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The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005) More at IMDbPro »The 40 Year Old Virgin (original title)

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The 40-Year-Old Virgin -- Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) has gone 40 years without "doing it."
The 40-Year-Old Virgin -- Goaded by his buddies, a nerdy guy who's never "done the deed" only finds the pressure mounting when he meets a single mother.
The 40-Year-Old Virgin -- Clip: Andy asks Trish out on a date
The 40-Year-Old Virgin -- Goaded by his buddies, a nerdy guy who's never "done the deed" only finds the pressure mounting when he meets a single mother.


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Writers (WGA):
Judd Apatow (written by) &
Steve Carell (written by)
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19 August 2005 (USA) See more »
A Comedy about the moments that touch us in ways we've never been touched before. See more »
Goaded by his buddies, a nerdy guy who's never "done the deed" only finds the pressure mounting when he meets a single mother. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Steve Carell ... Andy

Catherine Keener ... Trish

Paul Rudd ... David

Romany Malco ... Jay

Seth Rogen ... Cal

Elizabeth Banks ... Beth

Leslie Mann ... Nicky

Jane Lynch ... Paula

Gerry Bednob ... Mooj

Shelley Malil ... Haziz

Kat Dennings ... Marla

Jordan Masterson ... Mark

Chelsea Smith ... Julia

Jonah Hill ... eBay Customer

Erica Vittina Phillips ... Jill

Marika Dominczyk ... Bernadette

Mindy Kaling ... Amy

Mo Collins ... Gina

Gillian Vigman ... Woman at Speed Dating

Kimberly Page ... Woman at Speed Dating

Siena Goines ... Woman at Speed Dating

Charlie Hartsock ... Speed Dating MC

Nancy Carell ... Health Clinic Counselor (as Nancy Walls)

Cedric Yarbrough ... Dad at Health Clinic

David Koechner ... Dad at Health Clinic

Jeff Kahn ... Dad at Health Clinic
Nick Lashaway ... Boy at Health Clinic
Loren Berman ... Boy at Health Clinic
Julian Foster ... Boy at Health Clinic

Loudon Wainwright III ... Priest (as Loudon Wainwright)

Lee Weaver ... Joe
Gloria Helena Jones ... Sara

Jazzmun ... Prostitute
Miki Mia ... Waxing Lady
Denise Meyerson ... Robin
Shannon Bradley ... Bar Girl

Brianna Brown ... Bar Girl (as Brianna Lynn Brown)

Liz Carey ... Bar Girl (as Elizabeth Carey)

Elizabeth DeCicco ... Bar Girl

Hilary Shepard ... Bar Girl

Barret Swatek ... Bar Girl

Carla Gallo ... Toe-Sucking Girl
Michael Bierman ... 16 Year-Old Andy

Marisa Guterman ... Girl with Braces

Stormy Daniels ... Porn Star

Kevin Hart ... Smart Tech Customer

Wayne Federman ... Smart Tech Customer
Ron Marasco ... Smart Tech Customer
Joseph T. Mastrolia ... Smart Tech Customer

Kate Luyben ... Woman Buying Videotapes

Joe Nunez ... Man Buffing Floor (as Joseph A. Nuñez)

Matt McKane ... Motorist (as Matthew McKane)

Rose Abdoo ... Mother at Restaurant

Steve Bannos ... Father at Restaurant

Brooke Hamlin ... Daughter at Restaurant
Miyoko Shimosawa ... Waitress at Restaurant
Marilyn Dodds Frank ... Woman Who Bought Television
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Laura Bottrell ... College Girl (uncredited)

Ann Christine ... Kim (uncredited)

Jenna Fischer ... Woman #1 (uncredited)
Mandy Freund ... Speed Dater (uncredited)

Nicole Randall Johnson ... Speed Dater (uncredited)

Brandon Killham ... Young Andy (uncredited)

Sylvan De LaFeuille ... Club Patron (uncredited)

Stephanie Lemelin ... Woman #2 (uncredited)

Jamie Elle Mann ... Newswoman (uncredited)
Sarah McCann ... Cafe Girl (uncredited)

Leah McCormick ... Girl in Electronic Store (uncredited)

Suzy Nakamura ... Speed Dater (uncredited)

Samantha J. Reese ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Brittney Skye ... Porn Actress (uncredited)

Phyllis Smith ... Andy's Mother (uncredited)

Wyatt Smith ... Boy at Wedding (uncredited)

Kira Turnage ... Customer (uncredited)

