- Wikipedia: Steve Carell
Biography for Steve Carell, actor and comedian, who launched his career as a correspondent on Comedy Central's The Daily Show.
- Frat Pack Tribute, The
Pays tribute to the "Frat Pack" of actors/filmmakers Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Will Ferrell, Owen and Luke Wilson, Jack Black, and Steve Carell. Features news, movie scorecards, and a weekly podcast.
- IMDb: Steve Carell
Filmography, photos, and trivia for the actor and comedian Steve Carell, whose credits include The 40-Year-Old Virgin and TV's The Office and The Daily Show.
- TV.com: Steve Carell
Offers TV credits for actor, Steve Carell, as well as photos from his work on The Office.
- Onion A.V. Club: Steve Carell Interview
Extensive Q&A interview with actor/comedian Steve Carell about his success with The 40-Year-Old Virgin and his work on The Daily Show. From August 23, 2005.
- Moviefone: Jim Carrey and Steve Carell Celebrity Interview Unscripted
Horton Hears a Who! stars Jim Carrey and Steve Carell interview each other in this Unscripted feature from Moviefone. Also features bonus outtake clips.
- Yahoo! Movies: Steve Carell
Features photos of Steve Carell in his movies and at movie premieres as well as a biography and filmography.
- Steve Carell Salutes Steve Carell
Features screen captures of the comedian, Steve Carell, on The Daily Show and the lyrics to the song that he and Stephen Colbert sang on the closing credits of the show. From Anita's Daily Show Page.
- MSNBC: Steve Carell Braves His 'Office' Job
Feature article about actor Steve Carell playing the U.S. version of the smarmy boss on the TV series, The Office, which originated from the BBC's original comedy series.
- Steve Carell: Boy Wonder
Archive Steve Carell fansite includes interviews, chat transcripts, and screen captures from his Daily Show segments.
- Steve Carell Plays Cop in "Sleepover"
Interview with comedian/actor, Steve Carell, about his role in the movie, Sleepover, as well as his parts in Anchorman and Bruce Almighty. From About.com.
- Q&A With The Office's Steve Carell
TV boss Steve Carell, talks about taking on the role of Michael Scott, an American version of BBC's David Brent. From the New York Metro.