Michael Cera is a Canadian actor, producer, singer, songwriter, and musician, best known for his role of George Michael Bluth in the sitcom Arrested Development. 30-year-old Michael Cera, in addition to acting, is also known for his debut album True That (2014).
The nominee of Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play in Lobby Hero, Michael is professional since 1999. In his long career journey, 1.75 m tall Cera is estimated to be enjoying the net worth of $20 million. Want to know more about his net worth, properties, and career? Here we are.
Commencing his career from Tim Hortons summer camp commercial in 1999, Michael Cera has moved up to become one of the successful actor, producer, singer, songwriter, and musician.
Michael made his breakthrough in the then- Fox sitcom (now Netflix) Arrested Development in 2003, playing George Michael Bluth as Jason Bateman's on-screen son until the show halted in 2006, after 3 seasons. The series was resumed in 2013 and followed by another revival in 2018 for the 5th season.
As reported, back in the 2000s, the Arrested Development cast was paid very less; the maximum of $30,000 per episode. Well, currently the casts are allegedly paid in the average of $125,000 per episode.
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Also, Michael Cera later landed in Veronica Mars alongside Alia Shawkat. Michael's movie breakthrough came in 2007 with his appearance in Superbad which grossed over $121.46 million.
Cera has also appeared in the 2007 movie Juno and 2013 film This is the End, which is his other $100 million-grossing movies with $143.49 million and $101.47 million respectively.
Having appeared in many TV series, including My Louisiana Sky, The Familiar Stranger, Drunk History, Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, Twin Peak, Michael is the owner of millions of net worth.
However, the earnings details of Michael Cera is yet to be disclosed. Besides acting, Michael Cera is also active in the music career. He released his debut album True That in 2014.
As of November 2018, Michael Cera is estimated to be enjoying the net worth of $20 million, though he has kept his property details including his house and cars undercover. Probably, his property empire will be out in future.
Michale Cera, who initially worked in the unpaid commercials, made his acting debut in 1999, appearing in the Canadian children's show I Was a Sixth Grade Alien.
Then in 2000, Cera made his theatrical film debut in the science fiction film Frequency, followed by his appearance in several television films in 2001 including My Louisiana Sky and The Familiar Stranger.
From 2003 to 2006, Michael Cera played George Michael Bluth in the TV series Arrested Development. Later, Cera and his best friend Clark Duke signed a deal with CBS Television to write, produce, direct, and act in a short-form comedy series Clark and Michael, in 2007.
Also in 2007, Cera starred in Apatow-produced teen comedy Superbad, alongside Jonah Hill, that followed his appearance in his second film Juno (2007).
Cera won Breakthrough Artist in the Austin Film Critics Association Awards 2007 for his work in Superbad and Juno. As a recurring role of Sal Viscuso, Michael Cera appeared on the comedy series Children's Hospital from 2008 to 2016.
In 2014, Cera made his appearance in the Arrested Development, David Cross' 2014 film Hits, playing a marijuana dealer. This was followed by his brief appearance in the TV series How & Why, alongside John Hawkes and Sally Hawkins.
In 2017, Cera voiced Batman's sidekick Robin in the animated superhero comedy The Lego Batman Movie.
Then in March 2018, starring in a second Kenneth Lonergan production Lobby Hero, at the Helen Hayes Theatre on Broadway, Michael Cera returned to the stage alongside Chris Evans, Brian Tyree Henry, and Bel Powley.
Also known for his debut musical album True That, released in 2014, Cera has also acted as the touring bassist for indie rock supergroup Mister Heavenly. Also, he has collaborated with The Unicorns.
Some of Michael Cera's films include The End of Love (2012), This Is the End (2013), A Very Murray Christmas (2015), Molly's Game (2017) and Gloria Bell (2018). While his TV series include Braceface (2001-2004), The Berenstain Bears (2003-2004), The Simpsons (2012), Drunk History (2013-2016) and Twin Peaks (2017).
Michael Cera won Satellite Awards for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and TV Land Award for his work in Arrested Development.
We wish him best for further.