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WILL FERRELL (Mugatu) has established himself as a favorite on NBC's venerable comedy institution "Saturday Night Live." The actor, who will be entering his seventh season this fall, was nominated for a 2001 Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program. Additionally, his portrayal of President George W. Bush received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Writing in a Variety, Comedy or Music Program for this year's "SNL: Presidential Bash 2000."

Ferrell's feature film credit include the recently released "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back" as well as "Superstar," "Ladies Man" and "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery."

Ferrell, a native of Irvine, California, began his career at Los Angeles' prestigious comedy-improv group, The Groundlings, which led to him being cast on "Saturday Night Live."

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