Michael Cera Biography/Family Bay Grand

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Real name: Michael Austin Sierra is a Canadian actor and musician. Michael Sierra was born in Ontario. He began his career as a child actor, starring as Brother Beer in the children’s television show The Bernstein Bears, and portrayed a young Chuck Bars in recognition of a dangerous mind. ۔

Michael Austin’s Family Bay Grand

Her parents worked and met, where they began their relationship, which eventually led to marriage and three children: eldest daughter Jordan, son Michael and young Molly. Her mother, Linda, is from Quebec, of English, Irish, Scottish, and Dutch descent, and her father, Luigi Sierra, is Italian (from Sicily). Michael is a middle child between two sisters. He attended Conestoga Public School, Robert H. Leger Quest Senior Public School, and Heart Lake Secondary School until the ninth grade. Michael then completed his high school education through communication.

Michael Cera Married Nadine

According to US Weekly, Michael married Nadine last year. It turned out that the couple was seen wearing a wedding ring at the time. Little is known about the actor’s love life, Nadine was his girlfriend, and he later married in 2018.

Overview

Born June 7, 1988 

in Brampton, Ontario, Canada

Birth Name Michael Austin Cera
Nickname Mike
Height 5′ 9″ (1.75 m)
Family 
Parents Cera, Linda
Cera, Luigi
Sister Jordan Cera

Molly Cera

Wife Nadine
 

CAREER

In the mid-2000, Michael teamed up with his best friend, actor Clark Duke, to create a collection of short and funny videos. This aspect of Michael’s personality went unnoticed. Signed, he became a screenwriter, producer, and actor in his comedy shows Clark and Michael.

In 2003, Michael got a role that would change his life forever. The Sitcom Arrested Development plot revolves around the Blotch family, which is on the verge of bankruptcy. Sierra photographed a family member, a frivolous teenager. The TV show was critically acclaimed but closed after three seasons. Renewed for one season of the TV show in 2013. Season 5 aired in 2018 only.

From 2008 to 2016, Sierra starred in the dark comedy TV show Children’s Hospital. Michael voiced a line in each episode, photographing an employee who made announcements on the intercom. The actor himself appeared in only one episode – he played the role of a man who is not old.
In 2009, his relationship with actress Charlene Yi was rumored, and he came up with the idea of making a pseudo-documentary about their relationship called Paper Heart. The amateur film grossed over 2 1.2 million at the box office.

Michael Cera Movies and Tv Shows

In early 2010, the actor also tried his hand at the Sydney Opera House. He spent two weeks playing it in our youth with his partner Karen Cullen and the talented writer Tavi Swenson. Following this play was brought to Broadway, where it successfully ran for about half a year.

In 2020, Michael starred in the comedy Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game. That same year, he starred in the series “Medical Police.” The premiere of the cartoon “Blessing Samurai” is scheduled for 2021, where Michael will voice one of the characters. Scott Pilgrim vs. World Un-Reunion Table Red Video Doesn’t Play In 2020, the acclaimed film Scott Pilgrim vs. Actors from around the world who made Michael famous took part in a group video chat to please the fans. Anna Kendrick, Chris Evans, Kiran Culken, and other movie stars took part in the call, which took place on the occasion of the film’s 10th anniversary.

