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Rudd at Hollywood Life magazine's 8th Annual Breakthrough Awards, December 2007
|Born||Paul Stephen Rudd
April 6, 1969
Passaic, New Jersey, U.S.
|Occupation||Actor, screenwriter, comedian, producer|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Spouse(s)||Julie Yaeger (2003–present)|
Paul Stephen Rudd (born April 6, 1969) is an American actor, comedian, and screenwriter. He has primarily appeared in comedies, and is known for his roles in the films Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004), The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005), Knocked Up (2007), Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008), I Love You, Man (2009), Dinner for Schmucks (2010), Our Idiot Brother (2011), The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012), and This Is 40 (2012). In television, he appeared on the NBC sitcom Friends, playing Mike Hannigan, Phoebe Buffay's boyfriend and later husband for the final two seasons, and is commonly featured on the Tim and Eric show.
Early life 
Rudd was born in Passaic, New Jersey. His parents, who were raised in London, England, were both Jewish, and were descended from immigrants from Russia and Poland. The family's original surname, "Rudnitzky", was changed by his grandfather to "Rudd". Rudd had a bar mitzvah. His father, Michael, was a historical tour guide who was formerly the vice president of Trans World Airlines (TWA), while his mother, Gloria, was a sales manager at the television station KSMO-TV. When he was ten, Rudd's family moved to Overland Park, Kansas, where he was raised; his family also spent three years living in Anaheim, California, because of his father's occupation. He attended high school at Shawnee Mission West and before that he went to Broadmoor Junior High. Rudd went on to college at the University of Kansas, where he was a member of the Nu Chapter of Sigma Nu. He spent three months studying Jacobean drama at the British American Drama Academy based in Oxford, U.K. While attending acting school, Rudd worked as a DJ.
Rudd made his breakout performance in the 1995 film Clueless. Additional early career credits include Wet Hot American Summer, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, The Cider House Rules, William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet, and The Object of My Affection. He also garnered recognition with a recurring role on the television sitcom Friends as Mike Hannigan, who married Phoebe Buffay. Rudd's Broadway acting credits include The Last Night of Ballyhoo (1997), Twelfth Night (1998), and Three Days of Rain (2006). He guest-starred as a hasbeen 1990s rock star, Desmond Fellows, on the television series, Veronica Mars, in an episode titled "Debasement Tapes". He voiced the audiobook recordings of John Hodgman's books The Areas of My Expertise and More Information Than You Require. In 2006, he appeared in several episodes of Reno 911! as "Guy Gerricault" (pronounced "jericho"), the coach of a lamaze class, and portrayed a drug lord in the film Reno 911!: Miami. In 2012, he signed to appear on four episodes of NBC's Parks and Recreation as Bobby Newport, a candidate for City Council and a rival of Amy Poehler's character Leslie Knope. He won the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series on June 18, 2012 for his portrayal as Bobby Newport. He also played FBI Agent Ian Curtis in Benny Chan's 2000 Hong Kong action film Gen-Y Cops.
Rudd became a full-fledged comedy star with his roles in Judd Apatow pictures The 40-Year-Old Virgin (directed by Apatow) and Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (produced by Apatow). In 2007, he starred as frustrated husband Pete in Knocked Up, his third collaboration with Apatow and Seth Rogen. That year he also starred in both The Oh in Ohio and The Ten, which reunited him with David Wain and Michael Showalter. The former film was a box-office and critical disappointment as was his next starring vehicle, Over Her Dead Body with Eva Longoria. He bounced back with a memorable supporting role as Kunu (Hawaiian for "Chuck"), the drug-addled surf instructor in Nicholas Stoller's Forgetting Sarah Marshall. The film was a hit, as was his next comedy Role Models, where he and co-star Seann William Scott portrayed energy-drink salesmen forced to perform community service in a child mentoring program. Rudd also made cameo appearances in Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Year One and Night at the Museum.
In 2009, Rudd again appeared with Jason Segel in I Love You Man. He co-created TV series Party Down with John Embom, Rob Thomas and Dan Etheridge. He lent his voice to the DreamWorks computer-animated hit movie Monsters Vs. Aliens. In 2010, he reunited with Steve Carell for the first time since The 40-Year-Old Virgin for the Jay Roach-directed comedy Dinner for Schmucks. In 2012, he had a supporting role in the teen drama The Perks of Being a Wallflower, playing Mr. Anderson, a teacher of Charlie (Logan Lerman).
