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Pictures of Steve Carell through the years, from member of the 'The Daily Show' on Comedy Central to 'The Office' and his many film adventures.
Steve Carell is best known today for his long-running stint in The Office but he first came to the public’s attention as a correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart on Comedy Central back in 1999.
But it didn’t all start there. Back in the late 80s Steve honed his craft as part of The Second City improv troupe in Chicago who’s alumni include Bill Murray, Tina Fey, Dan Ackroyd and Dan Castellaneta. From there he scored his first film part as Tesio in Curly Sue.
Steve, however began making a name for himself in television writing and performing for sketch show The Dana Carvey Show and also on Saturday Night Live. It wasn’t long before Jon Stewart thought he’d make a great addition to his Daily Show.
HE LOVES LAMP
Global recognition came for Steve Carell when he appeared as Jim Carrey’s rival reporter Evan Baxter in Bruce Almighty (with tear inducing outtakes!) and opposite Will Ferrell as the ‘unique’ Brick Tamland in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy. Then the movie credits really started rolling in.
If you’re a fan of comedy it’s unlikely that you haven’t seen a Steve Carell film. He’s brought us laughs from The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Evan Almighty, Little Miss Sunshine, Get Smart, Dinner for Schmucks and more recently opposite Tina Fey in Date Night and voicing Gru in Despicable Me.
Steve is also currently working on the forthcoming apocalyptic ‘dramedy’ Seeking a Friend for the End of the World with Keira Knightley. ‘It’s what the dinner party is like the day after everybody has heard the news,’ he says.
HE LOVES PAPER
However the jewel in Steve Carell’s crown for many will be as the Dunder Mifflin branch manager Michael Scott in the American adaptation of The Office.
He’s won a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Ricky Gervais’ vision and has been nominated five times for the Emmy equivalent.
From pretending to hang himself in front of school children at Halloween to starring in his own movie Threat Level: Midnight, Michael Scott is now firmly up there in the top 50 comedy characters of all time.
But all good things must come to an end and after seven years playing the incompetent manager Steve called it quits to focus on his family life and other aspect of his career.
Steve Carell, you make us tingly with warm fuzzy funny feelings. (That’s what she said.)