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JONAH HILL (Donnie Azoff) has quickly become one of Hollywood's most sought-after talents, due in part to his dynamic evolution from laugh-out-loud comedy to an Academy Award nominee for his role in Bennett Miller's "Moneyball."

In addition to being nominated for an Academy Award for Actor in a Supporting Role in 2011, Hill was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for "Best Performance by an Actor In A Supporting Role in a Motion Picture" and a SAG Award for "Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role." "Moneyball" was also nominated for an Academy Award for "Best Picture" as well as the Golden Globe for "Best Motion Picture Drama."

Hill is currently in production on "22 Jump Street," the sequel to "21 Jump Street," starring opposite Channing Tatum. "21 Jump Street" opened at number one at the box office and went on to make over $200 million worldwide. In addition to starring in both films, Jonah co-wrote the screenplay and is an executive producer. "22 Jump Street" will be released by Sony Pictures on June 13th, 2014.

Hill wrapped production on Rupert Goold's "True Story" opposite James Franco. The drama is centers around the relationship between journalist Michael Finkel (Hill) and Christian Longo (Franco), who was on the FBI Most Wanted List for murder and lived for years outside the U.S. under Finkel's name.

Hill most recently starred in Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" which grossed over $425 million worldwide and was nominated for an Academy Award for "Best Motion Picture of the Year." He was also seen starring in Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's "This Is The End" starring opposite Rogen, James Franco, and Jay Baruchel and Akiva Schaffer's "The Watch" opposite Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn.

Hill's breakout role starring opposite Michael Cera in the acclaimed hit, "Superbad," was the first film to really put him on the comedy map. Since then, Jonah has become a mainstay in the Judd Apatow clan, starring in the Apatow-produced summer comedies "Get Him to the Greek" in 2010, "Funny People" in 2009, and "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" in 2008. His first appearance under Apatow Productions was in "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" in 2005.

Hill surprised audiences with his departure from the comedy world with his starring role as the title character in the independent feature "Cyrus," directed and written by Jay and Mark Duplass. The film premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival to glowing reviews and was nominated for a Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for "Best Comedy Movie."

Hill's other film work includes lending his voice for the DreamWorks Animation films "Megamind" and "How to Train Your Dragon," which respectively grossed $322 million and $495 million globally. A sequel is in the works titled "How To Train Your Dragon 2 and will be released on June 20th, 2014. Hill also voiced the character Tommy in "Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!," which took in $297 million worldwide.

In 2011, Hill co-wrote, created and voiced the title character in the critically acclaimed animated series "Allen Gregory" for Fox Television. He also directed the Sara Bareilleis music video, "Gonna Get Over You" in 2011.

Hill continues to confirm his place among a new generation of multi-hyphenated writers/actors currently co-writing "The Adventurer's Handbook" for which he will also co-star with Jason Segel. He is writing "Pure Imagination," an Apatow-produced comedy which he will serve as executive producer. Jonah was as an associate producer on the Sacha Baron Cohen comedy "Bruno" and an executive producer on "The Sitter."

Hill began his career performing one-scene plays that he wrote and performed at the gritty Black and White bar in New York City. His first feature role was in David O. Russell's "I Heart Huckabees" with Dustin Hoffman and Lily Tomlin.

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