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WILL FERRELL (Ron Burgundy/Screenwriter) most recently starred in the smash hit Christmas comedy "Elf,” directed by Jon Favreau. Prior to that he joined Luke Wilson and Vince Vaughn as a group of over-the-hill frat brothers trying to recapture their carefree college years in the comedy hit "Old School.”

Ferrell has a wide range of starring roles in several high-profile features due out over the next 18 months. He plays Darrin Stevens, a mortal married to a witch, in the big-screen version of the television series "Bewitched,” opposite Nicole Kidman, and will also appear as the misguided German playwright Franz Liebkind in the film adaptation of the award-winning hit musical "The Producers,” with Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick and Kidman. Ferrell's other upcoming films include Woody Allen's "Melinda and Melinda”; the recently completed soccer-themed comedy "Kicking and Screaming,” with Robert Duvall; and the independent films "The Wendell Baker Story,” directed by Luke Wilson and Andrew Wilson, and "Winter Passing.” 

Ferrell came to fame as a regular on NBC's seminal late-night hit "Saturday Night Live.” During his seven-year stint on "SNL,” Ferrell emerged as one of the show's most popular cast members with his hilarious impersonations of such notables as President George W. Bush, Sean Connery, and "Inside the Actors Studio” host James Lipton, among many others. He also created memorable original characters, like Craig the Spartan Spirit Cheerleader wannabe. His work on "SNL” brought him dual Emmy nominations in 2001 for Outstanding Individual Performance and Outstanding Writing on a Variety, Music or Comedy Program.

Ferrell made his feature film debut in the mega-hit comedy "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery,” starring fellow "SNL” alum Mike Myers. He has also worked with several other of his "SNL” castmates in the films "The Ladies Man,” with Tim Meadows; "Superstar,” with Molly Shannon; and "A Night at the Roxbury,” with Chris Kattan, with whom he also collaborated on the screenplay. Ferrell's additional feature film credits include "Zoolander,” with Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson, and Kevin Smith's "Jay and Silent Bob Fight Back.”


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