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In addition to JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE's (Will Salas) multi-platinum album FutureSex/LoveSounds, which produced four consecutive #1 singles, and his critically acclaimed 2007 FutureSex/LoveShow tour, along with multiple Grammy Awards, he has recently garnered acclaim as an actor for a variety of work in both comedy and drama. Timberlake received rave reviews for Universal's crime drama Alpha Dog, co-starring Emile Hirsh, Bruce Willis and Sharon Stone. He was also applauded for his role alongside Christina Ricci and Samuel L. Jackson in Black Snake Moan, writer-director Craig Brewer's follow-up to his Sundance hit Hustle & Flow.

In the summer of 2007, Timberlake loaned his voice to the all-star cast of DreamWorks Animation's Shrek the Third, taking a starring role alongside Mike Meyers, Cameron Diaz and Eddie Murphy, as the voice of Artie—the young King Arthur. In the U.S., Shrek the Third generated $121 million its first weekend at the box office, breaking box office records for animated movies. Timberlake joined Dwayne Johnson, Seann William Scott, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Mandy Moore in Southland Tales from the director of the cult hit Donnie Darko.

More recently, he appeared in the independent film The Open Road with Jeff Bridges, Mary Steenburgen, Harry Dean Stanton and Kate Mara, and in the Academy Award-winning The Social Network. He was also heard as the voice of Boo Boo in the feature film adaptation of the celebrated animated series, Yogi Bear. Timberlake starred in the Screen Gems film Friends with Benefits and the Columbia Pictures comedy Bad Teacher.

In addition to movies, Timberlake has hosted two memorable episodes of Saturday Night Live and several of his sketches have become viral video sensations, including D**k in a Box, which not only has been viewed over 100 million times on YouTube, but earned Timberlake his first Emmy® Award. He won a second Emmy Award in 2009 for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for hosting SNL. Timberlake has also hosted MTV's Europe Music Awards, Nickelodeon's Kid's Choice Awards and ESPN's ESPY Awards.

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