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Before his debut as the star of the critically acclaimed FOX-TV series "Undeclared,” JAY BARUCHEL (Kevin Sandusky) was relatively new to American audiences. Baruchel began acting at age 12 when he landed a job on the Nickelodeon hit television series "Are You Afraid of the Dark?,” transforming what was to be a one-time guest appearance into a recurring role. The role was a springboard for his career, leading to his first Canadian series, "My Hometown.”

The Canadian-born actor has since appeared in a number of feature films, including "Nemesis Game,” "The Rules of Attraction” and, in the memorable role of Vic Munoz, the obsessed Led Zeppelin fan in "Almost Famous.” However, roles in a string of films since, including the Academy Award®-winning movie "Million Dollar Baby,” opposite Clint Eastwood, Hillary Swank and Morgan Freeman, have helped cement his place as a rising star in Hollywood.

Baruchel reunited with "Undeclared” creator Judd Apatow last summer in Universal Pictures' smash hit "Knocked Up” opposite Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl. He also starred opposite Rose Byrne in the Canadian indie "Just Buried,” as well as in "Real Time” opposite Randy Quaid.

Other feature film credits include "I'm Reed Fish,” co-starring Alexis Bledel, which premiered at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival, the Canadian independent film "Fetching Cody,” which premiered at the 2005 Toronto Film Festival, and the upcoming Weinstein Company feature "Fanboys.”

Baruchel recently fulfilled his dream and directed a short film entitled "Edgar & Jane,” which he also wrote, produced and shot in Montreal. He will next star in the DreamWorks comedy/romance "She's Out of My League.”

Baruchel currently resides in Montreal.


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