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MIKE MYERS reprises the voice of everyone's favorite ogre, Shrek, which he first created in the Academy Award®-winning animated blockbuster of the same name.

A comedy film favorite, Myers has also created a wide array of memorable characters for both film and television. In 1997, he co-wrote, produced and starred in the comedy hit "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery,” about a swinging ‘60s fashion photographer/secret agent who is cryogenically frozen and awakens in the decidedly less swinging ‘90s. Myers played the dual roles of Austin Powers and his nemesis, Dr. Evil, in the film, which became a box office smash. Two years later, Myers co-wrote, produced and starred in the even more successful sequel, "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me,” in which he reprised the roles of Austin Powers and Dr. Evil, and added the Scottish double agent, Fat Bastard, to his repertoire. Myers garnered an American Comedy Award for Funniest Actor in a Movie for his triple performance in the film. In 2002, he co-wrote, produced and starred in the most recent installment of the hit franchise, "Austin Powers in Goldmember,” which outgrossed both of its predecessors.

Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Myers began his career right out of high school as a member of Toronto's famed Second City Comedy Troupe. That led to a stint with Chicago's Second City Troupe, where he caught the attention of "Saturday Night Live” producer Lorne Michaels.

In 1989, Myers made his debut as a performer and writer on "Saturday Night Live,” and over the next six seasons created some of the show's most unforgettable characters. His work on the show brought him an Emmy Award for Best Writing in a Variety or Music Program, as well as an additional nomination in that category and another nomination for Best Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program. Some of the most popular Myers personas on "Saturday Night Live” included "Coffee Talk” hostess Linda Richman; Dieter, the host of the avant-garde "Sprockets”; Simon, the boy in the bathtub; and Wayne Campbell, the host of his own Public Access show "Wayne's World.”

It was the last that brought Myers his first feature film success, when "Wayne's World” came to the big screen, breaking box office records. Myers also co-wrote the screenplay for the film, which went on to gross more than $200 million. He later reprised the role of Wayne Campbell in the hit sequel "Wayne's World 2.” Myers' other film credits include the title role in "The Cat in the Hat,” based on the Dr. Seuss classic, "So I Married an Axe Murderer,” and "54.” 

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