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David Cross—one of today’s leading actors, writers and standup comedians—joins our stage for an in-depth conversation about his career in comedy, from the ground breaking series “Mr. Show” to the genius of “Arrested Development.”


Watch the FREE Livecast here starting at 8 pm, Mar 20. Livecast co-presented with New York magazine's

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Brief Bios

Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, David Cross moved to Los Angeles to write on "The Ben Stiller Show" where he shared the posthumous Emmy.

Continuing in the sketch tradition, he created (along with Bob Odenkirk) the groundbreaking show for HBO, "Mr. Show with Bob & David." The show ran for four years and garnered several Emmy nominations. David’s first book, I Drink For a Reason, was published in August 2009.

David has appeared in such films as Men in Black (both 1 & 2), Waiting for Guffman, Scary Movie 2, Ghost World, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless MindCurious George, Columbia Pictures’ The Year One and DreamWorks films Megamind and Kung Fu Panda. David was also featured in Todd Haynes’ rumination on the life of Bob Dylan, I’m Not There. David will currently be seen in the upcoming King Fu Panda 2. He recently wrapped filming on Fox’s Alvin & The Chipmunks 3 and appeared in the first Alvin as well as its sequel.

David appeared in the Emmy Award winning Fox Network comedy, "Arrested Development," as Tobias Fünke and recently completed an episodic arc on the Fox series, “Running Wilde.” David produced and starred in the Comedy Central animated series "Freak Show" which was co-created by David and Jon Benjamin. He also had major recurring arcs on Fox’s "Running Wilde" and ABC’s "Modern Family." David just finished the second season of "The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret" which he created and stars in for IFC and Channel 4 in the UK.


Michael Cera’s work includes the role of George-Michael Bluth in the Emmy Award® winning Fox series “Arrested Development,” as well as lead roles in the critically acclaimed blockbusters Superbad and Juno. Other film roles include Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist, Youth in Revolt and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.

In March 2012, Cera made his stage debut in Kenneth Lonergan’s award-winning play This is Our Youth at the prestigious Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia.

More recently, Cera starred in Crystal Fairy and Magic Magic, two films directed by award-winning Chilean director Sebastian Silva. Both films premiered to critical acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2013.

Michael will be reprising his role as George-Michael Bluth this spring as “Arrested Development” returns for a new season on Netflix.

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