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11th Jan '14 12:10:24 PM MarkLungo
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Steven John "Steve" Carell (born 1962) is an American {{film}} and [[LiveActionTV television]] actor. Originally a correspondent on ''Series/TheDailyShow with Jon Stewart'', he is perhaps most recognized for portraying the character of Michael Scott on the American adaptation of the British {{sitcom}} ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' (for which he received a Golden Globe Award for best actor in a television comedy series). Since then, he's risen to prominence on the silver screen, his first starring role in a Hollywood production being ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'', wherein he portrayed the titular character, Andy Stitzer. However, he'd held minor roles before, such as that of Evan Baxter, the TedBaxter [[TheRival rival]] to [[JimCarrey Jim Carrey's]] Bruce Nolan in ''BruceAlmighty''.

[[HiddenDepths People tend to forget he's a pretty jam-up writer]]; he co-wrote ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'' and also wrote the Season 2 finale of ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' ("Casino Night"), widely regarded as the best episode of the series.

[[IdenticalStranger May or may not actually be the president of Iran]].
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!!Partial Filmography:
* ''BruceAlmighty''
* ''AnchormanTheLegendOfRonBurgundy''
* ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'' - his first starring role; he also co-wrote the film.
* ''Film/OverTheHedge''
* ''LittleMissSunshine''
* ''EvanAlmighty'' - the sequel, starring his character Evan Baxter
* ''Film/DanInRealLife''
* ''HortonHearsAWho''
* ''Series/GetSmart'' - The role he was genetically engineered for.
* ''DateNight'' (with TinaFey)
* ''DespicableMe''
* ''Film/DinnerForSchmucks''
* ''Film/CrazyStupidLove''
* ''Film/SeekingAFriendForTheEndOfTheWorld''
* ''Film/TheIncredibleBurtWonderstone''
* ''Film/{{Bewitched}}'' - ''very'' impressive job of doing Paul Lynde playing Uncle Arthur
* ''Film/TheWayWayBack''

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Steven John "Steve" Carell (born 1962) is an American {{film}} and [[LiveActionTV television]] actor. Originally a correspondent on ''Series/TheDailyShow with Jon Stewart'', he is perhaps most recognized for portraying the character of Michael Scott on the American adaptation of the British {{sitcom}} ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' (for which he received a Golden Globe Award for best actor in a television comedy series). Since then, he's risen to prominence on the silver screen, his first starring role in a Hollywood production being ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'', wherein he portrayed the titular character, Andy Stitzer. However, he'd held minor roles before, such as that of Evan Baxter, the TedBaxter [[TheRival rival]] to [[JimCarrey Jim Carrey's]] Bruce Nolan in ''BruceAlmighty''.

[[HiddenDepths People tend to forget he's a pretty jam-up writer]]; he co-wrote ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'' and also wrote the Season 2 finale of ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' ("Casino Night"), widely regarded as the best episode of the series.

[[IdenticalStranger May or may not actually be the president of Iran]].
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!!Partial Filmography:
* ''BruceAlmighty''
* ''AnchormanTheLegendOfRonBurgundy''
* ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'' - his first starring role; he also co-wrote the film.
* ''Film/OverTheHedge''
* ''LittleMissSunshine''
* ''EvanAlmighty'' - the sequel, starring his character Evan Baxter
* ''Film/DanInRealLife''
* ''HortonHearsAWho''
* ''Series/GetSmart'' - The role he was genetically engineered for.
* ''DateNight'' (with TinaFey)
* ''DespicableMe''
* ''Film/DinnerForSchmucks''
* ''Film/CrazyStupidLove''
* ''Film/SeekingAFriendForTheEndOfTheWorld''
* ''Film/TheIncredibleBurtWonderstone''
* ''Film/{{Bewitched}}'' - ''very'' impressive job of doing Paul Lynde playing Uncle Arthur
* ''Film/TheWayWayBack''

