Paul Rudd is happy to have a job — any job

 

They are two very different, but equally impressive resumes.

One lists the credits of a serious stage actor, who trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, made his London debut in "Long Day's Journey Into Night" and originated the leads in such Neil LaBute plays as "The Shape of Things" and "Bash."

"I'm lucky to have worked with a lot of other good actors," says LaBute, whose new "Reasons to be Pretty" just debuted on Broadway. "But he could have done 'Fat Pig.' He could have done 'In the Company of Men.' He is really sort of the prototype for me."

The other resume sums up the accomplishments of a gifted Hollywood comedian, whose movie career -- "Clueless," "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," "Knocked Up," "Role Models" -- pretty much reads like a list of the funniest hits of the last ten or so years.

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