Steve Carell Net Worth

Steve Carell Net Worth (+ Wife, Kids)

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Born
Steven John Carell

August 16, 1962 (age 57)

Steve Carell Net Worth 2020 : $ 80 million
Alma mater Denison University
Occupation
Years active 1989–present
Spouse(s)
Nancy Walls (m. 1995)
Children 2

Who Is Steve Carell?

Actor Steve Carell is a well-known comedian for his work in television series such as “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” and “The Office” as well as in films such as “The 40 Year-Old Virgin” and “Foxcatcher“.

Steve Carell was born on August 16, 1962 in Concord, Massachusetts, and began making television and film appearances in the early 1990s. He received more recognition on the Dana Carvey Show and in 1999 he joined the Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

Steve Carell Net Worth

Steve Carell

In 2005 he got his breakthrough role as the comic boss in the sitcom The Office and also had great box office successes as Andy Stitzer in The 40 Year-Old Virgin. In recent years, he has worked on a number of film roles.

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Steve Carell Early Life and childhood

The actor and comedian Steven John Carell was born on August 16, 1962 in Concord, Massachusetts. Carell was the youngest of Edwin and Harriet Carell’s four sons. Steve’s father, whose family has its roots in Italy, changed his last name before Steve’s birth of Caroselli.

As a student, Carell attended Fenn School, a private boys’ school in Concord, Massachusetts, and then Middlesex School before going to Ohio to attend Denison University. Carell initially had a legal career in mind when he took lessons as a law student. In his spare time, he did sketch comedy and became a member of the country’s oldest college improvisation group, Burpee’s Seedy Theatrical Company.

“I actually filled out my applications to study law,” Carell later recalled. “And I came to the question of the essay: ‘Why do you want to become a lawyer?’ And I couldn’t answer it.

I really didn’t know. And I went in and talked to my parents and they asked me, “What do you like to do?” “What have you always liked to do?” And I said, “Well , I always loved to play. I mean, it was always fun. “And they said, ‘Well then, do it.’ “

Comedy Career

But what that meant was anything but instant fame. Carell, who graduated from Denison in 1984, made a living and eventually made his way to Chicago. By 1991 he had compiled a resume that was strong enough to be a member of Second City’s respected comedy group. His career there would take almost a decade when Carell performed with the troupe and taught for them.In Second City, Carell’s work and life made dramatic progress.
Steve Carell started making television and film appearances, including a supporting role in John Hughes’ film Curly Sue in 1991. He also began to gain popularity as a writer and performer on the Dana Carvey Show.Carell also had success in his romantic life; During a course in Second City, he met Nancy Walls, a comedy writer and actress. The two started dating and got married in 1995.

Steve Carell ‘The Daily Show’

In 1999, Carell and Walls moved to New York City with Stephen Colbert, another alumnus of Second City, to join the cast of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, the fake news show from Comedy Central. Over the next five years, Carell, who played one of the show’s correspondents, submitted some of the series’ most memorable reviews. He interviewed political heavyweights such as the Arizona Senator and hopeful President John McCain, as well as lesser known, eccentric newsmakers.

Carell’s expressionless humor and penchant for putting himself in absurd situations were perfect for the program and its growing audience.

“The best [interviews] were when we took the piss off someone who deserved it – anyone who was intolerant or racist,” Carell later told Esquire. “These people were fair game.

I always had a bad taste in my mouth when we went out and had to make fun of someone who was just eccentric or insane through no fault of our own. It was just shooting fish in a barrel. So I got always trying to joke my ass to play the idiot, which probably wasn’t too difficult. ”

Breakout role

In 2005, Carell switched to network television for a leading role in the new NBC sitcom The Office. The show, based on a BBC comedy of the same name, played Carell in the role of Michael Scott, a mid-level sales manager for a paper supply company in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

At a time when networks struggled to find hits, The Office proved to be one of the most successful comedies on television. But just as Carell became more popular for his efforts on small screens, he was looking for more ambitious projects. This meant tackling films like the 2003 comedy Bruce Almighty with Jim Carrey and the sequel Evan Almighty from 2007, with Carell taking the lead.

