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Starring alongside Jim and Carol in Horton Hears a Who as the miniscule mayor of Whoville, Steve has been cracking up audiences with his big-hearted humor on both the big and little screens. Steve got his first big break as a correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and has since been in a string of blockbusters like Anchorman, The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Little Miss Sunshine.

As the bumbling boss on the hit show The Office, Steve's character Michael Scott drives his employees crazy with his irresponsible antics and of-the-wall humor. "It's a guy who you wouldn't necessarily like or want to spend time with on Thursday night," Steve says. Even so, The Office has caught on, and Michael Scott has a following of fans tuning in to see what abstract holiday party or time-wasting office meeting Michael will call next. "People seem to have really started to take to the show, which is exciting," Steve says.
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FROM: Jim Carrey, Carol Burnett and Steve Carell
Published on February 18, 2008

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