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BEN FALCONE (Director / Writer / Producer) made his directorial debut in 2014 with the feature film "Tammy," which he wrote and starred in alongside real-life wife Melissa McCarthy. Falcone and McCarthy are set to begin production soon on "Super-Intelligence," through their On the Day Productions banner. "The Boss" was Falcone's most recently released directorial effort, which he wrote and produced with McCarthy.

Falcone was last seen in the feature film "Enough Said," alongside James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, for director Nicole Holofcener, and in Jason Bateman's directorial debut, "Bad Words." Falcone also guest starred on FOX's comedy hit "New Girl" and, most recently, the television series "Nobodies," which he executive produces along with McCarthy. His additional feature film credits include "The Heat," "Identity Thief," "Spy" and "What to Expect When You're Expecting."

Falcone's comedy chops were revealed to the world in 2011 with the wildly successful film "Bridesmaids." A working actor and Groundlings alum, his hilarious portrayal of Air Marshall Jon brought him from comedy community favorite to recognizable heavy hitter. Falcone resides in Los Angeles.


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