Michael Cera Biography, Age, Height, Family, & Net Worth
Michael Austin Cera is a Canadian actor and musician born on June 7, 1988. He began his career as a child actor, portraying a young Chuck Barris in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind and voicing Brother Bear on the children’s television show The Berenstain Bears (2002).
Early Life of Michael Cera
Cera was born in Brampton, Ontario, in 1988. Linda (née Cockman) and Luigi Cera, a technician, are his parents. His father is of Sicilian (Italian) descent, while his mother is Irish, Dutch, Scottish, and English. Both of his parents worked at Xerox. Cera has a younger sister, Molly, and an elder sister, Jordan. When he was three years old, he was afflicted with chickenpox and watched Ghostbusters repeatedly.
This piqued his interest in acting. Bill Murray was his idol, and he remembered all of the lines. To learn improvisation, he enrolled in classes at The Second City, Toronto. His education was completed online until grade 12, after he began performing.
Career of Michael Cera
Cera’s first acting gig was for a Tim Horton’s commercial, which she did for free. His character didn’t have any lines of conversation. Soon after, Michael and his mother set out to try out for almost two hundred ads, but none of them panned out.
Cera then began appearing in Canadian and American television series. His first big break came with the Emmy-winning animated series “Rollie, Pollie Olie.”
Cera’s big break came in the television series “Arrested Development,” which went on to become a cult favorite and win many Emmy awards.
He has also done voice work for PBS and FOX/ABC productions. At the age of twelve, Cera had his big break when he landed a regular part in the comedy series “I Was a Sixth Grade Alien.” Soon after, he began working on bigger and bigger parts, such as the son of the lead actor in “Steal This Movie” and the sci-fi film “Frequency.”
The story revolves around a dysfunctional family that must maintain a family company.
His part in George Clooney’s “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” helped launch him into the mainstream as well.
Cera and Jonah Hill joined together for “Superbad,” a comedy about a couple of teens who can’t seem to get any females, after “Arrested Development” was canceled. Cera’s most well-received work was the smash film “Juno,” where he impregnates his closest friend. Cera was nominated for the Canadian Comedy Award after grossing a stunning $200 million.
Personal Life of Michael Cera
The “Molly’s Game” star was seen in Brooklyn, New York, wearing a gold wedding band and smiling with his new wife. The Superbad actor and his now-wife had kept their romance secret, with little information about when they first started dating or married.
According to what is known, Cera began wearing the wedding band in January 2017. Although Cera keeps his personal life secret, his “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” co-star Aubrey Plaza revealed in November 2016 that the two were on the brink of marriage after dating for more than a year.
Net Worth of Michael Cera
The net worth of Canadian actor Michael Cera is $20 million. He has accumulated this sum due to his prominent involvement in the entertainment business.
Physical Appearance of Michael Cera
|Eye Color of Michael Cera||Black|
|Hair Color of Michael Cera||Black|
|Height of Michael Cera||5′ 9 inches|