Paul Rudd:

Paul Rudd:

Paul Rudd:

Paul Rudd

Paul Rudd is known for his starring roles in blockbuster films, but in his free time he’s an avid cyclist that tells stories online about the joys of cycling. Rudd, who has gotten to know many B2B marketers in his bicycle advocacy, has introduced a new project, “Cycle 24”. His goal is to share fun stories, connect with marketers, and help them improve their own content marketing efforts. He swept the Academy Awards in 2017 for his role in the breakout drama "I, Tonya," and in 2005 for "The Royal Tenenbaums," and in 1996 for "Clueless," and in 1993 for "Striking Distance".

Rotten Tomatoes: Movies

Armed with effortless charm and a disarming smile, actor Paul Rudd made his name on stage and screen in a number of notable projects, as well as cultivating an avid following as both a sensitive leading man and as a comic foil. While he became vaguely recognizable thanks to several prominent film and television roles - namely as Alicia Silverstone's know-it-all stepbrother in "Clueless" (1995), Phoebe's husband on "Friends" (NBC, 1994-2004), and Jennifer Aniston's gay best friend in the romantic comedy "The Object of My Affection" (1998) - Rudd eventually rode the Judd Apatow wave to stardom with a series of surprisingly successful comedies in which he was more often than not, the primary scene-stealer. His roles in "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" (2005), "Knocked Up" (2007), "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" (2008), "Role Models" (2008) and "I Love You, Man" (2009) established the versatile actor, who oscillated easily between comedy and drama both on screen and on stage, as a bona fide box-office force and a rising star. Because of his raised profile, Rudd was able to take bigger risks in less mainstream projects, as he did for "Dinner for Schmucks" (2010) and "Our Idiot Brother" (2011). He took a step back with a leading role in James L. Brooks' critically maligned romantic comedy "How Do You Know" (2010) and stepped into a producer's role for the low-budget "Wanderlust" (2011), and later became an unlikely superhero in the Marvel hit "Ant-Man" (2015). But regardless of his projects' success or lack thereof, moviegoers held great reserves of goodwill for the actor. No matter how big or small the project, Rudd became one of Hollywood's most popular and marketable stars. (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

Rudd Played Tommy Doyle in "halloween - the Curse of Michael Myers" (1995).

Synopsis: In the sixth installment of the "Halloween" franchise, Rudd played young Tommy Doyle, a man obsessed with the legacy of the Myers family who suddenly finds himself caring for the child of Michael Myers' estranged niece. (Source: www.insider.com)

Rudd Was a Black-Market Surgeon in "mute" (2018).

Synopsis: The futuristic science-fiction film "Mute" follows a mute bartender who ventures into Berlin's criminal underbelly in search of his lost love. Rudd played Cactus Bill, a black-market surgeon who hopes to leave the crime-infested city. (Source: www.insider.com)


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