Rudd has become one of the most popular and marketable stars of Apatow films and the like, often starring with other regulars like Seth Rogen (four films), Jonah Hill (three films), Leslie Mann (three films), Kristen Wiig (three films), Jason Segel (three films), Steve Carell (four films), Elizabeth Banks (five films), and Joe Lo Truglio (seven films).
Running gags on television 
As part of a running gag during his appearances on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien and Conan, Rudd has brought a clip from the film Mac and Me, where the wheelchair-bound Eric (Jade Calegory) flies off a cliff while Mac watches on, instead of showing clips from the actual film he is there to promote. He also has appeared on stage for Conan O'Brien's live tour.
Rudd also has a running gag on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in which Rudd and Jimmy Fallon appear to be setting up a clip from a film Rudd is appearing in. The clip that follows, however, is a clip from Late Show with David Letterman in which Rudd, in an earlier appearance, and David Letterman set up the clip verbatim to how Rudd and Fallon appeared to set up the clip.
Running gags in films 
Paul and Seth Rogen went back and forth with each other in a "You Know How I Know You're Gay?" dialogue in two films - The 40 Year Old Virgin (2005) and Knocked Up (2007). The scenes were reported to be unscripted.
Personal life 
In 2003, Rudd married Julie Yaeger and the couple have two children: a son, Jack Sullivan (b. 2006), and a daughter, Darby (b. 2010). Rudd frequently travels to Overland Park, Kansas, where he attended high school. He is a fan of Major League Baseball's Kansas City Royals and National Football League's Kansas City Chiefs, for whom he narrated the 2007 HBO special Hard Knocks. He also frequents University of Kansas basketball games and is a big fan of the Jayhawks.
|1992–95||Sisters||Kirby Quimby Philby||Recurring guest star|
|1994||Wild Oats||Brian Grant||Series regular|
|1996||Clueless||Sonny||Guest star, episode: "I Got You Babe"|
|2000||Deadline||Zander Price||Guest star, episode: "Lovers and Madmen"|
|Strangers with Candy||Brent Brooks||Guest star, episode: "The Last Temptation of Blank"|
|2002–04||Friends||Mike Hannigan||Recurring guest star 18 episodes|
|2005||Stella||Greg||Guest star, episode: "Office Party"|
|2006||Cheap Seats||Dave Penders||Guest star, episode: "1996 Spelling Bee: Part 2"|
|Robot Chicken||Jasper the Douchebag Ghost, Ang Lee||Guest star, episode: "Book of Corrine"|
|2006–07||Reno 911!||Guy Gerricault||Recurring guest star|
|2007||The Naked Trucker and T-Bones Show||Antagonistic Passenger||Guest star, episode: "Gold Watch"|
|Veronica Mars||Desmond Fellows||Guest star, episode: "Debasement Tapes"|
|Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Kansas City Chiefs||Himself||Narrator|
|2008||Little Britain USA||French president||Guest Star|
|Saturday Night Live||Himself||Host (November 15)|
|2009||Delocated||Himself||Guest Star (February 13)|
|Saturday Night Live||Himself||Cameo (May 16)|
|2010||Saturday Night Live||Himself||Cameo (March 6)|
|Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!||Himself, Celery Man, Oyster, Tayne||Guest star, episode: "Man Milk"|
|The Simpsons||Homer's Therapist, Dr. Zander||Guest star, season 22|
|2010–11||Saturday Night Live||Himself||Host (December 11), Cameo (November 19)|
|2012||Parks and Recreation||Bobby Newport||Special Guest Star, Bobby Newport: "Campaign Ad", "The Debate", "Bus Tour", "Win, Lose, or Draw"
Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series
|The Daily Show with Jon Stewart||Himself||Guest Star (February 24)|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live!||Himself||Guest Star (February 24)|
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|Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Paul Rudd|
- Paul Rudd at the Internet Movie Database
- Paul Rudd at the Internet Broadway Database
- Paul Rudd on National Public Radio