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      Steve Carr

      Steve Carr

      Highest Rated: 67% Freaky Friday (2018)

      Lowest Rated: 5% Movie 43 (2013)

      Birthday: Not Available

      Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, USA

      Director Steve Carr may be best known for helming madcap comedies like the Kevin James-fronted crime caper "Paul Blart: Mall Cop," but Carr's directing career evolved out of an early ambition to be an artist. After training as a painter and illustrator at Manhattan's prestigious School of Visual Arts, Carr started his own design company, The Drawing Board, and approached Def Jam Records founder Russell Simmons about designing album covers for the label's kinetic stock of hip-hop artists. Before long, hip-hop stars like Jay-Z, Public Enemy and Lauren Hill were calling upon Carr to apply his visionary aesthetic to their music videos as a director. His successes within this medium inspired rapper Ice Cube to hire Carr to direct the sequel to his urban stoner comedy "Friday." Carr made his directorial film debut in 2000 with "Next Friday," which was a hit with audiences. From there, he was hired to helm another sequel, "Dr. Doolittle 2," a talking-animals, family-comedy that starred A-list funnyman Eddie Murphy. He'd go on to reteam with Murphy on the parenthood comedy "Daddy Day Care" and with Ice Cube the suburbs-set sequel to "Are We There Yet?," "Are We Done Yet?." Carr's high-energy approach to comedy has made him a sought-after director in the genre, and so he continues to craft wildly funny features with an ever-expanding cast of willing comedians.


      Steve Carr at arrivals for MIDDLE SCHOOL: THE WORST YEARS OF MY LIFE Premiere, Regal E-Walk Stadium 13 & RPX, New York, NY October 1, 2016. Photo By: Derek Storm/Everett Collection DADDY DAY CARE, Eddie Murphy, Kevin Nealon, director Steve Carr on the set, 2003, (c) Columbia ARE WE DONE YET?, Ice Cube, director Steve Carr, producer Matt Alvarez, producer Todd Garner, Nia Long, on set, 2007. ©Sony Pictures DADDY DAY CARE, Jeff Garlin, Khamani Griffin, Eddie Murphy, director Steve Carr on the set, 2003, (c) Columbia DADDY DAY CARE, Director Steve Carr on the set, 2003, (c) Columbia ARE WE DONE YET?, John C. McGinley, director Steve Carr, on set, 2007. ©Sony Pictures ARE WE DONE YET?, John C. McGinley, Ice Cube, director Steve Carr, on set, 2007. ©Sony Pictures NEXT FRIDAY, director Steve Carr, on set, 2000. ©New Line Cinema



      67% 70% 5lbs of Pressure Executive Producer - 2024
      67% 20% Freaky Friday Director,
      Executive Producer
      - 2018
      64% 59% Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life Director $20.0M 2016
      5% 24% Movie 43 Director $8.8M 2013
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Held Up Director - 2010
      34% 43% Paul Blart: Mall Cop Director $146.3M 2009
      8% 26% Mama's Boy Executive Producer - 2007
      7% 31% Are We Done Yet? Director,
      Executive Producer
      $49.6M 2007
      No Score Yet 42% Santa Baby Executive Producer - 2006
      14% 38% Rebound Director $16.8M 2005
      27% 48% Daddy Day Care Director $104.1M 2003
      41% 26% Dr. Dolittle 2 Director $113.0M 2001
      21% 76% Next Friday Director $57.2M 2000