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Originally posted 04/29/2011 12:10PM
It was the end of an era for the fictional characters of The Office at Dunder Mifflin Inc. in Scranton, Pa. on Thursday.
Steve Carell – who played the paper and printer distribution company's manager (and self-proclaimed "World's Best Boss") Michael Scott – made his final appearance on the show in a humorous, but heartfelt episode called "Goodbye, Michael."
Announcing his plans to move to Colorado to live with fiancée Holly Flax, Michael brings in an assortment of Wizard of Oz-themed farewell gifts for his colleagues.
Spoiler: Read on only if you want to know what happens on the final episode.
Originally posted 03/09/2011 08:30AM
Charlie Sheen may be one of a kind, but is he irreplaceable?
When Monday's news broke that the actor, 45, had officially been given the boot from Two and a Half Men, fans of the hit CBS show questioned whether the show would go on – and if so, with which new star?
Producers are reportedly discussing current Parks and Recreation star Rob Lowe. John Stamos's name also has come up recently. (Both of whom Sheen said he's fine with replacing him on Dan Patrick's radio show Wednesday morning.) Or what about Steve Carell, whose run on The Office is nearly up?
Vote below on who you think would be the best new addition to Two and a Half Men:
Originally posted 01/27/2011 09:30AM
Steve Carell will get a proper send-off from The Office later this season, sharing his final three episodes with his Anchorman costar Will Ferrell.
Ferrell, 43, will join the NBC sitcom for a guest role in which he plays a branch manager who arrives from the home office and proves just as inept as Carell's Michael Scott, Deadline.com reports.
"We found Steve Carell when he was nothing but a movie star, and we turned him into a television star," executive producer Paul Lieberstein says. "We are proud to continue The Office's tradition of discovering famous talent, and we hope that once America gets a good look at Will, they'll see what we see: tremendous raw sexuality."
Originally posted 12/13/2010 09:30AM
Steve Carell isn't getting into the debate over who should replace him on The Office. But he hopes it doesn't end up being someone who's too much like Steve Carell.
"I think it would be in their best interest just to sort of go in a different direction and not try to do the same type of character," the actor, 48, tells Ellen DeGeneres in an interview airing Tuesday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Beyond that, he's not making any specific suggestions. "You know what," he says, "I'm leaving that to the producers."
Originally posted 09/27/2010 07:00AM
The cast of The Office knows that the best comedy is served with sugar on top – especially if that sugar is in the form of a hot, fresh mini donut.
When Steve Carell, Angela Kinsey and the rest of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company gang need an on-set pick-me-up, they turn to Shelley Beals, whom they know as the "Fry Girl."
Beals, owner of The Fry Girl Inc., serves up fresh miniature-sized donuts on location, where she cooks up the treats and tops them with homemade flavored sugars. Flavors range from chocolate – Carell's favorite
Originally posted 07/20/2010 10:20AM
Unprompted, Steve Carell's children, Elisabeth Anne and John, are following in their father's famous comic footsteps.
"Kids are funny in general because they're unfiltered and they're wise, but they're not jaded by anything," the actor and comedian, 47, told PEOPLE on Monday at the premiere of his latest film, Dinner for Schmucks, at New York's Ziegfeld Theatre.
"Their sense of humor is very pure, and they don't even a lot of times know when they're being funny, because it's just so honest. And I think that's what makes them so funny."
Originally posted 04/08/2010 07:20AM
Steve Carell may be known as a funny man, but he's also a dutiful husband.
When it comes to his wife, Nancy Wells, "I tell her that I love her, and I will make her breakfast at times or at least coffee," Carell told PEOPLE at Tuesday's New York premiere of his new movie comedy Date Night. "I will also take out the garbage and empty the dishwasher. She definitely likes that, but let's put it this way, if I didn't do those [chores] – she would not like that!"
Not only is he useful around the house, but The Office star, 47, is also a hands-on dad with daughter Elisabeth Anne, 8, and son John, 5.
Originally posted 03/23/2010 08:45AM
What do Robert Downey Jr., Katy Perry and a few hundred gallons of green slime have in common?
The stars – along with Tina Fey, Steve Carell, Chris Rock, Jackie Chan, Jonah Hill, Queen Latifah, David Spade, Lea Michele, Dev Patel, Miranda Cosgrove, Shaun White and more – are set to help host Kevin James dole out Nickelodeon's 23rd Annual Kids' Choice Awards this Saturday.
In addition to Rihanna and Justin Bieber performing, eight-time Olympic medalist Apolo Anton Ohno will attempt to set a new world record for being catapulted into the show's trademark green slime via the Kids' Choice Awards Slime Slingshot.
The awards will be telecast live from UCLA's Pauley Pavilion on March 27 at 8 p.m. (ET/PT). Until then, kids can cast their votes online in 19 categories including favorite couple, movie actor, singer, athlete and reality show.
Originally posted 02/26/2010 02:25PM
It's going to be a night of laughs at the Oscars this year: Comedians Steve Carell, Tina Fey and Sacha Baron Cohen are among the stars who will be presenting the golden statuettes next month.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Friday that funnymen Ben Stiller and Jason Bateman will also be presenters at the show on March 7.
It will be a debut performance at the Academy Awards for Borat star Cohen and Arrested Development actor Bateman.
Carell, Fey and Stiller have all handed out Oscars in the past.
Originally posted 01/15/2009 01:05PM
Forget The Office – Steve Carell has a new business endeavor.
The star of the NBC Thursday-night sitcom recently bought the Marshfield Hills General store in the Massachusetts town where he lives part time.
Carrell's sister-in-law, Tish Vivaldo, will be in charge of the 155-year-old business – which during the Civil War sold Union army uniforms.
The store's previous owner, Sherry Bechtold says Carrell told her he wanted it "for the right reasons" and will preserve the site as a store, reports the Patriot-Ledger.
Added Bechthold: "He's a lovely guy, very down to earth. He thinks this is a real bit of Americana."
– Rennie Dyball
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