Ben Stiller is an American comedian, actor, writer, director, producer, and musician. He is best known for playing ‘Larry Daley’ in Shawn Levy's ‘Night at the Museum’ trilogy. Ben is one of the few bankable actors who can pull off comic roles with ease. His movies have raked in over $2.6 billion in the United States and Canada, with an average of $79 million per movie. After starting his career as an actor, he went on to write several mockumentaries, before producing and hosting his own show titled ‘The Ben Stiller Show.’ He made his directorial debut in 1994 when he directed the romantic comedy-drama film ‘Reality Bites.’ Ben often impersonates performers, such as David Blaine, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Cruise, and Bono. He has cited comedians like Jimmie Walker, George Carlin, and Robert Klein as his inspiration. Over the years, Ben has received several prestigious awards, including an ‘Emmy Award’ for his sketch comedy TV series ‘The Ben Stiller Show.’ He is an active supporter of various charities like the ‘Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.’ In 2018, UNHCR appointed him as its goodwill ambassador.