Canadian actor Michael Cera’s career is pretty interesting to examine, because you can pinpoint the exact moment that he became a star. Cera began acting in commercials at a young age, and got his first television role on the TV show I Was a Sixth Grade Alien in 1999. He played small parts in TV shows such as Noddy, Real Kids, Real Adventures, Doc, Braceface, and The Berenstain Bears, and had roles in the films Steal This Movie and Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. In 2003 he was cast as George-Michael Bluth on the series Arrested Development, and his career just took off after that, with Cera starring in films like Superbad, Juno, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, Year One, Youth in Revolt, and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. He’s played roles on Childrens Hospital and The Simpsons, and is set to reprise his role as George-Michael Bluth in an upcoming film adaptation of Arrested Development. He’s even had a meme dedicated to him – just look up “Prancing Michael Cera”! Michael Cera is in lesbians with you. He turns 24 today.