Steve Carell

Steve Carell is a talented and renowned American actor, comedian, writer, producer, and director who have been seen working actively in his acting career since the year 1989.

Quick Info
Full NameSteven John Carell
Date of birth16 August 1962
Birth PlaceConcord, Massachusetts, U.S.
Parent(s)Edwin A. Carell, and Harriet Theresa
Occupation actor, comedian, writer, producer, and director
Spouse(s)Nancy Ellen Carell
Net Worth$80 million

Personal Life and Relationship

Steve Carell, whose real name is Steven John Carell, was born on 16 August 1962 in Concord, Massachusetts, U.S. as the son of his father, Edwin A. Carell, and his mother, Harriet Theresa. His father used to be an electrical engineer where his mother used to be a psychiatric nurse. He has three elder brothers who were Gregory, Timothy, and Michael.

Carell married an American actress, comedian, and writer Nancy Ellen Carell on August 5, 1995, and later, they gave birth to their children, Elisabeth Anne “Annie” in May 2001 and John “Johnny” in 2004.

Steve CarellNationality and Physical Stats

Steve Carell holds an American nationality and belongs to the ethnicity of Italian, German and Polish. He is 58 years old with a height of 5 foot 9 inches (1.75 m) and 70 kg. He had got white & Brown hair with hazel green eyes. As he was born on 16 August, his zodiac sign is Leo.

Early Life and Education

In his early life, Steve Carell had attended Nashoba Brooks School and was also seen joining The Fenn School. Later, he had also joined Middlesex School. When he was in high school, he used to play ice hockey and lacrosse. He also played the fife, where he had seen performing with other family members. Later, he received a degree from Denison University in Granville, Ohio, in the year 1984.

He also became a member of Burpee’s Seedy Theatrical Company. He had also spent his time as a disc at WDUB.


Film Career

Steve Carell started his professional acting career after being cast as Tesio in an American comedy-drama movie “Curly Sue” in 1991. After that, he was seen appearing as Mailroom Guy in an American absurdist comedy movie “Tomorrow Night,” which was written and directed by Louis C.K. in 1998. In the same year, he played an uncredited role in an American dark comedy-drama thriller movie “Homegrown.”

Later, he was seen appearing as Mark in a short movie “Street of Pain” in 2003, and in that year, he was also seen as Evan Baxter in an American religious comedy movie “Bruce Almighty.” Further, he was seen playing the role of Officer Sherman Shiner is an American comedy teen movie “Sleepover” in 2004. In the same year, he was also seen playing Brick Tamland in an American comedy movie “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” and a direct-to-video counterpart movie “Wake Up. Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie.”

Likewise, Steve Carell was seen appearing as Walt Wagner in an American comedy movie “Melinda and Melinda” in 2005, written and directed by Woody Allen. After that, he was also seen playing the role of Uncle Arthur in an American romantic comedy fantasy movie “Bewitched” in the same year. After that, he was seen starring as Andy Stitzer in an American sex comedy movie, “The 40-year-Old Virgin,” written by him, and he worked as executive producer of the movie.

In 2006, he played the roles in the movies “Little Miss Sunshine” and “American Storage.” He had also provided his voice-over Hammy’s character is an American computer-animated comedy movie “Over the Hedge” and in “Hammy’s Boomerang Adventure.” Further, he was seen appearing in the movies like “Evan Almighty,” “Knocked Up,” “Dan in Real Life,” “Stories USA,” “Get Smart,” “Date Night,” and Dinner for Schmucks.” In the year 2008, he was seen providing a voice on an American computer-animated adventure comedy movie “Horton Hears a Who!”. He was also seen providing his voice as Gru is an American 3D computer-animated comedy movie “Despicable Me” and reprised his voice in “Despicable Me 2”.

In 2011, Steve Carell was cast as Cal Weaver on his produced movie “Crazy, Stupid, Love,” a romantic comedy movie. Additionally, he was seen playing a role in the movies like “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World,” “Hope Springs,” “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,” “The Way, Way Back,” “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues”, “Neighbors,” “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day,” “Foxcatcher,” “Minions,” “Freeheld,” “The Big Short,” “Safe Society,” “Battle of the Sexes,” “Too Funny to Fail,” “Last Flag Flying,” “Beautiful Boy,” “Vice” and “Welcome to Marwen.”

Besides that, he had seen providing his over Gru and Dru in an American computer-animated comedy movie “Despicable Me 3”.

Steve CarellTelevision Career

Steve Carell started his television career from an American sketch comedy television show, “The Dana Carvey Show,” written by him. From 1996 to 2011, he was seen providing his voice-over Gary is an American late-night live show, “Saturday Night Live.” Later, he was cast as Yorgo Galfanikos in an American sitcom “Over the Top” in 1997. Further, he was seen playing roles in television series like “Just Shoot Me!”, “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” “Stranger with Candy,” “Watching Ellie,” and Come to Papa.” In 2004, he provided his voice-over to Mr. Delancey, an American animated television series, “Fillmore!”. Likewise, he was cast as Michael Scott in an American mockumentary sitcom television series “The Office” and was seen hosting in “Saturday Night Live.”

Also, he was seen appearing in several series like “The Naked Trucker and T-Bones Show,” “Life’s Too Short,” “Web Therapy,” and “Angie Tribeca.” He was also seen providing his voice-over to Dan Gillick, an American animated sitcom “The Simpsons.” In 2019, he was seen as an announcer in an American daytime television variety talk show, “The Kelly Clark Show.” From 2019, he was seen as Mitch Kessler in an American drama streaming television series, “The Morning Show.” After that, he was seen in an American comedy streaming television series “Space Force” from 2020.

Besides this, he was seen as a voice actor in several video games like “Outlaw Golf,” “Outlaw Volleyball,” and “Despicable Me.” In 2020, he was also seen in the first episode of a web series, “Some Good News.”

Steve CarellNet Worth

The estimated net worth of Steve Carell $80 million.