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STEVE CARELL (Brick Tamland) is enjoying a widely varied career that encompasses film and television roles. He is also well known for his appearances as a correspondent on "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.” Television audiences will next see Carell starring in the NBC series "The Office: An American Workplace,” based on the award-winning BBC series "The Office.”

On the big screen, Carell recently starred as the obnoxious news anchor Evan Baxter in the hit comedy "Bruce Almighty,” directed by Tom Shadyac and starring Jim Carrey, Jennifer Aniston and Morgan Freeman. His upcoming films include Woody Allen's next movie, "Melinda and Melinda,” which reunites him with Will Ferrell. In addition, Carell is currently collaborating with "Anchorman” producer Judd Apatow on an as-yet-untitled comedy film, which Apatow will direct from a screenplay he is writing with Carell.

Carell is an alumnus of the Second City comedy troupe in Chicago, where he also performed with several noted theatre groups at The Goodman Theater and Wisdom Bridge Theatre. He made his film debut in 1991 in the John Hughes comedy "Curly Sue,” before segueing to television as a writer and actor on "The Dana Carvey Show.” Carell went on to land regular roles in the comedy series "Over the Top” and, more recently, "Watching Ellie,” starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

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