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The Truman Show was a commercial success also, earning 4 million worldwide against a budget of million.
That same year, Carrey appeared as a fictionalized version of himself on the final episode of Garry Shandling's The Larry Sanders Show, in which he deliberately ripped into Shandling's character.
It was a huge box-office success, earning 2 million worldwide in addition to breaking records, with a million opening weekend.
Carrey earned million for his next film, The Cable Guy (1996).
Directed by Ben Stiller, the film was a satirical black comedy, in which Carrey played a lonely, menacing cable TV installer who infiltrates the life of one of his customers (played by Matthew Broderick).
The role was a departure from the "hapless, hyper, overconfident" characters he had been known for.
In a short period of time, he went from open-mic nights to regular paid shows, building his reputation in the process.
Despite his increasing popularity as a stand-up comic, Carrey turned his attention to the film and television industries, auditioning to be a cast member for the 1980–81 season of NBC's Saturday Night Live.
Carrey was not selected for the position, although he later hosted the show in May 1996, January 2011, and October 2014.
I'm probably one of those dudes that's really secure in my relationship."Nick recently surprised his wife with some butterfly bling for her birthday (or anniversary, as she likes to call it), which she naturally showed off on Twitter.
Carrey first gained recognition in America in 1990 after landing a recurring role in the sketch comedy television series In Living Color.