He acted in the revue, "Truth, Justice, or the American Way", at the Second City Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Amy Sedaris
and Paul Dinello
also in the cast. The crew included director Tom Gianas
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(2005, on originally wanting to be a lawyer) Being a lawyer just sounded good to me. Kind of like how being a doctor or being an astrophysicist or a microbiologist sounds good. But it took a complete turn when I was filling out my law-school application. I couldn't answer the essay question, which was, Why do you want to be an attorney? I had absolutely no idea. Uh, to make a lot of money and sue...
His paternal grandfather, Ernest Caroselli, was an Italian emigrant, from Bari, Italy, and his paternal grandmother, Marie G. Egle, was of German ancestry. Steve's maternal grandparents, Zigmund Koch and Frances Victoria Tolosky, were of Polish origin. Steve's father was born under the surname "Caroselli", which he changed to "Carell" before Steve was born.
Often plays characters who derive humor from awkward situations