After garnering major critical acclaim for his portrayal of George-Michael Bluth in the Emmy Award® winning Fox series "Arrested Development," Michael Cera quickly found himself amongst the young comedy elite when Judd Apatow cast him as the lead in the hit film, Superbad. The film, written by Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg, nabbed the top box office gross two weeks running and quickly became one of the most talked about films of 2007. On the heels of Superbad, Cera co-starred in the Oscar® nominated Juno opposite Ellen Page and former "Arrested Development" co-star Jason Bateman. He also starred in Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist for Mandate Pictures and Screen Gems, Sony's Year One opposite Jack Black for director Harold Ramis and Paper Heart, a critical favorite out of Sundance in 2009. Cera starred as Nick Twisp in Youth in Revolt, a film based on his favorite book for director Miguel Arteta and the Weinstein Company. The film made its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival. He also starred in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World a film based on the Oni Press graphic novel "Scott Pilgrim Volume 1: Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life." Cera played the title role in the Edgar Wright directed film, which debuted in theaters in August, 2010. In 2013, 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. Last Spring, Michael reprised his role as George-Michael Bluth as "Arrested Development" returned for a fourth season on Netflix. Most recently, Michael starred in the Charlie Kaufman directed FX Pilot How & Why, alongside John Hawkes, Sally Hawkins and Catherine Keener.