PAUL RUDD (Danny/Screenplay by) recently starred in Judd Apatow's Knocked
Up, opposite Seth Rogen and Leslie Mann. Knocked Up grossed more than $300 million
worldwide and won the People's Choice Award for Favorite Movie Comedy. It was also
nominated for a Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Comedy Movie and
named one of AFI's top 10 Movies of the Year.
Rudd recently completed production on John Hamburg's I Love You, Man,
starring opposite Jason Segel. Rudd plays a newly engaged guy who sets out to find the
perfect best man for his wedding. Paramount Pictures plans to release I Love You, Man
on March 13, 2009.
Rudd will lend his voice to the upcoming animated feature Monsters vs. Aliens,
which co-stars Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Laurie, Seth Rogen, Stephen Colbert, Rainn
Wilson and Kiefer Sutherland. Monsters vs. Aliens is scheduled to be released by
DreamWorks Animation on March 27, 2009.
Rudd's other film credits include Forgetting Sarah Marshall; The 40-Year-Old
Virgin; Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy; The Ten, on which he also served as a
producer; Night at the Museum; Diggers; Reno 911!: Miami; The Cider House Rules; The
Object of My Affection; Wet Hot American Summer; The ChÃ¢teau; Clueless; and William
Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet, among others.
On stage, Rudd starred in Richard Greenberg's Three Days of Rain, opposite Julia
Roberts and Bradley Cooper. He also starred in Neil LaBute's Bash in both New York
and Los Angeles, as well as LaBute's The Shape of Things in London and New York.
After successful runs on both the London and New York stages, Rudd starred in The
Shape of Things on the big screen.
Rudd made his West End debut in Robin Phillips' London production of Long
Day's Journey Into Night, opposite Jessica Lange. Other stage credits include Nicholas
Hytner's production of Twelfth Night at Lincoln Center Theater, with a special
performance that aired on PBS' Great Performances, and in Alfred Uhry's Tony
play, The Last Night of Ballyhoo.
On television, Rudd guest-starred on NBC's Friends for the final two seasons as
Phoebe's (Lisa Kudrow) husband, Mike Hannigan, and starred as Nick Carraway in
A&E's production of The Great Gatsby.
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