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BEN STILLER (White Goodman/Producer) is one of today's most innovative actors, directors and writers.

Stiller recently starred in the box-office hits "Along Came Polly” and "Starsky and Hutch;” he produced the latter through his company, Red Hour Films.

Prior to that, he was seen in Wes Anderson's "The Royal Tenenbaums” with Gene Hackman, Gwyneth Paltrow, Bill Murray, Luke Wilson and Owen Wilson. He also directed, co-wrote, produced and starred in the title role in the comedy hit "Zoolander.” He was joined by Will Ferrell, Owen Wilson, Christine Taylor, Jerry Stiller and Milla Jovovich.

Stiller made his directorial debut in 1994 with "Reality Bites,” starring opposite Winona Ryder. His next directorial assignment was "The Cable Guy,” starring Jim Carrey and Matthew Broderick. Stiller's other film credits as an actor include Jay Roach's blockbuster "Meet the Parents,” opposite Robert De Niro (Stiller is now shooting the e sequel, "Meet the Fockers”); "Keeping the Faith” with Edward Norton; the smash-hit "There's Something About Mary,” with Cameron Diaz; the dark drama "Permanent Midnight”; "Mystery Men”; and Neil Labute's "Your Friends and Neighbors.” He also appeared in "Zero Effect,” "Flirting with Disaster” and "Empire of the Sun.”

Stiller made his acting debut on Broadway in John Guare's "The House of Blue Leaves.” He was a featured player and apprentice writer on "Saturday Night Live.” His Fox series, "The Ben Stiller Show,” was awarded an Emmy® for Outstanding Comedy writing. Stiller and Red Hour Films currently have a three-year film and television deal with Dreamworks.


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