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Writer, actor, producer and director KEVIN HEFFERNAN (Bill Whitaker) is one fifth of the Broken Lizard Comedy Group.

As part of Broken Lizard, Heffernan co-starred and co-wrote the cult hit "Super Troopers,” which premiered at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival and was released worldwide in February 2002. Besides earning more than $18 million at the box office, "Super Troopers” also found a massive audience in the home entertainment market, selling over five million copies on DVD. Heffernan also co-starred in and co-wrote "Club Dread,” released in February 2004, the award-winning "Puddle Cruiser,” the group's first film and Broken Lizard's latest success "Beerfest.”

Beyond the pure Broken Lizard films, Heffernan co-wrote and co-starred in the film remake of "The Dukes of Hazzard,” which was directed by fellow Lizard Jay Chandrasekhar.

On the acting front, in addition to "Dukes,” Heffernan was recently seen in the family adventure "Sky High” starring Kurt Russell and Kelly Preston. He is currently attached to star in two more films with Warner Bros., "Funny Fat Guy” (written by Heffernan and fellow Broken Lizard Steve Lemme) and "The Baby Maker.”

As a writer, Heffernan co-wrote the 2006 comedy "Preaching to the Choir” directed by Charles Randolph-Wright and starring Patti Labelle, Tichina Arnold and Eartha Kitt. Heffernan and Broken Lizard are currently at work writing another Warner Bros. comedy "Cock Fight,” about a love triangle in which the richest man in the world and the best-looking man in the world spar for the love of the same woman.

Heffernan is set to make his directorial debut with "The Slammin' Salmon,” the next film written by and starring Broken Lizard. The film is set to begin shooting in early 2008.


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