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After failing his last college course by one point at North Carolina State University, ZACH GALIFIANAKIS (Humpty Dumpty) moved to New York City. Galifianakis 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 sitcom "Boston Common” for NBC. An eclectic career has followed.

Zach's breakout moment came in the blockbuster hit "The Hangover.” Directed by Todd Phillips, the Warner Bros. feature became the highest grossing R-rated comedy of all time. He followed "The Hangover” with a starring role in the Jerry Bruckheimer produced live-action Disney feature "G-Force,” which also debuted at #1 and grossed over $290 million worldwide. Galifianakis previously starred in "Due Date,” in which he re-teams with director Todd Phillips and Warner Bros. to star opposite Robert Downey, Jr. He was also seen in the Focus Feature film "It's Kind of a Funny Story,” and in the successful sequel, "The Hangover Part II.”

Zach was previously seen in Paramount Pictures' "Dinner for Schmucks,” opposite Steve Carell and Paul Rudd. His other credits include the independent feature "Youth in Revolt” opposite Michael Cera, Steve Buscemi and Ray Liotta, as well as a cameo role for Jason Reitman's Academy Award®-nominated film, "Up in the Air.” He also appeared in the Fox feature "What Happens in Vegas” opposite Cameron Diaz and Ashton Kutcher, and the critically acclaimed "Into the Wild” from Paramount Vantage and director Sean Penn.

On the small screen, Zach stars in the HBO comedy "Bored to Death” with Jason Schwartzman and Ted Danson, which begins filming its 4th season next Spring. He previously hosted the critically acclaimed talk show for VH1, "Late World with Zach,” as well as writing and starring in "Dog Bites Man” for Comedy Central.

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