Steve Carell on the cover of Hollywood ReporterAugust 7, 2012 at 10:09 am | Posted in magazine industry, photography, pop culture, typography | Leave a comment
Tags: comedy, daily show, Frank W. Ockenfels, hollywood reporter, magazine, steve carell, the office
How dashing is this photograph of Steve Carell on the cover of Hollywood Reporter? I just finally watched Crazy, Stupid, Love and it’s amazing how a good haircut and ensemble can improve a person’s looks. Ha. I’ve always loved Carell starting with his Daily Show gig from the early aughts. From this interview, he seems like a really down-to-earth guy who hasn’t let stardom overtake his ego. It says Carell “…turns 50 on August 16, is a Catholic and a deeply devoted family man. He tries to keep his comedy from feeling mean-spirited. ‘It’s not like I want to put sunshine and lollipops into the world,’ he says. ‘But I do believe there’s been a turn toward an uber-cynical point of view, and it’s borderline mean.'” Love him even more! You can see more photographs from the Hollywood Reporter here, taken by Frank W. Ockenfels, who’s taken photos of a bazillion celebs. It’s worth a peak at his portfolio too.