Steve Carell Brings Kids To Disneyland
Steve Carell spent Sunday at the Disneyland theme park in Anaheim, Calif., with his two children and a couple of their pals.
Carell, 51, brought his son John and daughter Elisabeth to the park to enjoy the rides and the Halloween theme. His wife, Nancy Walls, appeared to be absent from the family outing. Responsible for his kids and their two friends, Carell sported a backpack over his red zip up. Attempting to blend in, Carell donned a baseball cap and sunglasses for his day in the park.
Throughout the fun-filled day at Disneyland, Carell rode a rollercoaster and posed with a pumpkin-costumed Donald Duck while wearing Halloween-themed Mickey Mouse ears. He was also caught on camera indulging in a chocolate ice cream bar while sitting out one of the rides.
Since abandoning his role of Michael Scott on The Office in 2011, Carell has been focused on his film career. Incidentally, he’s currently filming the new Disney film Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible No Good, Very Bad Day. Jennifer Garner plays his wife in the family flick, while 12-year-old Australian actor Ed Oxenbould plays their son Alexander.
Though Carell is known for his comedy roles and voice acting in children’s animated movies such as the Despicable Me films, the actor will next appear in crime/sports drama Foxcatcher. In Foxcatcher, Carell plays paranoid schizophrenic John DuPont, who murders Olympic Wrestling Champion Dave Schultz.
– Chelsea Regan