Penny Vital ... Redhead (uncredited)
Christa Nicole Wells ... Shopping Girl (uncredited)

Christopher T. Wood ... Cop (uncredited)

Directed by
Judd Apatow 
Writing credits
Judd Apatow (written by) &
Steve Carell (written by)

Produced by
Judd Apatow .... producer
Steve Carell .... executive producer
Andrew Jay Cohen .... associate producer
Jon Poll .... executive producer
Shauna Robertson .... producer
Seth Rogen .... co-producer
Clayton Townsend .... producer
Original Music by
Lyle Workman 
Cinematography by
Jack N. Green (director of photography) (as Jack Green)
Film Editing by
Brent White 
Casting by
Marla Garlin 
Allison Jones 
Production Design by
Jackson De Govia 
Art Direction by
Tom Reta 
Set Decoration by
K.C. Fox 
Costume Design by
Debra McGuire 
Makeup Department
Felicity Bowring .... assistant makeup artist
Ann Pala .... key makeup artist (as Ann Pala Taylor)
Thomas Real .... key hair stylist
Kim Santantonio .... assistant hair stylist
Nancy Tong .... assistant hair stylist (as Nanxy Tong-Heater)
Gary Archer .... dental prosthetics (uncredited)
Corrina Duran .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Mike Mekash .... tattoo makeup artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Lisa Rodgers .... post-production supervisor
Clayton Townsend .... unit production manager
Gary R. Wordham .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Peter Dress .... second second assistant director (as Pete Dress)
Jessica Lowrey .... dga trainee
Rusty Mahmood .... second assistant director
Michele Panelli-Venetis .... first assistant director
Art Department
Richard Boris .... greens foreman
Larry Boyd .... set dresser
Dominick Bruno .... set dresser (as Dominick R. Bruno)
Susan A. Burig .... graphic designer
Lorrie Campbell .... set designer
Peggy Casey .... buyer
Mario D'Alfonso .... labor foreman
Cosmas A. Demetriou .... set designer
Dennis DeWaay .... construction coordinator (as Dennis De Waay)
Eric DeWaay .... gangboss (as Eric De Waay)
Amelia Drake .... on-set dresser
Jennifer Fleury .... on-set dresser
Andrew P. Flores .... stand-by painter (as Andy Flores)
Scott Garrett .... set dresser
Brad Good .... assistant property master (as Bradley Good)
Raymond C. Lopez .... plaster foreman
Sean Mannion .... property master
Sarah Emily Nelson .... art department coordinator
James F. Orendorff .... general foreman (as Jamie Orendorff)
Enrico Paronelli .... head painter
Christopher Schultz .... assistant property master (as Christopher A. Schultz)
Josh Sheppard .... storyboard artist
Lindsey Sjoberg .... art production assistant
Mike Virnig .... set dresser
Mark Woods .... leadman
Antonio Andraus .... set dresser (uncredited)
Michael Denering .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Ryan Patrick Kelly .... set dresser (uncredited)
Randy Morgan .... key scenic artist (uncredited)
Gary Stel .... propmaker (uncredited)
Jason Baldwin Stewart .... assistant food stylist (uncredited)
Marc Tantin .... welder (uncredited)
Sound Department
George H. Anderson .... supervising sound editor (as George Anderson)
Bill Burns .... adr assistant editor
Rich Coleman .... dubbing recordist
Thom 'Coach' Ehle .... sound consultant: Dolby (as Thom Ehle)
Tammy Fearing .... adr supervisor
Larry Kemp .... dialogue editor
Goro Koyama .... foley artist
Gregg Landaker .... sound re-recording mixer
David MacMillan .... sound mixer
Andy Malcolm .... foley artist
Anna Malkin .... foley recording assistant
Harrison D. Marsh .... boom operator (as Harrison Marsh)
Cindy Marty .... sound effects editor
Steve Maslow .... sound re-recording mixer
James Matheny .... dialogue editor
Brion Paccassi .... dubbing recordist
Kevin E. Patterson .... sound utility
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
Cherie Tamai .... first assistant sound editor
Don White .... foley recording mixer
Greg Zimmerman .... adr recordist
John Clavin .... sound engineer (uncredited)
Gregg Landaker .... supervising sound mixer (uncredited)
Stephen Muir .... foley recording assistant (uncredited)
Jeff Porrello .... boom operator (uncredited)
Abel Schiro .... sound utility (uncredited)
Special Effects by
William H. Schirmer .... special effects supervisor
Richard Stutsman .... special effects supervisor
Robert Calvert .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Ryan Beadle .... digital i/o (uncredited)
Steve Caldwell .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Dennis Dorney .... digital lineup (uncredited)
Michele Ferrone .... visual effects producer (uncredited)
R.J. Harbour .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Shaina Holmes .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Shaina Holmes .... digital coordinator (uncredited)
