|Boyertown - Pennsylvania
Steve Burns is a TV Actor, and he was born on 9 October - 1973(50 years old) in Pennsylvania. Steve Burns zodiac sign is Libra. More detailed information about Steve Burns given below.
About Steve Burns
Co-creator and original host of Nickelodeon's children's program Blue's Clues, starring in over 100 episodes of the popular animated show.
He left Blues Clues to pursue a music career.
Steve Burns before fame
He formed and was a part of a number of tiny rock bands during his high school and college years.
Achievement of Steve Burns
He left Blues Clues to pursue a career as a musician.
Net Worth 2020
$10 million (2016)
Steve Burns family life
Jennifer and Karen are his two sisters.
Associations of Steve Burns
His earliest triumphs came from guest appearances on shows such as Law & Order with Jeremy Sisto.
Steve Burns Physique Measurements
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Steve Burns Timeline
Burns was born in Boyertown, Pennsylvania. He attended Boyertown Area Senior High School in Berks County, graduating in 1992.
In 1995, Burns auditioned for Blueu0027s Clues, thinking it was another voice-over role. He had long hair and an earring. "I was a bit of a skate rat," he said. Initially, the Nickelodeon executives were not supportive of Burns hosting their new show; in subsequent auditions, the showu0027s creators requested that he dress more conservatively. (Burns reported that the creators, in a call-back phone conversation, asked him, "Could you not look like yourself tomorrow morning?") It became apparent, however, that he was the favorite with preschool test audiences. Executive producer and co-creator Traci Paige Johnson reported that of the 100 people they auditioned, Burns was "the realest." As Dr. Alice Wilder, Nickelodeonu0027s Director of Research and Development, said: "[T]here was just something about this kid, who was fresh out of Pennsylvania, who just knew where to look in the camera to really talk to kids. He was just right."
Blueu0027s Clues was an instant hit due to Burnsu0027s performances as much as the showu0027s format. He became "a superstar" among his audience and their parents, but unknown to everyone else, and enjoyed what he called being a "micro-celebrity, about as small a celebrity as you can be." As the New York Times reported, he "developed an avid following among both preteen girls and mothers. The former send torrents of e-mail; the latter scrutinize the show with an intensity that might make even Elmo, the red Muppet, blush." In 2000, People magazine included Burns in their annual list of Americau0027s most eligible bachelors. According to writer Diane Tracy, Burns was "destined for the part." Also, according to Tracy, Burns was not the typical childrenu0027s television host: "There is nothing syrupy about himu2014his humor is sometimes borderline offbeat, but never inappropriate for preschoolers."
After nearly six years and 100 episodes, Burns announced that he would be departing Blueu0027s Clues in 2002.Burns worked on material for his first album, Songs for Dustmites, for two and a half years at a small studio in his home in Brooklyn before it was produced by PIAS Records in late 2002. He started work on the album after he left Blueu0027s Clues in 2002, and it was released in 2003. He posted eleven songs on his webpage and then realizing he needed help with drums and arrangements went to Steven Drozd of The Flaming Lips for advice. Drozd assisted Burns with six tracks, Lips bassist Michael Ivins engineered the album, and longtime Lips producer David Fridmann produced it. One of the songs from the album, "Mighty Little Man," is used as the opening theme for the CBS series Young Sheldon. Burns appeared on the series in January 2020, playing a Star Trek enthusiast whom the title character meets.
Burns acted in the 2007 horror-comedy film Netherbeast Incorporated with Darrell Hammond and Dave Foley, playing the part of a vampire. In 2008, he played an astronaut in Christmas on Mars, a science fiction film from The Flaming Lips. In March 2012, he appeared in the YouTube comedy series The Professionals.
Burns started a band, Steve Burns and the Struggle, and completed his second album, Deep Sea Recovery Efforts, which was released in 2009. Members of the Struggle include Drozd and Ryan Smith of A Million Billion.
In an interview with The Huffington Post in 2016, Burns addresses the rumors about his departure: "People think I left the show to pursue a music career. That didnu0027t happen at all. I left the show because it was just simply time to go. I was pretty much playing a boyish, older-brotherish kind of character on the show. I was getting older; I was losing my hair; a lot of the original people on the show, like the people who created it, were all moving on to other careers. It just felt like time. I just had a gut feeling like it was time to go."In late 2016, Burns released a childrenu0027s album with Drozd, titled Foreverywhere. They released a video of the albumu0027s first song, "The Unicorn and Princess Rainbow".
Burns made a guest appearance on Tim Kubartu0027s 2018 childrenu0027s album Building Blocks.
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Steve Burns was born on 9 October, 1973.
Steve Burns is from Boyertown - Pennsylvania.
Steve Burns is 50 year old.
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