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PETER & BOBBY FARRELLY (Directors/Writers/Producers) are recognized for their distinct comedic sensibility, and have garnered notable commercial success with their heartfelt and raucously funny films.

Next for the Farrellys is their long-awaited film adaptation of "The Three Stooges.” Peter Farrelly is also set to produce and direct a segment of the upcoming "Movie 43,” a feature-length anthology of high-profile short comedy segments from an array of established directors, including Elizabeth Banks, Steve Carr and Brett Ratner, and starring Kate Winslet, Hugh Jackman, Gerard Butler, Richard Gere, Emma Stone, Naomi Watts and Terrence Howard.

In 1994, the Farrellys showcased their talents by writing and directing their first feature film, "Dumb and Dumber,” starring Jim Carrey. A commercial success, "Dumb and Dumber” went on to gross over $246 million worldwide. Building off the overwhelming response to the film, Peter and Bobby Farrelly continued to define comedy with "There's Something About Mary,” starring Ben Stiller, Matt Dillon and Cameron Diaz, which went on to gross more than $360 million worldwide. Their catalogue of hits includes "Kingpin,” "Outside Providence,” "Me, Myself & Irene,” "Shallow Hal,” "Stuck On You,” "Fever Pitch” and, most recently, "The Heartbreak Kid.”

The Farrellys continue to thrive together through their production company, Conundrum Entertainment, but have each also lent their individual creative visions to respective projects.

In addition to helping shape the vision of the upcoming "Movie 43” along with their long-time producing partner Charles B. Wessler, Peter Farrelly has also published the novels Outside Providence, The Comedy Writer and the children's book Abigail the Happy Whale. A graduate of Providence College and the Master's creative writing program at Columbia University, Peter is married with two children.

Bobby Farrelly received an Emmy® Award nomination for "The Lost Son of Havana,” a documentary about the compelling journey of baseball great Luis Tiant. He earned his Bachelor of Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute while tending goal for their hockey team. Bobby is married with three children.

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