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Will Arnett

Highest Rated:   96% The LEGO Movie (2014)
Lowest Rated:   9% The Comebacks (2007)
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Birthplace:   Toronto, Ontario, Canada
After almost a decade of starring in failed pilots, Toronto-born Will Arnett finally hit pay dirt in 2003 when Fox picked up Arrested Development, an irreverent sitcom that cast him as a spoiled rich kid-turned-aspiring illusionist. While the show struggled in ratings, it won loads of critical praise and garnered an incredibly loyal fan base that helped keep it on the air for three seasons before Fox finally gave up and pulled the plug. In the wake of Arrested Development's cancellation, Arnett quickly and smoothly transitioned into big-screen work. His first starring role came in 2006 with the comedy Let's Go to Prison! Though the film failed to find success at the box office, Arnett's momentum wasn't hampered in the least. In 2007, his film career exploded with supporting roles in Blades of Glory, Hot Rod, and Ratatouille, and a starring slot opposite Saturday Night Live's Will Forte in The Brothers Solomon. That same year also saw Arnett starting a scene-stealing recurring role on NBC's 30 Rock and a memorable voice-over cameo in Edgar Wright's faux-trailer contribution to Grindhouse, "Don't."Thanks to his distinctive deep voice, Arnett found steady work in animated films including Ratatouille, Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who, Monsters vs. Aliens, Despicable Me, and The Lego Movie. He had a failed sitcom, Running Wilde, in 2010 that was cancelled after just one season, but he quickly found himself as the lead on the NBC sitcom Up All Night opposite Christina Applegate, a show that did earn a second season before it too was cancelled. Arnett tried again with the CBS comedy The Millers in 2013 and also reprised his role in the resurrected fourth season of Arrested Development on Netflix.

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Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
  • Actor
2019
91% Teen Titans Go! To the Movies
  • Actor
2018
17% Show Dogs
  • Frank
2018
No Score Yet Os jovens titãs em ação! Nos cinemas
  • Producer
2018
13% The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature
  • Surly
$28.4M 2017
90% The Lego Batman Movie
  • Batman/Bruce Wayne
$175.7M 2017
78% Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
  • Main CMZ Reporter
2016
36% Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
  • Vernon Fenwick
$82.1M 2016
22% Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Vern Fenwick
$164M 2014
96% The LEGO Movie
  • Batman
$244.9M 2014
11% The Nut Job
  • Surly
2014
No Score Yet The Arrested Development Documentary Project
  • Actor
2013
25% Mansome
  • Actor
  • Executive Producer
$18.9k 2012
No Score Yet Fight For Your Right Revisited
  • Biz Man
2011
81% Despicable Me
  • Mr. Perkins
$251.5M 2010
12% Jonah Hex
  • Lieutenant Grass
$10.6M 2010
16% When in Rome
  • Antonio
$32.6M 2010
No Score Yet Monsters Vs. Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins From Outer Space
  • Actor
2009
41% Brief Interviews with Hideous Men
  • Subject #11
2009
22% G-Force
  • Kip Killian
$119.5M 2009
72% Monsters vs. Aliens
  • Missing Link
$198.4M 2009
55% Spring Breakdown
  • Ted
2009
No Score Yet B.O.B.'S Big Break
  • The Missing Link
2009
41% The Rocker
  • Actor
$6.4M 2008
No Score Yet Upright Citizens Brigade - ASSSSCAT!
  • Actor
2008
No Score Yet On Broadway
  • Tom
2008
79% Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!
  • Vlad
$154.4M 2008
22% Semi-Pro
  • Lou Redwood
$33.4M 2008
9% The Comebacks
  • Mailman
$13.4M 2007
67% Wristcutters: A Love Story
  • Messiah
$0.3M 2007
15% The Brothers Solomon
  • John Solomon
$1M 2007
40% Hot Rod
  • Jonathan
$13.9M 2007
96% Ratatouille
  • Horst
$112.5M 2007
83% Grindhouse
  • Announcer
$25M 2007
70% Blades of Glory
  • Stranz Van Waldenberg
$118.2M 2007