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JON FAVREAU (voice of Hurley) is a true multi-hyphenate. After getting his break as an actor in "Rudy,” Favreau went on to establish himself as a writer of considerable talent with the acclaimed hipster comedy "Swingers.” Since then, he has continued to challenge himself with a variety of eclectic projects.

Favreau's most recent triumph as a director and executive producer was on the blockbuster "Iron Man,” which grossed more than $570 million worldwide. He is currently preparing the upcoming "Iron Man 2,” due in 2010, which he will also direct. Favreau recently wrapped production on "Couples Retreat,” which he wrote and starred in.

Prior to "Iron Man,” Favreau directed "Zathura,” a children's adventure film starring Tim Robbins, for Radar Pictures and Sony Entertainment. In 2003, Favreau directed the acclaimed holiday smash hit "Elf,” starring Will Ferrell, for New Line Cinema. Favreau made his feature film directorial debut with "Made,” a script he wrote and starred in opposite Vince Vaughn and Sean "Puffy” Combs for Artisan Entertainment.

In front of the camera, Favreau was recently seen in "I Love You, Man” with Paul Rudd, Rashida Jones and Jason Segel; and opposite Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston in Universal Pictures' "The Break-Up.” He also recently appeared in "Four Christmases” opposite Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon. Favreau was also seen alongside Kirsten Dunst and Paul Bettany in Universal Pictures' "Wimbledon,” in Sony Pictures Entertainment's "Something's Gotta Give” with Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton and Keanu Reeves, and in the Mark Steven Johnson film "Daredevil” with Ben Affleck, an adaptation of the Marvel Comics franchise for 20th Century Fox-Regency Enterprises. He also portrayed the legendary heavyweight champion in the MGM biopic "Rocky Marciano.”

Favreau's other feature film credits include "Love and Sex” opposite Famke Janssen, "The Replacements” with Keanu Reeves, "Very Bad Things” opposite Christian Slater and Cameron Diaz, and "Deep Impact” with Robert Duvall, Morgan Freeman and Vanessa Redgrave.

Favreau's television credits include a recurring role on "Friends” and a special appearance on HBO's critically acclaimed "The Sopranos,” playing himself. Favreau also added the title of show runner to his multi-hyphenate list of credits as the creator, producer and host of the critically acclaimed and Emmy®-nominated IFC series "Dinner for Five.”


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