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JONAH HILL (Cooker) has appeared in two smash comedies for Judd Apatow: Universal Pictures' "Knocked Up” and Columbia Pictures' "Superbad.” Hill has worked with some of the industry's top directors. His first feature film was "I ♥ Huckabees” for director David O. Russell. He then secured a small role in Judd Apatow's summer hit for Universal Pictures, "The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” starring Steve Carell, and he hasn't stopped working since.

He was seen in the 2006 comedy "Grandma's Boy” for 20th Century Fox and Happy Madison Productions. He was recently seen in producer Tom Shadyac‘s buddy comedy "Accepted” opposite Justin Long and Blake Lively. Hill also had a cameo role as Adam Sandler's son in "Click” for Columbia Pictures.

Hill has also appeared in "10 Items or Less,” an independent feature starring Morgan Freeman. He recently lent his voice to the character of xx for the Dr. Seuss animated film "Horton Hears a Who!” alongside Jim Carrey and "Evan Almighty” co-star Steve Carell. He will appear next in Universal Pictures' "Forgetting Sarah Marshall.”

Hill also has a recurring role on the Oxygen television series "Campus Ladies,” a comedy from the producers of "Reno 911!”

He currently resides in Los Angeles.

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