Michael Cera Movies List

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Frequency Gordy Hersch Jr. (Age 10)
Steal This Movie! america Hoffman (Age 7–8)
Ultimate G’s: Zac’s Flying Dream Young Zac
2002 Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Chuck Barris (Age 8–11)
2007 Superbad Evan
Juno Paulie Bleeker
2008 Extreme Movie Fred
Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist Nick O’Leary
2009 Paper Heart Himself
Year One Oh
Youth in Revolt Nick Twisp / François Dillinger
2010 Scott Pilgrim vs. the Animation Scott Pilgrim Short film; voice
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
2012 The End of Love Michael
The Immigrant Michael Short film
2013 Crystal Fairy & the Magical Cactus Jamie
Magic Magic Brink Also executive producer
Brazzaville Teen-Ager Gunther Short film; also director and writer
Failure Man Short film; also director and writer
This Is the End Himself
Gregory Go Boom Gregory Short film
Bitch Himself Short film; also director and writer
2014 Hits Bennie
2015 Entertainment Tommy
That Dog Tim Short film
A Very Murray Christmas Jackie the Talent Agent
2016 Sausage Party Barry Voice
Man Rots from the Head Sydney Ward Short film
2017 Person to Person Phil
Lemon Alex
The Lego Batman Movie Richard “Dick” Grayson / Robin Voice
How to Be a Latin Lover Remy
Cooking with Alfred Richard “Dick” Grayson / Robin (voice) Short film
Molly’s Game Player X
2018 Tyrel Alan
Spivak Robby LeBeau
Gloria Bell Peter
2019 Between Two Ferns: The Movie Himself
2021 Cryptozoo Matthew (voice)
TBA Blazing Samurai Hank Post-production

Michael Cera Television Shows

1999 Twice in a Lifetime Skateboarder #2 Episode: “The Blame Game”
1999–2001 I Was a Sixth Grade Alien Larrabe Hicks 44 episodes
1999 Noddy Butch Episode: “Big Bullies”
Switching Goals Taylor Television film
What Katy Did Dorry Television film
2000 La Femme Nikita Jerome Episode: “He Came from Four”
2000 Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series Benjamin Episode: “The Best Partner”
2001 George Shrinks Cadwell Boy Episode: “Speed Shrinks”
2001 Doc Max 2 episodes
2001–2004 Braceface Josh Spitz Voice; 40 episodes
2001 Doc Max 2 episodes
The Ripping Friends Boy Boy/Young Boy Voice; 2 episodes
Stolen Miracle Brandon McKinley Television film
My Louisiana Sky Jesse Wade Thompson Television film
The Familiar Stranger Young Ted Welsh Television film
Walter and Henry Crying Kid Television film
2003–2004 The Berenstain Bears Brother Bear Voice; 40 episodes
2003 Rolie Polie Olie Little Gizmo Voice; 4 episodes
Pecola Robbie Rabbit Voice; 26 episodes
2003–2006 Arrested Development George Michael Bluth 80 episodes
2005 Wayside Todd Voice; Episode: “Pilot”
2006 Veronica Mars Dean Rudolph Episode: “The Rapes of Graff”
Tom Goes to the Mayor Scrotch Voice; Episode: “Undercover”
2007 Clark and Michael Mikey Cera Also co-creator, director, writer and producer
Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! Jamie Stevens Episode: “Cats”
2008–2016 Childrens Hospital Sal Viscuso Voice; 63 episodes

Television Shows

2012 The Simpsons Nick Voice; Episode: “The Daughter Also Rises”
2012, 2015 Comedy Bang! Bang! Himself 2 episodes
2013 Arcade Fire in Here Comes the Night Time Spanish Bartender Television special
Burning Love Wally 6 episodes
2013–2016 Drunk History Various 3 episodes
2014 Saturday Night Live Surrogate Episode: “Jonah Hill/Bastille”
How and Why Mendelsohn Pilot
2015 Louie Young Man Episode: “Sleepover”
Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp Jim Stansel 3 episodes
2017 Twin Peaks Wally “Brando” Brennan Episode: “Part 4”
2018 The Shivering Truth Delmer Voice; Episode: “Chaos Beknownst”
2019 Weird City Tawny Episode: “A Family”
2020 Medical Police Sal Viscuso 3 episodes
2020 At Home with Amy Sedaris Travis Episode: “Valentine’s Day”

Stage Show

Year Title Role Theatre
2012 This Is Our Youth Warren Straub Sydney Opera House
2014 Steppenwolf Theatre
2018 Lobby Hero Jeff Helen Hayes Theatre
The Waverly Gallery Don Bowman John Golden Theatre

Happy Diwali /Deepavali 2021

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