CHRISTOPHER MINTZ-PLASSE (Chris
D'Amico/The Mother-f%&*^r) is one of the most
sought-after young comedic
actors in Hollywood since
his unforgettable 2007 film
debut as Fogell aka McLovin,
opposite Michael Cera and
Jonah Hill, in the acclaimed
teen hit Superbad. Having
had no professional acting
experience before the film, Mintz-Plasse went into the
audition with a headshot he had taken on his camera
phone. The film was hailed by the Los Angeles Times
as the "most profane (and hilarious) high school movie of the last 30 years." Produced by Judd Apatow and
Shauna Robertson, written by Seth Rogen and Evan
Goldberg, the film grossed nearly $120 million at the
U.S. box office.
In 2008, Mintz-Plasse was featured in the hit
comedy Role Models. The film, which also starred
Paul Rudd, Seann William Scott and Ken Jeong, was
a huge success and garnered more than $90 million at
the worldwide box office. In 2009, Mintz-Plasse was
reunited with his Superbad costar Michael Cera in
Harold Ramis' Year One.
In 2010, Mintz-Plasse starred as Red Mist in the
teen super-hero film, Kick-Ass. The film also starred
Nicolas Cage, Chloe Grace Moretz and Clark Duke.
That same year, Mintz-Plasse lent his voice to the
character Fishlegs in the hit DreamWorks Animation
film How to Train Your Dragon. In 2011, he appeared
in the remake of Fright Night, opposite Anton Yelchin,
Colin Farrell and David Tennant.
In animation, Mintz-Plasse lent his voice to
ParaNorman and will reprise his role as Fishlegs in
the highly anticipated How to Train Your Dragon 2. He
recently wrapped production on Get a Job, with Bryan
Cranston, and Townies, with Seth Rogen and Zac Efron.
Next up, Mintz-Plasse can be seen in The To Do
List, which features an all-star comedy cast including
Donald Glover, Aubrey Plaza and Andy Samberg.
Mintz-Plasse currently resides in Los Angeles.
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