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In 1998, Myers played one of his rare non-comedic roles in the film 54: Steve Rubell, proprietor of New York City's famous Studio 54, a 1970s discotheque.
The film was moderately successful, and Myers's performance was widely praised.
After graduating from high school, Myers was accepted into the Second City Canadian touring company.
He later moved to the United Kingdom, where in 1985 he was one of the founding members of The Comedy Store Players, an improvisational group based at The Comedy Store in London.
The next year, he starred in the British children's TV program Wide Awake Club, parodying the show's normal exuberance with his own "Sound Asleep Club", in partnership with Neil Mullarkey.
He returned to Toronto and Second City in 1986 as a cast member in the Second City's Toronto main stage show, Second City Theatre.
Myers played both the title role (Austin Powers) and the villain (Dr.
Evil), as well as other characters, in all three Austin Powers films.
During a CBS interview in 2007, he noted that he normally takes three years between films.
in Scarborough, a suburban district in the east side of Toronto, Ontario.
He is the son of English-born parents Eric Myers (1922–1991), an insurance agent, and his wife, Alice E.
In 1988, he moved from Second City in Toronto to Chicago.
In Chicago, he trained, performed, and taught at the Improv Olympic.
In 2008, Myers co-wrote, co-produced and starred in The Love Guru.