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ZACH GALIFIANAKIS (Alan) reprises his breakout role from Todd Phillips' blockbuster "The Hangover.” He also reunited with Phillips for "Due Date,” opposite Robert Downey Jr. Galifianakis moved to New York City after failing his last college course by one point at North Carolina State University. He got his start performing his brand of humor in the back of a hamburger joint in Times Square, graduating to doing stand-up at night in clubs and coffee houses in the city. While working as a bus boy, he got his first acting job on the NBC sitcom "Boston Common.” He most recently starred in "It's Kind of a Funny Story,” which premiered at the 2010 Toronto Film Festival, and co-starred with Steve Carell and Paul Rudd in Jay Roach's comedy "Dinner for Schmucks.”

Galifianakis' additional film credits include the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced hit "G-Force”; the indie feature "Youth in Revolt,” with Michael Cera, Steve Buscemi and Ray Liotta; a cameo in Jason Reitman's Oscar®-nominated film "Up in the Air”; "Comedians of Comedy,” a documentary that follows four underground comics; and the critically acclaimed true-life drama "Into the Wild,” from director Sean Penn. On the small screen, Galifianakis just started the third season of the HBO comedy "Bored to Death,” with Jason Schwartzman and Ted Danson. In addition, he hosted the critically acclaimed VH1 talk show "Late World with Zach,” and also wrote and starred in "Dog Bites Man” for Comedy Central.

Galifianakis also has an internet talk show entitled "Between Two Ferns.” He has interviewed such guests as Steve Carell, Natalie Portman, Conan O'Brien and Charlize Theron.

When not filming, Galifianakis lives on his farm in North Carolina.


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