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WILL FERRELL (Steve Butabi/ Writer) made his feature film debut as Mustaffa in the Mike Myers comedy hit "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery."

Ferrell is the tall, easygoing half of his and Chris Kattan's Roxbury Guys sketches, which they perform regularly on "Saturday Night Live" to great response. Ferrell and Kattan are also co-writers of "A Night at the Roxbury," with Steve Koren.

Ferrell's other "Saturday Night Live" characters include Craig, the "Spartan Spirit" cheerleader; the musical middle school teacher Marty Culp; and Tom Wilkins, the hyperactive co-host of "Morning Latte." Among his many impressions are Janet Reno, the Unabomber, Alex Trebek, Elton John, Neil Diamond and Saddam Hussein.

Ferrell and Kattan were members of the Los Angeles comedy troupe The Groundlings, where they conceived the Butabi Brothers. In television, Ferrell has appeared on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," "The Rosie O'Donnell Show," "Grace Under Fire" and "Living Single."

Ferrell's upcoming film projects include the Nixon parody "Dick," "The Suburbans" with Jennifer Love Hewitt and Ben Stiller and "Superstar," opposite "SNL" castmate Molly Shannon. Born in Southern California, he is a graduate of the University of Southern California.


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