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Dale

played by Clark Duke

character

Dale's put away the Confederate flag and broadened his mind a lot: He's way less judgmental and, until recently, his two beffies were both Greeks. The one he's still tight with is even gay. And Dale's in a book club with ... Cappie? Yep. That's a lot of progress for a purity pledging, Bible thumping Greek hater. Dale's had his own version of the Fall, thanks in part to landlady Sheila. And while you'd think that might have made him more tolerant of others, he's actually become way more competitive academically with roomie and former bestie Rusty. Will these two ever make up?

actor

Hot Springs, Arkansas, native Clark is a co creator of the web comedy series "Clark and Michael," which he wrote, directed, produced, and starred in alongside his friend and comedy partner, Michael Cera. This series, which lampooned the characters' efforts to write and sell a TV show, made several "Best of" lists in 2007, including Time, Entertainment Weekly, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and others. "Clark and Michael" remains hugely popular and has established Clark as a creative force to be reckoned with.

Clark currently voices multiple characters on Seth Green's hit Adult Swim animated series, "Robot Chicken." In 2008, he starred in the feature comedy "Sex Drive," and you can look for him this year in the following comedies: "A Thousand Words" (with Eddie Murphy), "Kick Ass" (with Nicolas Cage), and the John Cusack starring "Hot Tub Time Machine" (none of these is rated yet).