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Stop snapping selfies and look up at the spectacular world around you. Zachary Levi and Sesame Street's Bert know that a day in the park doesn't need a filter. Below, take a walk with them on this lovely sunny day in the new video, 'Sesame Street Explores National Parks' produced in partnership with National Park Foundation.

Zachary Levi recently made his Broadway debut in the musical 'First Date.' He was last seen on NBC's hit show "Chuck." He was recently seen on the big screen in 2013 release of the Marvel film Thor: The Dark World in the role of Fandral the Dashing. He also recently appeared in feature films as the lead role opposite Mandy Moore in Disney's twist on its classic Rapunzel, entitled Tangled.

Additionally, Levi appeared in the 20th Century FOX film Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel which broke box office records in its Christmas 2009 release. Levi was also seen starring with Amber Tamblyn in the independent feature filmSpiral and in the franchise film Big Momma's House 2 with Martin Lawrence.

Levi appeared for four seasons of the hit ABC sitcom "Less than Perfect," as the quick-witted, scheming Kip Steadman. He also earned great reviews for his appearances on the hit shows, "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "The Division" and for his supporting role in the FX television movie Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie.

VIDEO: Zachary Levi & Sesame Street's Bert Urge Kids to Turn Off Social Media


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