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; born October 19, 1966) is an American actor, director, screenwriter, voice artist, and comedian.
He also served as an executive producer on The Avengers and Iron Man 3.His most prominent television role was that of Pete Becker, Monica Geller's boyfriend during season three of the television sitcom Friends.While in Chicago, Favreau landed his first film role alongside Sean Astin as the pudgy tutor D-Bob in the classic sleeper hit Rudy (1993).Favreau met Vince Vaughn – who played a small role in this film – during shooting.The next year, he appeared in the college film PCU alongside Jeremy Piven, and also stepped into the world of television in the 1994 episode of Seinfeld titled "The Fire" as Eric the Clown.He then moved to Los Angeles, where he made his breakthrough in 1996 as an actor-screenwriter with the film Swingers, which was also Vaughn's breakthrough role as the glib and extremely confident Trent Walker, a perfect foil to Favreau's heartbroken Mike Peters.
In 1997, he appeared on the popular TV sitcom Friends, portraying Pete Becker, whom Monica Geller dates for several episodes, and who competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
Favreau made appearances in the sketch-comedy series, Tracey Takes On... He rejoined Piven in 1998 as part of Very Bad Things (1998).
In 1999, he starred in the TV movie Rocky Marciano, based on the life of the only undefeated world heavyweight champion.
He later appeared in Love & Sex (2000), co-starring Famke Janssen.
Favreau appeared in 2000's The Replacements as maniacal linebacker Daniel Bateman, and that same year he played himself in The Sopranos episode "D-Girl", as a Hollywood director who feigns interest in developing mob associate Christopher Moltisanti's screenplay in order to collect material for his own screenplay.
He was a guest-director for an episode of the college dramedy Undeclared in 2001, and Favreau got some screen time as lawyer Foggy Nelson in the 2003 movie Daredevil (2003) (considerably more in the Director's Cut version).