A good friend of mine once told me, "Paul Rudd is like ice cream."  And he was not wrong.

Look at that freakin' beard.  Come on, man.

Look at that freakin' beard. Come on, man.

On April 6, 1969, one of the funniest men of our times was born.  And his name is Paul Rudd.  You probably know him from his roles in movies like Anchorman and The 40 Year-Old Virgin.  My personal favorite of his is probably Role Models.  But here's an interesting thing about Paul Rudd: (And actually about the whole cohort to which he belongs) he's literally been in everything.  

Remember Clueless?  (Lol, of course you do.)  He was Josh!

Step-brother/bf?  The 90s were weird, you guys.

Step-brother/bf? The 90s were weird, you guys.

Leo DiCaprio may have had the starring role in Romeo + Juliet, but Paul Rudd was there too!  As Paris!

Yes.  The man who brought you I Love You, Man is a Shakespearean actor.

Yes. The man who brought you I Love You, Man is a Shakespearean actor.

Wet Hot American Summer?  Don't pretend you don't love it.  And Paul's character Andy kind of makes the film.

Oh man, jean jackets, you guys.

Oh man, jean jackets, you guys.

Oh hey, remember when he was Phoebe's husband Mike on Friends?  Yeah, that's real life.

That's a project, right there.  And her name is Phoebe Buffay.

That's a project, right there. And her name is Phoebe Buffay.

Basically what I'm saying is that if you like anything in television or film from the past, like, 20+ years, Paul Rudd (apparently) most likely had something to do with it because he rocks.  Did I mention he's also a writer/director/producer or that he's hosted SNL 3 times?  Well I was trying to avoid making people's heads explode.  Oh well.

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