Arnett's big breakthrough came with easily his most iconic role as Gob Bluth in the cult comedy series "Arrested Development".
The eldest sibling of the Bluth clan, Gob had an affinity for illusions, Segways and the song "The Final Countdown".
One of the most surprising shows of the last decade was Netflix's animated comedy about a washed up Hollywood star, who just happens to be a horse voiced by Arnett.
Hilariously funny, "BoJack Horseman" has also won acclaim for its affecting depiction of mental health and addiction struggles.
'The LEGO Batman Movie'
Will Arnett may not fit everyone's idea of a superhero, but he did bring us the funniest take on Batman ever.
After voicing billionaire hero in "The LEGO Movie", Arnett got the spotlight in the goofy and hilarious "The LEGO Batman Movie".
Arnett created and starred in the Netflix series "Flaked", in which he played struggling self-help guru Chip Elavsky, barely holding on in California.
'Blades Of Glory'
Arnett made a memorable showing on the ice as figure skater Stranz Van Waldenberg in "Blades of Glory", who together with Amy Poehler's Fairchild Van Waldenberg kidnap Will Ferrell and Jon Heder's Chazz and Jimmy to keep them out of the competition.
Arnett starred as local TV news reporter Nathan Miller, who gets the hilariously unfortunate surprise of having his mom move in with him, while his dad moves in with his sister, driving the whole family more than a little crazy.
'Up All Night'
Arnett played a supportive stay-at-home dad married to a talk show producer played by Christina Applegate in the two-season sitcom "Up All Night".
Re-teaming with the creator of "Arrested Development", Arnett starred alongside Keri Russell in the short-lived, kooky comedy
Arnett played Steve Wilde, the bachelor heir to an oil fortune, who attempts to win the love for his childhood sweetheart, an environmentalist played by Russell.
'Monsters Vs. Aliens'
Arnett gave voice to The Missing Link In the Dreamworks hit animated film "Monsters vs. Aliens", teaming up with a cast of memorable characters to save the world from alien invasions.
'The Brothers Solomon'
Arnett and Will Forte starred in the 2007 comedy "The Brothers Solomon" as a pair of brothers who find a woman on Craigslist to have a baby for them.