More Will Arnett Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Monster-In-Law)Will Arnett is currently starring as the sarcastic, unemployed magician (or as he prefers illusionist) George Oscar Bluth II (a.k.a. Gob) on the critically acclaimed Fox sitcom Arrested Development, which airs Sunday nights at 9:30PM. The series recently earned a Golden Globe nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series and has been widely praised as one of the best new television shows of the 2003-2004 season.
Before Arrested Development, Will was a regular on the NBC comedy series The Mike O'Malley Show. His additional television credits include guest-starring roles on Sex and the City, The Sopranos, Boston Public, Third Watch and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Will's feature credits include roles in The Waiting Game, The Broken Giant, Southie and Ed's Next Move. He also starred in the film The Acting Class opposite Alec Baldwin, Regina King, Benjamin Bratt and Angie Harmon, which was directed by Jill Hennessey and Elizabeth Holder. Additionally, he served as the narrator for the film Series 7: The Contenders and starred in the short film Weekend Getaway. He is currently shooting a starring role in the independent feature Great New Wonderful opposite Edie Falco, Tony Shaloub and Maggie Gyllenhaal.
Will currently splits his residency between Los Angeles and New York where he lives with his wife, actress and Saturday Night Live star Amy Poehler.
Bio courtesy New Line Cinema for "Monster-In-Law" (20-Apr-2005)
Biography #3 (for Arrested Development)Will had a stint on the short run series as Jimmy on NBC's The Mike O'Malley Show, but you might recognize Will from his voice as the narrator in the movie, Series 7: The Contenders (2001). However, you might also recognize him from his role as Lenny in the movie, The Waiting Game (2000) or his many notable TV guest appearances on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Mike Waldrup on 2 episodes of The Sopranos Yes, Dear, Boston Public, as Kenny on Third Watch and as Jack on Sex and the City.
Bio courtesy Fox for "Arrested Development" (18-Jul-2004)