Creator / Brendan Fraser
"All you have to do is just believe in what's there; then, the audience will, too."

Brendan James Fraser (born December 3, 1968) is a Canadian-American actor known for his goofy or big-budget roles. Starred in The Mummy Trilogy, the live action George of the Jungle remake, along with the similar Dudley Do-Right remake, Blast from the Past, Looney Tunes: Back in Action, Airheads, the 2008 Journey to the Center of the Earth, Furry Vengeance, Encino Man, and many other silly or high-budget pictures. However, he's also been in some lesser known (and serious!) films such as Gods and Monsters, The Air I Breathe, The Quiet American and School Ties. (Between the two extremes lie films like Inkheart and Monkeybone, and his role as Ben Sullivan on Scrubs.)

Despite having so many more silly roles than serious, he is quite a talented actor, Ian McKellen once remarking that he wished to one day be as good an actor as Fraser. However, Fraser seems to be content to star in big budget productions, sometimes seeming to prefer them over 'serious' pictures. His surname is pronounced with an 'S' sound, not like Frasier. He speaks French fluently (as you can see in Blast from the Past). Mo from The Inkworld Trilogy was based off him in physicality, which later caused him to be cast as that character in The Film of the Book.