Nicholas Kim .... title designer (uncredited)
Lori C. Miller .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Mark Sawicki .... digital colorist (uncredited)
Amani Williams .... digital compositor (uncredited)
William H. Burton Jr. .... stunt player (as Billy Burton Jr.)
Eddy Donno .... stunt player
Tony Donno .... stunt player
Debbie Evans .... stunt player
Tim Gilbert .... stunt player
Greg Harris .... stunt player
Buddy Joe Hooker .... stunt coordinator
Gayle Hooker .... stunt player (as Gayle Sherman)
Jayme Jensen .... stunt player
Shawn Kautz .... stunt player
Ralph W. Odum .... stunt player (as Ralph Odum)
Chad Randall .... stunt player
Jimmy N. Roberts .... stunt player (as Jimmy Roberts)
Erik Stabenau .... stunt player
Michael Weis .... stunt player
Scott Wilder .... stunt player
Shawn Odum .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Jimmy N. Roberts .... stunt double: Steve Carell (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Kent Baker .... key rigging grip
Renzo Bartolotta .... rigging electric
Tony Blaszczyk .... rigging grip
Brad Boyer .... dolly grip
Dale Cole .... grip
Jerry C. Deats .... key grip
Brian Dennis .... rigging electric
Sean Devine .... dolly grip
Frank Dorowsky .... rigging gaffer
Robert Dudley .... rigging best boy grip
Dave Ellis .... rigging grip
Rod Farley .... grip (as Roderick G. Farley)
Megan Forste .... second assistant camera
Steven Frohardt .... rigging grip
Ray Garcia .... grip
Craig Garfield .... grip
Antonio V. Garrido .... grip (as Antonio Garrido)
Peter N. Green .... first assistant camera
Ryan Green .... camera operator
Suzanne Hanover .... still photographer
Steve House .... rigging grip
Jay M. Huntoon .... video assist/playback (as Jay Huntoon)
Frank R. Jimenez Jr. .... set lighting technician (as Frank Jimenez Jr.)
Jeffrey A. Johnson .... best boy grip (as Jeffrey Johnson)
Lawrence Karman .... camera operator
Lawrence Karman .... steadicam operator
Scott C. Keys .... best boy rigging electric (as Scott Keys)
Tucker Korte .... film loader (as Matthew Tucker Korte)
Stephen MacDougall .... second assistant camera
Mike Macias .... set lighting technician
Jon D. Morrison .... set lighting technician
Ron Provenzano .... set lighting technician
Chad Rivetti .... first assistant camera (as Chad L. Rivetti)
Jason Salonen .... set lighting technician (as Jason L. Salonen)
Ron Santoyo .... grip
David Thielhart .... best boy electric
Ira Toles .... 24 frame/video playback (as Ira D. Toles)
H. Mark Vuille .... chief lighting technician
Doug Wall .... grip (as Douglas L. Wall)
Tom Wholey .... set lighting technician
Michael D. Anderson .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Ben Bowling .... electrician (uncredited)
Jose Danner .... rigging grip (uncredited)
Christopher Dorowsky .... electrician (uncredited)
Christian J. Killingsworth .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Bill Marti .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Dan Ming .... additional assistant camera (uncredited)
Tony Olivieri .... additional first assistant camera (uncredited)
Raul Riveros .... additional film loader (uncredited)
Michael J. Schwartz .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Joshua D. Thatcher .... lighting programmer (uncredited)
Joseph D. Urbanczyk .... additional camera operator (uncredited)
Casting Department
Tracy Dixon .... extras casting: Casting Associates
Carol Grant .... extras casting: Casting Associates
Wendy Hoffman .... adr voice casting (as Wendy Hoffmann)
David Kramer .... extras casting: Casting Associates
Michelle Rejwan .... casting assistant
Terry L. Lamfers .... casting executive (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ashlyn Angel .... costume production assistant
Winifred Clements .... costume buyer
Jennifer Iizuka .... key set costumer
Joseph T. Mastrolia .... costume supervisor
Katrina Mastrolia .... costume supervisor
Michael A. Russell .... key set costumer
Editorial Department
Craig Alpert .... additional editor
Laura Behary .... assistant editor: film
Mellissa Bretherton .... additional editor (as Melissa Bretherton)
Nathan Bruner .... editorial production assistant
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter
Alex Hepburn .... first assistant editor: Avid
Michael Hofacre .... assistant editor: Avid
Dan Muscarella .... color timer
Ray Neapolitan .... first assistant editor: film
Cambric White .... editorial production assistant
Music Department
Julian Bratolyubov .... music preparation
Tom Calderaro .... orchestrator: songs
Bryan Carrigan .... scoring operator (as Brian Carrigan)
