CHRISTOPHER MINTZ-PLASSE became one of the most sought-after young comedic
actors in Hollywood with his
unforgettable film debut as Fogell, better known as "McLovin," opposite Michael
Cera and Jonah Hill in Greg
Mottola's 2007 sleeper hit Superbad. He was nominated for the MTV Movie Award
He followed Superbad up with a featured role in another hit comedy, Role Models,
alongside Paul Rudd,
Seann William Scott, and Ken Jeong for director David Wain; an appearance in
Harold Ramis' Year One,
reunited on-screen with Michael Cera; Craig Gillespie's Fright Night; and
another memorable turn, as "Red
Mist," in Matthew Vaughn's Kick-Ass, for which he received a Teen Choice Award
nomination for Choice
Movie Villain. A sequel to the latter is planned.
Mr. Mintz-Plasse lent his voice to the blockbuster animated feature How to Train
Your Dragon, directed by
Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders, and is currently reteaming with the former
director for voice work on the
Among his upcoming live-action movies are the all-star omnibus comedy Red Band;
Danny Roth's ensemble
drama Tag; and Jason Moore's music-themed comedy Pitch Perfect and Dylan Kidd's
Get a Job, both also starring Anna Kendrick of ParaNorman.
Mr. Mintz-Plasse is currently at work filming the new television comedy series
Friend Me, in which he stars
alongside Nicholas Braun.
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