Mike White

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In the new movie  Brad's Status , Ben Stiller plays Brad, a middle-aged dad who lives a middle-class life in Sacramento with his wife, and teen-aged son, Troy.

Mike White on 'Brad's Status'

In the new movie Brad's Status , Ben Stiller plays Brad, a middle-aged dad who lives a middle-class life in Sacramento with his wife, and teen-aged son, Troy.

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Long time filmmaking collaborators Miguel Arteta and Mike White visit The Treatment to discuss the social commentary in Beatriz at Dinner.

Miguel Arteta and Mike White: Beatriz at Dinner

Long time filmmaking collaborators Miguel Arteta and Mike White visit The Treatment to discuss the social commentary in Beatriz at Dinner.

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