Joe Chicarelli .... music recording engineer (as Joe Chiccarelli)
Chris Fogel .... score mixer
Jonathan Karp .... music editor
Kathy Nelson .... executive in charge of music: Universal Pictures
Manish Raval .... music consultant
Tom Wolfe .... music consultant
George Doering .... musician (uncredited)
Julie Eidsvoog .... music preparation: songs (uncredited)
Bruce Fowler .... orchestrator (uncredited)
M.B. Gordy .... musician: percussion (uncredited)
Tim Rodier .... music preparation (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Tina L. Fortenberry .... transportation dispatcher
Ron Poniewaz Jr. .... transportation captain
Steve D. Weinmuller .... transportation coordinator (as Steve Weinmuller)
Tim Abbatoye .... transportation co-captain (uncredited)
Gina August .... driver (uncredited)
J. Armin Garza II .... driver: camera car (uncredited)
Other crew
Michael Betz .... assistant location manager
Ericka Bryce .... medic
Selena Carrillo .... assistant production coordinator (as Selena Pivac)
Russell Cowan .... assets
Andrew Epstein .... assistant: Mr. Apatow
Karen Faust .... second assistant accountant
Anne Fletcher .... choreographer
Meredith Humbracht .... production coordinator
Peter Jablonski .... office production assistant (as Pete Jablonski)
Fallon Johnson .... production assistant
Tammy Kalka .... medic
Nancy Karlin .... script supervisor
Alex Kivlen .... assistant location manager
John C. Kruize .... production accountant
Jason Kumalo .... set production assistant
Ernest H. Lauterio .... craft service
Sabrina LeBrun .... office production assistant
Carol McConnaughey .... unit publicist
David Mendoza .... key set production assistant
Mike Mittendorff .... assistant: Mr. Apatow (as Michael Mittendorf)
Cindy Nevins .... payroll accountant (as Cindy Nevins-Coon)
Brendan O'Brien .... assistant: Ms. Robertson
Randy Offer .... projectionist
Robert Paulsen .... key assistant location manager
Ron Pekkala .... rigging medic
Luis R. Quintero .... accounting clerk
Larry Ring .... location manager
Gail Rose .... post-production accountant (as Gail Rose Abrahamson)
Terence Rosemore .... production assistant
Michelle Schrauwers .... set production assistant
Lori Scowley .... first assistant accountant
Nancy A. Terriberry .... construction accountant
William S. Turchyn II .... craft service (as William Turchyn II)
Summer Valdes .... production secretary (as Summer Valdés)
Brad Warden .... assistant location manager
Zachary Woodlee .... assistant choreographer
Brook Worley .... assistant: Mr. Townsend
Natalie Alexander .... adr voice (uncredited)
Tracy Browne .... second assistant accountant (uncredited)
Brian Clark .... rigging medic (uncredited)
Guin Dill .... animal trainer (uncredited)
Adam Jordan .... background coordinator (uncredited)
Kevin Maier .... stand-in: Steve Carell (uncredited)
Myke Mansberger .... studio services manager (uncredited)
Jay May .... product placement (uncredited)
Stephanie A. Purdy .... animal trainer (uncredited)
Karly Rothenberg .... adr voice match (uncredited)
Kevin Roy .... additional production assistant (uncredited)
Mary C. Snyder .... title designer (uncredited)
Carlos Tower .... additional set production assistant (uncredited)
Matt Tulve .... production assistant (uncredited)
Mark Van Horne .... laboratory contact (uncredited)
Mark Burnett .... the filmmakers wish to thank
Perry Goldstein .... the filmmakers wish to thank
Michael McDonald .... the filmmakers wish to thank: you rock!
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The 40 Year Old Virgin" - USA (original title)
"The 40 Year-Old Virgin" - UK (imdb display title), USA (poster title)
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Rated R for pervasive sexual content, language and some drug use
116 min | Philippines:112 min (cut) | 133 min (unrated version)
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:16 | Australia:MA | Austria:16 | Brazil:16 | Canada:18A (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba) | Canada:14A (Nova Scotia/Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Chile:14 (extended version) | Czech Republic:15 | Finland:K-11 | Finland:K-15 (extended version) | Germany:12 | Iceland:14 | Iceland:16 (video rating) | Ireland:18 (DVD rating) | Ireland:16 (theatrical rating) | Japan:R-15 | Malaysia:(Banned) | Malta:16 | Netherlands:12 | New Zealand:R16 | Norway:15 | Philippines:R-13 | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:M18 (also unrated version) | South Korea:18 | Spain:18 | Sweden:Btl | Switzerland:14 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:14 (canton of Vaud) | Taiwan:R-12 | UK:15 | USA:R (certificate #41963)

