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BEN STILLER (Larry Daley) is an innovative actor, director, producer and writer who continues to imprint his unique comedic and dramatic perspective on film, television and stage. He is currently in production on The Untitled Farrelly Brothers Comedy which re-teams Stiller with the writing-directing team of Peter and Bobby Farrelly. Loosely inspired by the 1972 classic hit, The Heartbreak Kid, the film tells the story of a man who hastily weds a woman who he thinks is perfect--until he falls in love with another woman during the honeymoon.

Michelle Monaghan and Malin Ackerman will co-star with the Farrelly's Conundrum Entertainment producing for Dreamworks. Additionally, Stiller will executive produce, direct, and guest star in a pilot for CBS which will star his wife Christine Taylor. The pilot, written by Ajay Sahgal, is about an actress married to Ben Stiller who contends with her family members and their involvement in her life. CBS Paramount Network Television will produce. Finally, Stiller has agreed to reprise his role in a second Madagascar film. He was most recently heard in the 2005 Dreamworks' animated film along with co-stars David Schwimmer, Chris Rock and Jada Pinkett Smith.

n the spring of 2005, Stiller completed a successful run Off-Broadway in Neil LeBute's play, "This Is How It Goes" at New York's Public Theatre. Directed by George C. Wolfe and co-starring Jeffrey Wright and Amanda Peet, the play explores an interracial romance involving two men and a woman in small-town America.

Stiller was last seen on the big screen in the blockbuster comedy sequel Meet the Fockers with Robert DeNiro, Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand. Directed by Jay Roach, the film introduces Stiller's in-laws to his Parénts played by Hoffman and Streisand to hilarious results.

In 2004, Stiller starred in the hit comedies Dodgeball, Starsky & Hutch and Along Came Polly. Other films include the comedy Zoolander based on the story of 'Derek Zoolander,' the male model character Stiller co-created with Drake Sather for the VH-1 Fashion Awards. Stiller co-wrote, directed, starred and also produced the film through Red Hour Films with partner Stuart Cornfeld. Prior to that, Stiller starred in Jay Roach's Meet The Parénts, which won a People's Choice Award and earned Stiller an American Comedy Award for Funniest Male Performance and an MTV Movie Award™ for Best Comedic Performance. Additionally, he was nominated for Best On-Screen Team with Robert DeNiro. Stiller also starred in Wes Anderson's eccentric comedy The Royal Tenenbaums

Having firmly established himself as a successful filmmaker, Stiller has an exclusive, three-year, first-look film and television production deal with Dreamworks, in which he will write, produce, and direct films under his own banner, Red Hour Films. Stiller made his feature-length motion picture directorial debut in 1994 with the critically acclaimed Reality Bites, in which he also co-starred with Winona Ryder, Janeane Garofalo and Ethan Hawke. He went on to direct Jim Carrey and Matthew Broderick in The Cable Guy.

Stiller's film credits as an actor also include Duplex, Keeping The Faith, Peter and Bobby Farrelly's smash hit There's Something About Mary, Permanent Midnight based on Jerry Stahl's controversial Hollywood memoir, Neil Lebute's Your Friends and Neighbors, Jake Kasdan's Zero Effect, David O. Russell's Flirting With Disaster, Steven Spielberg's World War II epic Empire of the Sun, John Irvin's Next of Kin, David Anspaugh's Fresh Horses and John Erman's Stella.

Stiller made his professional acting debut on Broadway in 1985 starring opposite John Mahoney in John Guare's "The House of Blue Leaves." While appearing in the play, Stiller persuaded Mahoney and fellow cast members Swoosie Kurtz, Stockard Channing, and Julie Hagerty to appear in a sh

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