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Probably best known for his portrayal of George-Michael Bluth in the Emmy Award-winning Fox series "Arrested Development,” MICHAEL CERA (Evan) began acting at the tender age of nine.

In motion pictures, Cera will next star opposite Jack Black in a Judd Apatow-produced comedy to be directed by Harold Ramis. He recently completed production on Juno for Mandate Pictures and director Jason Reitman. He will also be seen in the independent comedy Parental Guidance Suggested. Cera starred as a young Chuck Barris in George Clooney's Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, and Frequency with Dennis Quaid.

His television credits include "Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job,” "Tom Goes to the Mayor,” regular roles on the ABC Family series "I Was a Sixth Grade Alien,” and Fox's "The Grubbs;” a guest starring role in the CW's popular "Veronica Mars,” the telefilms "Custody of the Heart,” "Familiar Stranger,” and "Walter and Harry,” as well as the award-winning telefilm "My Louisiana Sky.”

Cera recently launched a web based series at www.clarkandmichael.com. Entitled "Clark and Michael,” Cera co-wrote, directed, produced, and stars in the series with Clark Duke.

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