WILL FERRELL (Frank) recently
completed his seventh and final season on NBC's seminal late-night hit
"Saturday Night Live." Ferrell's hilarious impersonation of
candidate-then-President George W. Bush—especially during the historic
"Indecision 2000"—was one of several characters that established him
as one of the show's most popular and versatile cast members. Ferrell's work
on "Saturday Night Live" brought him two Emmy Award nominations in
2001 for Outstanding Individual Performance and Outstanding Writing on a
Variety, Music or Comedy Program.
On the big screen, Ferrell was most recently seen in the comedy "Zoolander,"
with Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson, in which he played Mugatu, the overbearing
fashion designer; and in Kevin Smith's "Jay and Silent Bob Fight
Back," as an ambitious Wildlife Federal Marshal. He has also worked with
several of his "Saturday Night Live" castmates in the films "The
Ladies Man," with Tim Meadows; "Superstar," with Molly Shannon;
"A Night at the Roxbury," with Chris Kattan, with whom he also
collaborated on the screenplay; and the mega-hit comedy "Austin Powers:
International Man of Mystery," starring Mike Myers, in which Ferrell made
his feature film debut.
Ferrell is currently filming the Christmas-themed comedy "Elf," for
director Jon Favreau, in which he plays the title role of a man who was raised
in the North Pole to be an elf. "Elf," which also stars Zooey
Deschanel, Bob Newhart, James Caan and Mary Steenburgen, will be released this
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