 

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He gave another funny side performance as Uncle Arthur in Bewitched (2005) with Will Ferrell and Nicole Kidman. In the same year, Carell directed the comedy of the summer – The 40 Year-Old Virgin, a film he co-wrote, and which brought in more than $ 177 million worldwide.

Steve Carell film career

Carell continued to work in the following years. In addition to his role in The Office, Carell has recorded a steady stream of film work, including Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2005), Little Miss Sunshine (2006), Dan in Real Life (2007) and Horton Hears a Who (2008) , Get Smart (2008) and Date Night (2010).

Oscar-nominations

In 2014, he had an Oscar-nominated twist in the film Foxcatcher that portrays John du Pont, followed by roles in Minions, Freeheld, The Big Short and Battle of the Sexes, and received Golden Globe nominations for the latter two.

Carell turned to a serious, disturbing drama and portrayed the murderer John du Pont (sometimes written “DuPont”) in the film Foxcatcher (2014).

Carell’s role, for which the actor received Oscar, Golden Globe and SAG nominations, shows the relationship between the heir of DuPont Co. and the Olympic wrestler brothers Mark and David Schultz – played by Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo – before the tragic Murder of David in the hands of du Pont in 1996. The film was next up for director Bennett Miller after leading Oscar-nominated Moneyball (2011).

After a turn in the animated spin-off minions, Carell appeared in two other projects in autumn 2015. Freeheld saw Carell play a gay rights activist who helped a lesbian couple refuse to retire, while The Big Short introduced the actor as a volatile hedge fund manager involved in disrupting the housing loan market. The Big Short was for four Golden Globes

Steve Carell Personal Life

Carell and his wife, Saturday Night Live graduate Nancy Walls, have two children: Elisabeth (born May 2001) and John (born June 2004). The family lives in Los Angeles.

Steve Carell and wife Nancy Carell

Steve Carell and wife Nancy Carell

Carell Kids

Steve Carell Kids Elisabeth and John

Steve Carell Net Worth 2020

Steve Carell had a fair share of successful films and TV shows. Steve Carell Net Worth 2020 will be estimated to the amount of $ 80 million, according to a leading lifestyle website

Steve Carell Movies – Top 10

2011 Crazy, Stupid, Love Cal Weaver Also producer
2012 Seeking a Friend for the End of the World Dodge Petersen
Hope Springs Dr. Bernie Feld
2013 The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Burt Wonderstone Also producer
Despicable Me 2 Gru Voice
The Way, Way Back Trent
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues Brick Tamland
2014 Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Ben Cooper
Foxcatcher John Eleuthère du Pont
2015 Minions Young Gru Voice cameo
Freeheld Steven Goldstein
The Big Short Mark Baum
2016 Café Society Phil
2017 Despicable Me 3 Gru and Dru Voices
Battle of the Sexes Bobby Riggs
Too Funny to Fail Himself Documentary
Last Flag Flying Larry “Doc” Shepherd
2018 Beautiful Boy David Sheff
Vice Donald Rumsfeld
Welcome to Marwen Mark Hogancamp
2020 Irresistible Denotes films that have not yet been released Gary Zimmer Post-production
2021 Minions: The Rise of Gru Denotes films that have not yet been released Gru Voice, Post-production


Steve Carell TV shows – Top 10

2005–2011,
2013
The Office Michael Scott 149 episodes
Writer (“Casino Night” and “Survivor Man“)
Director (“Broke“, “Secretary’s Day“, and “Garage Sale“)
2005, 2008,
2018
Saturday Night Live Himself (host) 3 episodes
2007 The Naked Trucker and T-Bones Show Brian Episode: “T-Bones TV”
2011 Life’s Too Short Himself Episode: “1.4”
2012 The Simpsons Dan Gillick Voice
Episode: “Penny-Wiseguys
2013 Web Therapy Jackson Pickett 3 episodes
2016–2019 Angie Tribeca 40 episodes
Creator and executive producer
Writer and director (“Pilot”)
2019 The Kelly Clarkson Show Himself (announcer) 1 episode
2019–present The Morning Show Mitch Kessler 10 episodes
2020–present Space Force Mark R. Naird 10 episodes; also creator and executive producer

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