I still think about how hakuna matata is a rip off of the beaten generation. Can someone agree with me please it’s been 23 yrs of arguing
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Christian Duguay


He moved to Los Angeles, California in 1992 and enrolled in film school at Cal State University Northridge, majoring in screenwriting. He performed with the improv comedy group Legitimate Freaks, and took classes at Groundlings Theater, where he was eventually elected to the Groundlings Main Company. In 2000 he also joined the cast on "MADtv" (1995).

He currently (2009) works as a producer, writer, and actor in Los Angeles, CA.



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