WILL ARNETT (Vern Fenwick) co-stars on the highly
anticipated return of the Emmy award winning "Arrested Development" that
recently launched new episodes on Netflix. He recently voiced a character in
Warner Bros' "The Lego Movie," opposite of Will Ferrell and Liam Neeson that
will release in early 2014.
He was most recently seen on NBC's "Up All Night" opposite of Christina
Applegate and Maya Rudolph. Arnett also partnered with Jason Bateman to form
DumbDumb, a comedy enterprise that creates and produces brand-inspired
entertainment content that reaches audiences across all forms of social, digital
and traditional media.
No stranger from television, Arnett is best known for his work on the
critically acclaimed Fox sitcom "Arrested Development," where he portrayed "Gob
Bluth" for three seasons and earned his first Emmy nomination. He recently
starred in Fox's comedy series "Running Wilde" opposite of Kerri Russell where
he starred and wrote for the series alongside writer/director Mitch Hurwitz.
Arnett frequently guest stars on NBC's "30 Rock" playing 'Devon Banks.' Last
year he earned his third Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Guest Actor in a
Comedy Series" for this role. Arnett also lent his voice to Fox's animated
sitcom from creator Mitch Hurwitz, "Sit Down, Shut Up."
Arnett can also be seen in the Warner Brothers and Legendary western action
film Jonah Hex based off the DC comic of the same name. Released in June 2010,
Arnett starred opposite Megan Fox, Josh Brolin and John Malkovich. Arnett also
starred in Walt Disney Pictures' romantic comedy When in Rome opposite Kristen
Bell and in G-Force, a combination live action/CG film from Disney and Jerry
Bruckheimer Films, opposite Penelope Cruz, Nicholas Cage, Steve Buscemi, and
Zach Galifianakis. In addition, he voiced a character in the hugely successful
DreamWorks 3-D animated adventure film, Monsters vs. Aliens, alongside Reese
Witherspoon, Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen, which opened number one at the box
office. He also starred in the basketball comedy Semi Pro opposite Will Ferrell
and Woody Harrelson, and lent his voice to the hugely successful animated comedy
Horton Hears a Who. In 2007, he was seen opposite Will Ferrell in the figure
skating comedy Blades of Glory, and also co-starred opposite Will Forte in The
Before "Arrested Development," Arnett was a regular on the NBC comedy series
"The Mike O'Malley Show." His additional television credits include
guest-starring roles on "Parks and Recreation," "Sex and the City," "The
Sopranos," "Boston Public," "Third Watch" and "Law & Order: Special Victims
Unit." Arnett also appeared on NBC's "Will & Grace" playing Jack's dance nemesis
while auditioning to become a backup dancer for Janet Jackson.
Arnett's other feature credits include Ice Age 2: The Meltdown, R.V. opposite
Robin Williams, Monster-In-Law, The Waiting Game, The Broken Giant, Southie and
Ed's Next Move. Additionally, he can be heard in a variety of commercials most
notably as the voice of GMC Trucks.