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JACK BLACK (Nick Vanderpark) most recently starred as a down-and-out rock star-turned-elementary school teacher in the hit comedy "The School of Rock.” Black was honored with a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical for his hilarious performance as Dewey Finn, a substitute teacher who turns his fourth grade class into a rock band.

Black has been one of the industry's most popular comedy stars since his breakout role in Stephen Frears' critically acclaimed comedy "High Fidelity.” He went on to star opposite Gwyneth Paltrow in the Farrelly brothers' comedy "Shallow Hal,” and also co-starred with Colin Hanks in the comedy "Orange County,” written by "School of Rock” screenwriter Mike White. 

Black made his feature film debut in Tim Robbins' political comedy "Bob Roberts.” Robbins later cast him in the films "Dead Man Walking” and "Cradle Will Rock.” Black includes among his other film credits "Saving Silverman” and "Jesus' Son.”

This October, Black will be heard as the voice of Lenny, a great white shark with a secret, in DreamWorks' upcoming animated comedy "Shark Tale.”

In addition to his acting work, Black is the lead singer for the folk-rock group Tenacious D, whose first album was release in the fall of 2001 on Epic Records and has been certified Gold. Tenacious D also had a variety series on HBO that aired in 1999 and recently released their first DVD, "Tenacious D: The Masterworks” which has been certified Platinum (five times over).

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