Steve Carell Filmography
Steve Carell is best known for his leading role in the American version of ‘The Office,’ a popular British sitcom. He started his acting career in the early 90s with films, such as ‘Curly Sew,’ ‘Tomorrow Night’ and ‘Homegrown.’ He rose to worldwide fame with his 2005 series ‘The Office,’ which crossed the national borders and achieved fame worldwide and some subsequent acting stints established Steve Carell as a major star.
His best movie roles include ‘The 40 Years old Virgin,’ ‘Little Miss Sunshine,’ ‘Horton Hears a Who,’ ‘Despicable Me,’ and ‘Foxcatcher.’
Some more notable movies of his career are ‘Crazy, Stupid, Love,’ ‘Get Smart,’ ‘Evan Almighty,’ ‘The Incredible Burt Wunderstone’ and ‘Way, Way, Back.’ While his comedy films are known to produce some of his best roles, he has also been praised for his serious roles and earned nominations for a BAFTA Award, Academy Award, and several Golden Globe nominations during the course of his successful career.
He also lent his voice to the leading character in the successful animation series ‘Despicable, Me,’ which played a major role in establishing Steve Carell as a star.
Some of the unsuccessful films of Steve Carell’s career are ‘Over the Hedge,’ ‘Dinner for Schmucks,’ and ‘Dan in Real Life.’