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Michael Cera Biography

Michael Cera

Facts of Michael Cera

Date of Birth: 1988 , June-7
Birth Nation: Canada
Height: 5 Feet 9 Inch

Quick Timeline of Michael Cera

1988 Born in Brampton, Ontario, Canada
1991 Began his interest in acting
1998 Appeared in the TV commercial
1999 Appeared in the television series, I Was a Sixth Grade Alien
2000 First feature film, Frequency
2002 Appeared in the movie, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
2003 Appeared in the television series, Arrested Development
2014 Released his debut album, True That
2006 Won Gold Derby Awards
2008 Won Online Film & Television Association
2010 Won Satellite Awards

Detail Timeline of Michael Cera

June 7 , 1988

Born in Brampton, Ontario, Canada

Multi talented, Michael Cera was born as Michael Austin Cera at the end of 1980s in Brampton, Ontario, Canada to Linda (née Cockman) and Luigi Cera. He is of Sicilian, Irish, Dutch, Scottish, and English descent.

1991

Began his interest in acting

Famous for playing the role of naive and/or slightly nerdy characters, Michael Cera induced his interest in acting at the age of three. During that year, he became sick with the chicken pox and he was hospitalized for several days. 

1998

Appeared in the TV commercial

He has been active as an actor since the late 1990s. His first acting role was in a Tim Hortons summer camp commercial. He was not paid for his role. Later on he was seen in the Pillsbury commercial. 

1999

Appeared in the television series, I Was a Sixth Grade Alien

In 1999, he portrayed the role of Skateboarder in the TV series Twice in a Lifetime. That year he also starred the role of Larrabe Hicks in a British/Australian/Canadian live-action/comedy television show I Was a Sixth Grade Alien.

2000

First feature film, Frequency

He made his feature film debut in 2000 by playing the role of Gordy Hersch Jr. in the movie   Frequency. That year he was also seen in the movies like Steal This Movie! and Ultimate G's: Zac's Flying Dream.

2002

Appeared in the movie, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind

He got his rise in fame in 2002 after he starred the role of Chuck Barris in a biographical spy comedy film Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. In 2008, he appeared in the movie Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist. 

2003

Appeared in the television series, Arrested Development

Michael Cera, who is also known by his nickname Mike, is an actor from Canada. He is also critically acclaimed for playing the role of George Michael Bluth in an American television sitcom Arrested Development. He appeared in this TV series till 2006. 

August 8 , 2014

Released his debut album, True That

He is also famous for being a musician. As a solo artist, he has also released an album on his own. His debut album is True That was released on 8th of August 2014. Some of the famous singles of this album are uhohtrouble, Humdrummin, 2048 and so on. 

2006

Won Gold Derby Awards

He is famous for playing the role of George Michael Bluth in an American television sitcom Arrested Development. For this role, he got his first nomination in Gold Derby Awards in 2006. He won this award that year for Ensemble of the Year. 

2008

Won Online Film & Television Association

In 2008, he got nominated in Online Film & Television Association for the first time in his life. He got nominated in this award that year for Best Breakthrough Performance - Male. He was also honored with this award in 2008. 

2010

Won Satellite Awards

Till date he has been nominated in Satellite Awards for two times in his life. Out of these two nominations, he has been honored only once in this award. He won this award in 2010 for Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical. 

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Michael has not shared anything about his love life in the media yet. Information about his love affairs, girlfriend and married life has been kept low and secret. He is five feet and nine inches in his height. His nationality is Canadian and he is of mixed ethnicity.

Famous for playing the role of naive and/or slightly nerdy characters, Michael Cera induced his interest in acting at the age of three. He took improvisation classes at The Second City Toronto. He has been active as an actor since the late 1990s. His first acting role was in a Tim Hortons summer camp commercial. In 1999, he portrayed the role of Skateboarder in the TV series Twice in a Lifetime. That year he also starred the role of Larrabe Hicks in a British/Australian/Canadian live-action/comedy television show I Was a Sixth Grade Alien. In 1999, he appeared in the TV series like Noddy, Switching Goals and What Katy Did. He made his feature film debut in 2000 by playing the role of Gordy Hersch Jr. in the movie Frequency. That year he was also seen in the movies like Steal This Movie! and Ultimate G's: Zac's Flying Dream. He got his rise in fame in 2002 after he starred the role of Chuck Barris in the movie Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. He is also critically acclaimed for playing the role of George Michael Bluth in an American television sitcom Arrested Development. His net worth is $20 Million.