It’s easy to forget that our favorite comedians can rock the heavy stuff, too! The best actors make us laugh and cry (sometimes in the same breath), and can move seamlessly from genre to genre. Here are 12 sitcom stars who have (impressively) transitioned from comedy to drama.
The future star of “The Office” brought impressive comedic chops to his audition for the astonishingly dim-witted Brick Tamland—watch what happens when he’s asked to reread a side!
The casting director speaks on working with helmer Bennett Miller to cast Mark Ruffalo, Channing Tatum, and Carell, as well as supporting actors in the wrestling world, for the film based on the true story about the Olympic wrestling Schultz brothers and multimillionaire John du Pont.
Emmy Season is almost upon us! Find out which actors have yet to win an Emmy Award (or even be nominated) for their incredible work on television.
This hit-or-miss magician comedy goes a long way on the strength of lead Steve Carell, its ensemble, and the warmth of its spirit.
Allison Jones will cast "Anchorman 2" with Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, et al., while Laray Mayfield will cast Western "Jane Got a Gun," starring Natalie Portman and Michael Fassbender.
Billy Dowd Casting is casting background actors in Massachusetts for "The Way, Way Back," a new film starring Steve Carell and Toni Collette.