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THE 40-YEAR-OLD VIRGIN

PAUL RUDD (David) is a talented actor who continues to surprise audiences with his widely diverse performances and effortless charm on stage, screen and television. Rudd recently starred in Adam McKay's Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, opposite Will Ferrell and Christina Applegate, and Dylan Kidd's romantic comedy P.S., opposite Laura Linney and Topher Grace.

Rudd also starred in Neil LaBute's feature adaptation of the critically acclaimed stage production of The Shape of Things, opposite Rachel Weisz. Rudd appeared in that play's New York run at the Promenade Theatre, earning a 2002 Drama League Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by an Actor. In addition, the play was nominated for a 2002 Drama Desk Award for Best Play.

Rudd's other film credits include Jesse Peretz's semi-improvisational film The Château, opposite his Virgin co-star Romany Malco; Wet Hot American Summer, opposite Janeane Garofalo; Lasse Hallström's Oscar®-nominated The Cider House Rules, opposite Tobey Maguire and Charlize Theron; The Object of My Affection, opposite Jennifer Aniston; Amy Heckerling's Clueless, opposite Alicia Silverstone; and Baz Luhrmann's William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet.

On television, Rudd guest-starred on NBC's hit series Friends for the last two seasons, including the final episode.

On stage, Rudd has starred opposite Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward in Ancestral Voices at the Westport Country Playhouse. He made his West End debut in the London production of Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey into Night, opposite Jessica Lange. In addition, he starred opposite Calista Flockhart and Ron Eldard in both the New York and Los Angeles productions of Neil LaBute's critically acclaimed Bash, which also aired on Showtime. Rudd's other stage credits include starring opposite Helen Hunt and Kyra Sedgwick in Nicholas Hytner's production of Twelfth Night at Lincoln Center Theater (with a special performance that aired on PBS' Great Performances) and in Alfred Uhry's Tony Award-winning play The Last Night of Ballyhoo.

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