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26th Dec '13 2:34:14 PM eroock
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* ''{{Seeking a Friend for the End of the World}}''

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* ''{{Seeking a Friend for the End of the World}}''''Film/SeekingAFriendForTheEndOfTheWorld''
14th Aug '13 3:25:29 PM nlpnt
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* ''Film/TheWayWayBack''
2nd May '13 4:03:09 AM Seanette
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* ''Film/{{Bewitched}}'' - ''very'' impressive job of doing Paul Lynde playing Uncle Arthur
14th Apr '13 2:14:36 AM Aquila89
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SteveCarell is an American {{film}} and [[LiveActionTV television]] actor. Originally a correspondent on ''Series/TheDailyShow with Jon Stewart'', he is perhaps most recognized for portraying the character of Michael Scott on the American adaptation of the British {{sitcom}} ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' (for which he received a Golden Globe Award for best actor in a television comedy series). Since then, he's risen to prominence on the silver screen, his first starring role in a Hollywood production being ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'', wherein he portrayed the titular character, Andy Stitzer. However, he'd held minor roles before, such as that of Evan Baxter, the TedBaxter [[TheRival rival]] to [[JimCarrey Jim Carrey's]] Bruce Nolan in ''BruceAlmighty''.

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SteveCarell Steven John "Steve" Carell (born 1962) is an American {{film}} and [[LiveActionTV television]] actor. Originally a correspondent on ''Series/TheDailyShow with Jon Stewart'', he is perhaps most recognized for portraying the character of Michael Scott on the American adaptation of the British {{sitcom}} ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' (for which he received a Golden Globe Award for best actor in a television comedy series). Since then, he's risen to prominence on the silver screen, his first starring role in a Hollywood production being ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'', wherein he portrayed the titular character, Andy Stitzer. However, he'd held minor roles before, such as that of Evan Baxter, the TedBaxter [[TheRival rival]] to [[JimCarrey Jim Carrey's]] Bruce Nolan in ''BruceAlmighty''.
16th Mar '13 6:32:13 PM LongLiveHumour
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SteveCarell is an American {{film}} and [[LiveActionTV television]] actor. Originally a correspondent on ''TheDailyShow with Jon Stewart'', he is perhaps most recognized for portraying the character of Michael Scott on the American adaptation of the British {{sitcom}} ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' (for which he received a Golden Globe Award for best actor in a television comedy series). Since then, he's risen to prominence on the silver screen, his first starring role in a Hollywood production being ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'', wherein he portrayed the titular character, Andy Stitzer. However, he'd held minor roles before, such as that of Evan Baxter, the TedBaxter [[TheRival rival]] to [[JimCarrey Jim Carrey's]] Bruce Nolan in ''BruceAlmighty''.

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SteveCarell is an American {{film}} and [[LiveActionTV television]] actor. Originally a correspondent on ''TheDailyShow ''Series/TheDailyShow with Jon Stewart'', he is perhaps most recognized for portraying the character of Michael Scott on the American adaptation of the British {{sitcom}} ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' (for which he received a Golden Globe Award for best actor in a television comedy series). Since then, he's risen to prominence on the silver screen, his first starring role in a Hollywood production being ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'', wherein he portrayed the titular character, Andy Stitzer. However, he'd held minor roles before, such as that of Evan Baxter, the TedBaxter [[TheRival rival]] to [[JimCarrey Jim Carrey's]] Bruce Nolan in ''BruceAlmighty''.
16th Mar '13 9:41:04 AM AlBundyFan365
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* ''Film/TheIncredibleBurtWonderstone''
22nd Jan '13 6:56:31 PM Sheora
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* ''DanInRealLife''

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* ''DanInRealLife''''Film/DanInRealLife''
29th Oct '12 8:59:39 PM nombretomado
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SteveCarell is an American {{film}} and [[LiveActionTV television]] actor. Originally a correspondent on ''TheDailyShow with Jon Stewart'', he is perhaps most recognized for portraying the character of Michael Scott on the American adaptation of the British {{sitcom}} ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' (for which he received a Golden Globe Award for best actor in a television comedy series). Since then, he's risen to prominence on the silver screen, his first starring role in a Hollywood production being ''The40YearOldVirgin'', wherein he portrayed the titular character, Andy Stitzer. However, he'd held minor roles before, such as that of Evan Baxter, the TedBaxter [[TheRival rival]] to [[JimCarrey Jim Carrey's]] Bruce Nolan in ''BruceAlmighty''.

