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Ed Helms is best known for his scene-stealing roles on both the big and small screen. Helms most recently launched his production company, Pacific Electric Picture, Co. with Universal TV. In addition to Helms involvement, Mike Falbo is on board as Executive Vice President of Produciton and Development. Helms can currently be seen in the YAHOO! web series Tiny Commado which he created, produced and stars in. Others in the series include Zachary Levi and Gillian Jacobs. Next on the big screen, Helms will be seen in the Joe Carnahan directed comedy thriller Stretch opposite Chris Pine and Jessica Alba. Universal is set release the film March 21, 2014. Also upcoming, Helms will be seen in David Wain's They Came Together co-starring Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler. Lionsgate has not set a release date. This past summer Helms was seen as the over-the-top drug lord in the summer hit We're The Millers with Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis. Helms also reprised his role of "Stu" in the third installment of The Hangover, where he starred opposite Bradley Cooper and Zach Galifianakis. The first two Hangover films have grossed over $1 billion worldwide and won the 2010 Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Comedy or Musical. On television, Helms starred in the scene-stealing role of Andy Bernard in NBC's hit comedy The Office. His other television credits include a four-year stint as a Senior Correspondent and writer on the Emmy AwardÂ®-winning The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, Comedy Central's Premium Blend and Fox's Arrested Development. Additional film credits include The Lorax based on the famous Dr. Seuss children's book, the Duplass brothers' Jeff, Who Lives At Home, Miguel Arteta's Cedar Rapids, Shawn Levy's Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, The Goods, Semi-Pro, Knocked Up, Meet Dave, Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay, Walk Hard, and Evan Almighty. Born and raised in Atlanta, GA, Helms headed to New York City to pursue comedy shortly after attending Oberlin College in Ohio. He now resides in Los Angeles and plays a mean banjo.