mark Wahlberg and director Allen Hughes
    In the political thriller “Broken City,” Mark Wahlberg plays an underdog—not exactly something new for the Oscar-nominated actor (“The Departed”) when you recall “Boogie Nights,” “Invincible,” “...
  • CD Review: It Came From Connecticut Volume 1

    CD Review: It Came From Connecticut Volume 1
    When I was growing up in Boston in the 1970s and '80s, I saw a lot of great local bands ruined by overzealous studio producers who tried to conform the bands' lively and distinctive sounds into some imagined "commercial" radio formula of the day. You...
  • With 'Drunk History,' Lutherville's Derek Waters has a tipsy hit

    With 'Drunk History,' Lutherville's Derek Waters has a tipsy hit
    Five years ago, Lutherville native Derek Waters was a struggling comedian in Los Angeles. Like thousands before him, he had dreams of being cast on "Saturday Night Live" or making it in Hollywood as a funny guy. But Waters wasn't having much luck. "My...
  • Oct. 10: Drunk History

    With 'Drunk History,' Lutherville's Derek Waters has a tipsy hit Five years ago, Lutherville native Derek Waters was a struggling comedian in Los Angeles. Like thousands before him, he had dreams of being cast on "Saturday Night Live" or making it in...
  • Video/Q&A: 'Smashed' star Mary Elizabeth Winstead

    Video/Q&A: 'Smashed' star Mary Elizabeth Winstead
    To bond as married alcoholics for the Sundance hit “Smashed,” co-stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul, appropriately, went out and got drunk. “I don’t know what I really learned about myself from that particular night...
  • Author's focus: Soul, but no body

    Author's focus: Soul, but no body
    Into the insatiable mosh pit of young adult fiction comes a new character who, if it's possible, we haven't really seen before. "A," the protagonist in David Levithan's new novel, "Every Day," is 16 but otherwise lacks any earthly identifiers. A has no...
  • Q&A: Aubrey Plaza of 'Safety Not Guaranteed'

    Q&A: Aubrey Plaza of 'Safety Not Guaranteed'
    Name five actresses you assume participated in sports and other activities in high school, including being president of the student council. Aubrey Plaza’s not on that list, is she? Despite the 27-year-old’s remarkably convincing, deadpan...
  • Cover story: X Questions: Charlyne Yi

     
    Leave it to Charlyne Yi to go from “Knocked Up” to would-be Freddie Mercury. The comedienne, best known for a brief but memorable role in the Judd Apatow comedy and a star turn in “Paper Heart,” a 2009 semi-documentary about her are...
  • DVD Review: Holy Rollers

     
    To folks — like me, I suppose — who see Jesse Eisenberg's career as one long non-blond Michael Cera-style coming-of-age saga, “Holy Rollers” won't come as much of a shock. Not a shock the way “The Social Network” was....
  • Gold Derby nuggets: Steve Pond digs into documentary race | Guy Lodge on category fraud | Guests line up for Conan O'Brien

     
    • Steve Pond delves into the selection process for the documentary feature Oscar race. As he reports, "in a remarkable year for non-fiction filmmaking of all kinds, the looming possibility of more Oscar-doc controversies means it’s time to take a look...