Funny guy Jason Segel stars in the new release 'Sex Tape' with Cameron Diaz. If his previous movies are any indication, his latest should be good for a laugh. Here are some of his more notable acting roles.
This Is The End (2013)
This end-of-the-world comedy was directed and cowritten by Seth Rogen and features Segel in an uncredited role, playing himself.
This is 40 (2012)
Segel plays Leslie Mann's personal trainer and Bodies by Jason owner in this Judd Apatow comedy.
How I Met Your Mother (2005-2014)
In this long-running sitcom, Segel played Marshall Erikson, who was lucky enough to fall in love and marry Willow from "Buffy."
The Five-Year Engagement (2012)
This engaging romantic comedy not only starred Segel, but he cowrote it as well.
The Muppets (2011)
A huge fan of the Muppets, Segel pitched their return to the big screen. He cowrote and starred in the feature, alongside such iconic talents as Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog.
Jeff, Who Lives at Home (2011)
Segel plays Jeff, who, you guessed it, lives at home. With his mother. In her basement. Stay classy, Jeff.
Friends With Benefits (2011)
In another uncredited role, Segel utters this oft-quoted line to his beloved: "I guess New York is out of blueberries."
Bad Teacher (2011)
Segel actually plays a good teacher, a gym coach who's hot for Cameron Diaz.
Gulliver's Travels (2010)
In real life, Segel is 6' 4", but in this feature based on the classic book, he gets to play against type as a tiny Lilliputian.
Despicable Me (2010)
Segel voices Vector, the ultimate nerd villain with a Squid Launcher, who tries to outdo Gru for the honor of Most Despicable.
I Love You, Man (2009)
This bromantic comedy stars Segel and Paul Rudd as two dudes who start in a relationship of convenience (Rudd needs a best man for his wedding) and wind up realizing that they love each other, as best buds.
Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008)
Segel wrote and starred in this comedy, where he plays a man having a hard time getting over his ex, Sarah Marshall. That is until Mila Kunis comes along, and then it's like, "whatever."
Knocked Up (2007)
While appearing in both this comedy and its quasi-sequel 'This Is 40,' Segel plays a different character in director Judd Apatow's follow-up.
Playing a recurring character, Segel starred alongside such relative newbies as Seth Rogen, Charlie Hunnam and Jay Baruchel in this Judd Apatow-created sitcom.
Freaks and Geeks (1999-2000)
In this critically acclaimed series, Segel played a freak, starring with such up-and-coming talent as James Franco, Linda Cardellini and Busy Phillips.