[[HiddenDepths People tend to forget he's a pretty jam-up writer]]; he co-wrote ''The40YearOldVirgin'' and also wrote the Season 2 finale of ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' ("Casino Night"), widely regarded as the best episode of the series.

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SteveCarell is an American {{film}} and [[LiveActionTV television]] actor. Originally a correspondent on ''TheDailyShow with Jon Stewart'', he is perhaps most recognized for portraying the character of Michael Scott on the American adaptation of the British {{sitcom}} ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' (for which he received a Golden Globe Award for best actor in a television comedy series). Since then, he's risen to prominence on the silver screen, his first starring role in a Hollywood production being ''The40YearOldVirgin'', ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'', wherein he portrayed the titular character, Andy Stitzer. However, he'd held minor roles before, such as that of Evan Baxter, the TedBaxter [[TheRival rival]] to [[JimCarrey Jim Carrey's]] Bruce Nolan in ''BruceAlmighty''.

[[HiddenDepths People tend to forget he's a pretty jam-up writer]]; he co-wrote ''The40YearOldVirgin'' ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'' and also wrote the Season 2 finale of ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' ("Casino Night"), widely regarded as the best episode of the series.



* ''The40YearOldVirgin'' - his first starring role; he also co-wrote the film.

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* ''The40YearOldVirgin'' ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin'' - his first starring role; he also co-wrote the film.
16th Sep '12 12:45:07 PM romanatorX
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SteveCarell is an American {{film}} and [[LiveActionTV television]] actor. Originally a correspondent on ''TheDailyShow with Jon Stewart'', he is perhaps most recognized for portraying the character of Michael Scott on the American adaptation of the British {{sitcom}} ''[[TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' (for which he received a Golden Globe Award for best actor in a television comedy series). Since then, he's risen to prominence on the silver screen, his first starring role in a Hollywood production being ''The40YearOldVirgin'', wherein he portrayed the titular character, Andy Stitzer. However, he'd held minor roles before, such as that of Evan Baxter, the TedBaxter [[TheRival rival]] to [[JimCarrey Jim Carrey's]] Bruce Nolan in ''BruceAlmighty''.

[[HiddenDepths People tend to forget he's a pretty jam-up writer]]; he co-wrote ''The40YearOldVirgin'' and also wrote the Season 2 finale of ''[[TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' ("Casino Night"), widely regarded as the best episode of the series.

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SteveCarell is an American {{film}} and [[LiveActionTV television]] actor. Originally a correspondent on ''TheDailyShow with Jon Stewart'', he is perhaps most recognized for portraying the character of Michael Scott on the American adaptation of the British {{sitcom}} ''[[TheOfficeUS ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' (for which he received a Golden Globe Award for best actor in a television comedy series). Since then, he's risen to prominence on the silver screen, his first starring role in a Hollywood production being ''The40YearOldVirgin'', wherein he portrayed the titular character, Andy Stitzer. However, he'd held minor roles before, such as that of Evan Baxter, the TedBaxter [[TheRival rival]] to [[JimCarrey Jim Carrey's]] Bruce Nolan in ''BruceAlmighty''.

[[HiddenDepths People tend to forget he's a pretty jam-up writer]]; he co-wrote ''The40YearOldVirgin'' and also wrote the Season 2 finale of ''[[TheOfficeUS ''[[Series/TheOfficeUS The Office]]'' ("Casino Night"), widely regarded as the best episode of the series.
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