An Academy Award nominee, Mr. Carell makes his Broadway and Lincoln Center Theater debut in this production of Uncle Vanya. Carell first garnered critical recognition for his contributions as a correspondent on Comedy Central's Emmy Award-winning “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.” Over the course of two decades, Carell has successfully segued from the small screen to above-the-title status on the big screen, both in big-budget films and arthouse indies. Recently, Carell has appeared in Wes Anderson’s original film Asteroid City (debuted at the Cannes Film Festival); served as an executive producer and starred in FX’s “The Patient” (Screen Actors Guild Award nomination); co-created, executive produced with Greg Daniels and starred in the Netflix original series “Space Force;” and appeared in two seasons of the Apple TV+ series “The Morning Show” (SAG and Emmy award nominations). His additional film work includes Paramount’s upcoming If (created and directed by John Krasinski); Minions: The Rise of Gru; the Despicable Me series; Irresistible; Robert Zemeckis’ Welcome to Marwen; Annapurna’s Vice; Beautiful Boy; Battle of the Sexes (Golden Globe, SAG award nominations); Last Flag Flying; Woody Allen’s Café Society and Melinda and Melinda; The Big Short (Golden Globe Award nomination); Peter Sollett’s Freeheld; Bennett Miller’s Foxcatcher (Academy Award, SAG, BAFTA, Golden Globe award nominations); The-40-Year-Old-Virgin (co-wrote with director Judd Apatow, Writer’s Guild of America Award nomination for “Best Original Screenplay”); Get Smart; Little Miss Sunshine(SAG Award for “Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture”); Crazy, Stupid, Love (produced under Carell’s production banner, Carousel Productions); Seeking a Friend For the End of the World; Hope Springs; The Incredible Burt Wonderstone; The Way, Way Back; Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day; Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy; Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues; Dr. Seuss’sHorton Hears a Who; and Over the Hedge. On TV Carell completed an eight-year run playing Michael Scott on the Emmy-nominated NBC comedy “The Office” for which he won a Golden Globe Award and was nominated for six Emmy awards and four SAG Awards (winning two as a part of the show’s ensemble). Carell and his wife Nancy co-created, and executive produced the TBS police comedy series “Angie Tribeca” (starring Rashida Jones) which ran for four seasons.
Photo credit - Alex J. Berliner - AB Images for Universal Pictures.