Will Ferrell got his start at the legendary improv company The Groundlings after a less-than-successful attempt at stand-up, and an even less successful attempt at professional boogie boarding. At The Groundlings, he learned to love improv (and hate shirts). From there he was asked to audition for SNL, which he joined in 1995 and left in 2002. He has starred and written many movies over the years that have received critical acclaim and box office success, but by far his most important professional venture came in 2007 when he started Funny Or Die with writing partner Adam McKay.
The cast reunited this weekend for a live table read of the 2004 movie
The costume changes alone made me WHEEZE
Viveca is a lucky lady
Last weekend Will played — and totally nailed — both sides of the political aisle
Who else could go for a bowl of spaghetti and maple syrup right now
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