Stephen Glenn Steve Martin

Stephen Glenn Steve Martin (b. Waco;) (August 14, 1945), is an actor, musician, film producer, screenwriter and novelist American. It has a long and successful track record in all genres.

Biography

Born on 14 August 1945 in Waco, Texas, but spent his childhood in Orange County (California). While student worked at Disneyland (in the shop of magic found on Main Street USA) and at Knott’s Berry Farm, then begin to study philosophy, race abandoned when in the middle of the 1960s got squarely in the world of entertainment. His first steps gave them as a screenwriter, which won an Emmy Award for the famous musical comedy work The Smother Brothers’ Comedy Hours, starring Tom and Dick Smothers.

Already entrenched in the world of the show, his popularity increased when hosted Saturday Night Live. By mid-1970s as had launched his career with songs from his comedies, which won an award for best comedy album Grammy.

In 1979 debuted in film in a movie written by himself, The played, which starred with his first great love the show, Bernardette Peters. This comedy directed by Carl Reiner, who established a successful working relationship with renowned films such as dead customer does not pay (from 1982) and sweet home… at times (1984), among others.

Already for the 1980s came his first superéxitos with Roxanne head, an adaptation of carried film by Fred Schepisi Cyrano de Bergerac. Another of the most important films was three friends, who starred with great comedians like Chevy Chase and Martin Short. At this time, his new partner was director Frank Oz, with whom he worked in films little shop of horrors and A pair of seductive (in the latter with Michael Caine).

His first Golden Globe nominations were for pennies from heaven, Roxanne, and twice I (where he met his first wife Victoria Tennant, who also starred in the film three women for a co-writer; they divorced in 1993), father of the bride and the remake himself wrote of Bowfinger: the mischievous. It was also nominated for the prize by the father of the bride (returns the father of the bride), accompanied by Diane Keaton sequel. After their separation had a short romance with actress Anne Heche, which separated shortly before they started rumours that it was bisexual. Another of its most important work was the presentation of the Academy Awards in 2001, 2003 and by 2010 along with Alec Baldwin. Their recent successes achieved with Cheaper by the Dozen 1 and 2.

Steve Martin is also a writer, as it has published several books of renown, some of them brought to film and starring himself, like Shopgirl. He is now in full production of Picasso at the Lapin Agile.

Filmography

As an actor

In film

Year       Title       Character

2009       The Pink Panther 2          Inspector Jacques Clouseau

2009       It’s Complicated                Adam

2007       The Simpsons    Ray Patterson voice

2006       The Pink Panther             Inspector Jacques Clouseau

2005       Cheaper by the Dozen 2               Tom Baker

2005       Shopgirl                Ray Porter

2003       An intrusa family              Peter Sanderson

2003       Cheaper by the Dozen   Tom Baker

2002       Looney Tunes: back in action      President of ACME

2001       Novocaine          Dr. Frank Sangster

2000       Joe Gould’s Secret           Charlie Duell

1999       Bowfinger: Director-mad              Bobby Bowfinger

1999       The Out-of-Towners      Henry Clark

1998       Prince Egypt       Hotep (voice)

1997       The Spanish Prisoner      Julian ‘Jimmy’ Dell

1996       Sergeant Bilko   Master Sergeant Ernest g. Bilko

1995       Again the father of the bride      George Banks

1994       Mixed Nuts        Philip

1994       To simple twist of Fate Michael McCann

1993       And the band continued playing               The Brother

1992       Leap of Faith      Jonas Nightengale

1992       HouseSitter        Newton Davis

1991       Grand Canyon   Davis