Justin Long started his theatre career at the Williamstown Theatre Festival in Joe Mantello’s production of THE HOT L BALTIMORE – he’s subsequently appeared in eight other plays at WTF, as well as productions at New York Stage + Film, Hartford Stage, The Roundabout, on Broadway with Jeff Goldblum in SEMINAR, and most recently as Albert Einstein in Steve Martin’s PICASSO AT THE LAPIN AGILE at The Old Globe. Justin will next be seen in the BBC/Netflix drama “Girl/Haji,” created and written by BAFTA nominee Joe Barton and directed by BAFTA-winner and Emmy nominee Julian Farino. Other recent TV work includes: “Portlandia,” “Inside Amy Schumer,” “New Girl,” “Mom,” “The Conners,” and Netflix’s “F is for Family” (series regular). He got his start with movie roles in Galaxy Quest and Jeepers Creepers. He then shifted to the small screen on the NBC series “Ed” and enjoyed his first box-office success in the offbeat comedy, “Dodgeball.” Other comedic roles include Universal’s Accepted and Strange Wilderness both with Jonah Hill, The Break Up (opposite Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston), Waiting with Ryan Reynolds, Mike Judge’s Idiocracy, Miguel Arteta’s Youth in Revolt and Kevin Smith’s Zack and Miri Make a Porno, (opposite Seth Rogen). Other credits include Live Free or Die Hardopposite Bruce Willis, the ensemble cast of He’s Just Not That Into You, including Ben Affleck, Jennifer Aniston, Drew Barrymore, and Scarlett Johansson; and in Robert Redford’s The Conspirator. More lead roles followed, including opposite Drew Barrymore in Going the Distance, Sam Raimi’s Drag Me to Hell, Kevin Smith’s Tusk, and Sam Esmail’s Comet opposite Emmy Rossum. Justin starred in, wrote, and produced the 2013 feature, A Case of You, alongside Vince Vaughn, Sam Rockwell and Evan Rachel Wood, and voiced Alvin in all four Alvin and the Chipmunksmovies. Recent film roles include, Frank and Lola opposite Michael Shannon, And Then I Go, alongside Melanie Lynskey and Tony Hale, and co-starred opposite Cobie Smulders in Literally, Right Before Aaron.
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