Many of us may remember Steve Carell
from the '90s, when he was starring on the short-lived sketch comedy The Dana Carvey Show
or working as a correspondent on The Daily Show
. But it wasn't until the 2000s that Carell hit it big as the star of the American version of The Office
on NBC, then as the leading man in 2005's smash The 40-Year Old Virgin
. Now, he's a bona fide movie star -- one of the only comedians to become a movie star in the 2000s.