Will Arnett is a Canadian actor, comedian, and producer. He is one of the most talented actors and has carved out a niche for himself in films and television. Arnett was bit by the acting bug early in his life. Subsequently, he was encouraged by his mother to pursue a career in acting and thus started his acting career at an early age. He made his film debut in 1996 when he played ‘Dave’ in the movie ‘Close Up.’ He then made his TV debut and started acting in series like ‘Sex and the City’ and ‘The Mike O'Malley Show,’ with the latter turning out to be his big breakthrough. However, with the discontinuation of the television series, he became frustrated. It was while trying to bring his career back on track that he landed the lead role in the television series ‘Arrested Development.’ The role not only established him as an actor, but also made him a household name. Thereafter, he was cast in lead roles in various TV shows, including ‘Freak Show,’ ‘Sit Down, Shut Up,’ ‘Running Wilde,’ ‘The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret,’ ‘Up All Night,’ and ‘The Millers.’ He also landed prominent roles in several feature films, such as ‘Let's Go to Prison,’ ‘Blades of Glory,’ ‘The Brothers Solomon,’ and ‘Show Dogs.’ Arnett has also lent his voice for commercials, animated films, television cartoons, and video games.