What Happened to Michael Cera?

Michael Cera was born in Brampton, Ontario, in 1988.

His mother, Linda Cera, has Irish, Dutch, Scottish, and English descent whereas his dad, Luigi Cera, was from Italy.

He gained an interest in acting after seeing Ghostbusters several times when he suffered from chicken pox.

He memorized the script and loved Bill Murray.

He took improvisation lessons in The Second City, Toronto. 

Let us look at what happened to him.

He started acting while still a child when he voiced Brother Bear on The Berenstain Bears.

He also performed in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind as Chuck Barris in 2002.

The star has acted in various roles in film and television productions.

On the show Arrested Development which aired in different periods between 2003 and 2019, he acted as George Michael Bluth.

In 2007, he acted in Superbad as Evan and then as Juno in Paulie Bleeker.

In 2010, he acted in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, where he was the main character.

He also acted as a fictional version of himself in This Is The End which premiered in 2013.

He also did a couple of voices, including Robin/Dick Grayson in The Lego Batman Movie, premiered in 2017.

In 2016, he voiced Barry in Sausage Party, and in Children’s Hospital, he voiced Sal Viscuso. 

The star made his Broadway debut with This Is Our Youth in 2014.

For his performance in the production of Lobby Hero, he was nominated for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play.

The star is also into music.

He released his first album in 2014.

The title was True That, and he went on to work as a touring bassist for the rock group Mister Heavenly. 

Since 2017, the Star Has Been Very Busy

The star had a busy year in 2017 since he was involved in five movies. 

Aside from voicing Robin in The Lego Batman Movie, he acted as a sleazy salesperson in How to Be a Latin Lover.

He also co-starred in the Janicza Bravo comedy-drama Lemon.

He acted as an actor who was described as “having a wedge of hair that makes him look like Frédéric Chopin crossed with Eraserhead,” by Owen Gleiberman. 

In Person to Person, he co-starred with Abbi Jacobson.

The movie was about the different struggles different people go through in a single day in New York.

Jacobson and Cera acted as crime reporters looking into a possible murder. 

He closed the year with a role in Molly’s Game, in which he acted as Player X, who engages in underground poker rings operated by Molly Bloom.

Many claimed Player X was Tobey Maguire since there was a lawsuit he was mentioned that involved Molly Bloom. 

He Has an Upcoming Project

Since he is a fan of David Lynch, the actor was included in Twin Peak’s revival in 2017 in its fourth episode.

He acted as Wally “Brando” Brennan.

His role had many references to actor Marlon Brando’s work. 

The character also shared the same birthday and name. 

In Kenneth Lonergan’s Lobby Hero, Cera performed at the Helen Hayes Theater.

He worked alongside Bel Powley, Chris Evans, and Brian Tyree Henry.

While appearing for the third time in Kenneth Lonergan’s production The Waverly Gallery in 2018 at the John Golden Theater on Broadway, he performed alongside Lucas Hedges, Elaine May, and Joan Allen. 

The actor was in the drama Gloria Bell which premiered in 2018.

He acted alongside Julianne Moore, who was the main character.

In 2021, he lent his voice to the animation movie Cryptozoo. 

The actor’s upcoming projects include Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank, which focuses on a dog that seeks to become a samurai.