Did You Know?

When Trish is helping Andy package up his toys for sale she mentions that "the only other person that has as many toys as you, is my friend Eric Gilliland". Eric, who is a real friend of Catherine Keener, was the head writer on the "Roseanne" (1988) show and has written and produced many others.See more »
Revealing mistakes: The calendar hanging on Andy's refrigerator has only six days in each week.See more »
[first lines]
Joe:Hey Andy! What's up, dude?
Andy Stitzer:Hey Joe. Hey Sara. How you doing?
Joe:When you gonna get a car?
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169 out of 310 people found the following review useful.
Prepare to blush as much as you laugh, 18 August 2005
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All right, here's the deal: if you're easily offended then you might want to stay far, far away from this one. There are some painfully funny moments in the movie, but I probably blushed about as much as I laughed. Actually, I probably blushed MORE than I laughed. And if I wasn't literally blushing on the outside, then I was blushing on the inside. If there is absolutely nothing in this movie that embarrasses you then you simply have no shame. Whether that's a badge of honor or not is in the eye of the beholder I suppose.

I will not deny that I laughed quite a bit, but this is a movie that I simply cannot give a blanket recommendation due to its subject matter. If I were to say, "This movie is hilarious, go check it out!" and some sweet, little old church-going lady heads to the theater and has a heart-attack during one of the graphically explicit sex situations, well, that's just something I don't need on my conscience.

So how raunchy is it? Hmm, try about 100 times worse than The Wedding Crashers. Honestly. My mom would've walked out during the first scene. I feel it's my duty to at least warn you of what to expect.

There is some cleverly intelligent comedy here, but that's what I come to expect from the man (Judd Apatow) who had a hand in both Freaks and Geeks and Undeclared. I'm all for making fun of Michael McDonald; the only man whose hair and beard are white enough to give Kenny Rogers a run for his money. Paul Rudd proclaiming, "If I hear Ya Mo Be There one more time I'll Ya Mo burn this place down," is hilarious, but it's one of those things that the majority of the audience won't appreciate.

And when we see a quick 3-second flashback of Steve Carrell singing along to Cameo's Word Up, I laughed for a good two minutes after the joke was over, whereas most everybody chuckled and then forgot about it.

Strangely enough, despite the raunch, there's an admirable moral to the story. The movie doesn't portray Carrell as some freaky loser just because he's a virgin. He's really portrayed as a likable, admirable character. Sure, he's a little weird. After all, he has a framed Asia poster, "more videogames than an Asian kid," and a toy collection that features the Million Dollar Man's BOSS, but we're never led to believe that there's actually anything wrong with the fact that he's a virgin. As odd as it may seem, there's a bit of an "it's OK to wait" message.

But man, oh man, please be warned that this pushes its R rating about as far as it can go. That was certainly Apatow's intention. According to him, he just let some of the guys (particularly Rogen and Malco) improv and talk the way they normally talk, all in an effort to find lots of new ways to be dirty. If you can handle that or talk that way yourself, then you'll love the movie.

I'm not a big fan of excessive profanity and sex jokes. I find that subtle, clever humor is much more entertaining than about 200 uses of the f-word or fratboy sex discussions. But that's me. Like I said, there are some absolutely hysterical moments here, but you have to ask yourself if they're worth sitting through one of the most vulgar movies you're likely to ever see at the theater. I just don't know how interested most women will be in what's discussed by men while playing poker. Honestly ladies, you might not want to know. If you've ever been curious why some girls think guys are gross, well, this gives you a good idea.

There you go - my humble, honest take on what to expect. Be that your guide. It definitely should not be seen with your Sunday School class, mama, grandmama, any family members of the opposite sex, children of any age, or anybody who is easily offended by excessive profanity or explicit sex discussion. If you'd see it with any of the above then you apparently do not have any concept of what it means to be uncomfortable.

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