It’s Will Ferrell’s birthday on Monday and, to celebrate, we took a look back and found his 10 greatest movies of all time. These are truly can’t miss.
The 51-year-old actor got his big break when he landed a part on NBC’s late-night comedy sketch show “Saturday Night Live” in 1995. His impersonations of George W. Bush, sportscaster Harry Caray and Jeopardy’s Alex Trebek will forever be remembered.
After seven years he left “SNL” for a chance to make it on the big screen. He had a few supporting roles in a handful of movies. However, it was his part as Buddy the Elf in John Favreau’s surprise Christmas comedy hit aptly titled “Elf” that turned him into a worldwide celebrity.
Since that time, he has kept busy with one movie after another, making us laugh so hard we can hardly breath.
Picking the best 10 movies from his career proved to be challenging. But after taking a look at his Rotten Tomatoes scores and adding our own favorites, we came up with this list.
Of course, his part as a 70s news anchor in the 2004 comedy “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” made the cut. But check out the list to see if your favorites also were among the top 10 movies selected.
While it’s always tricky trying to make everyone happy, we are pretty sure even the biggest fans would have to agree that these go down as unforgettable movie moments.
Happy Birthday, Will!
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