He has mentioned a stepfather, Jeff, whom he despises.
In "Nepotism", it is revealed that Michael had a half-sister, from whom he was estranged from 1995 through 2010.
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Two supporting roles in films helped get the attention of audiences: Bruce Almighty, in which Carell plays Evan Baxter (an arrogant rival to Jim Carrey's character), who gets a humorous comeuppance while co-anchoring the news.
In Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Carell plays another news personality, as slow-witted weatherman Brick Tamland.
In January 2004, Variety reported Steve Carell of the popular Comedy Central program The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, was in talks to play the role.
At the time, he was already committed to another NBC midseason replacement comedy, Come to Papa.
In the old recording being played, he speaks touchingly about what he wanted when he grew up: get married, have "100 kids" so he could then have "100 friends" and none of them could say no to being his friend.
Michael did not attend college, having lost all his tuition money in a pyramid scheme.
In the end of the 7th season, he proposes to HR representative Holly Flax and moves to Colorado to take care of her aging parents, leaving the manager position to Deangelo Vickers in "Goodbye, Michael", to Andy Bernard in season 8 after Vickers becomes brain dead, and ultimately to Dwight Schrute in season 9. NBC programmer Tracy Mc Laughlin suggested Paul Giamatti to producer Ben Silverman for the role of Michael Scott, but the actor declined.