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|children = 1}}'''Stephen Glenn "Steve" Martin''' is an American actor, comedian, writer, producer, and musician who is best known for writing ''{{WikipediaLink|The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour}}'', and later appearing as a frequent guest on ''{{WikipediaLink|The Tonight Show}}''. He is also well-known for his film roles as Tom Baker in ''{{WikipediaLink|Cheaper by the Dozen (2003 film)|Cheaper by the Dozen}}'' and its [[2005]] {{WikipediaLink|Cheaper by the Dozen 2|sequel}}, as well as [[w:c:hero:Inspector Clouseau|Inspector Clouseau]] in ''{{WikipediaLink|The Pink Panther (film)|The Pink Panther}}'' and its [[2009]] {{WikipediaLink|The Pink Panther 2|sequel}} and Neal Page in the [[1987]] buddy comedy, ''{{WikipediaLink|Planes, Trains and Automobiles|Planes, Trains and Automobiles}}''.
 
|children = 1}}'''Stephen Glenn "Steve" Martin''' is an American actor, comedian, writer, producer, and musician who is best known for writing ''{{WikipediaLink|The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour}}'', and later appearing as a frequent guest on ''{{WikipediaLink|The Tonight Show}}''. He is also well-known for his film roles as Tom Baker in ''{{WikipediaLink|Cheaper by the Dozen (2003 film)|Cheaper by the Dozen}}'' and its [[2005]] {{WikipediaLink|Cheaper by the Dozen 2|sequel}}, as well as [[w:c:hero:Inspector Clouseau|Inspector Clouseau]] in ''{{WikipediaLink|The Pink Panther (film)|The Pink Panther}}'' and its [[2009]] {{WikipediaLink|The Pink Panther 2|sequel}} and Neal Page in the [[1987]] buddy comedy, ''{{WikipediaLink|Planes, Trains and Automobiles|Planes, Trains and Automobiles}}''.
   
Martin has had a long-time connection with [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]], selling guidebooks and working at the Main Street Magic Shop at [[Disneyland]] as his first job and learning comedy from [[Wally Boag]] over at the Golden Horseshoe Revue. He states in his autobiography that Boag was one of his earliest influences in comedy.
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Martin has had a long-time connection with [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]], selling guidebooks and working at the Main Street Magic Shop at [[Disneyland]] as his first job and learning comedy from [[Wally Boag]] over at the [[Golden Horseshoe Saloon|Golden Horseshoe Revue]]. He states in his autobiography that Boag was one of his earliest influences in comedy.
   
 
Years later, he would guest-star on ''[[w:c:muppet:The Muppet Show|The Muppet Show]]'' and portray the insolent waiter in ''[[w:c:muppet:The Muppet Movie|The Muppet Movie]]'' and George Banks in [[Touchstone Pictures]]' ''[[Father of the Bride]]'' and [[Father of the Bride Part II|its sequel]]. He was also one of the Interstitial Hosts for ''[[Fantasia 2000]]'' and in [[2005]], alongside [[Donald Duck]], would host the attraction ''[[Disneyland: The First 50 Magical Years]]'' to celebrate the park's 50th anniversary.
 
Years later, he would guest-star on ''[[w:c:muppet:The Muppet Show|The Muppet Show]]'' and portray the insolent waiter in ''[[w:c:muppet:The Muppet Movie|The Muppet Movie]]'' and George Banks in [[Touchstone Pictures]]' ''[[Father of the Bride]]'' and [[Father of the Bride Part II|its sequel]]. He was also one of the Interstitial Hosts for ''[[Fantasia 2000]]'' and in [[2005]], alongside [[Donald Duck]], would host the attraction ''[[Disneyland: The First 50 Magical Years]]'' to celebrate the park's 50th anniversary.
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*He has stated that his hair started to turn prematurely gray when he was in his late twenties and became completely white by his mid-forties. 
 
*He has stated that his hair started to turn prematurely gray when he was in his late twenties and became completely white by his mid-forties. 
 
*He was also considered to voice [[Genie]] in ''[[Aladdin (1992 film)|Aladdin]]''.
 
*He was also considered to voice [[Genie]] in ''[[Aladdin (1992 film)|Aladdin]]''.
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*He was considered to voice [[Woody]] in ''[[Toy Story]]''.
 
*He was also considered for the role of [[Jack Sparrow|Captain Jack Sparrow]] in Disney's ''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl]]''.
 
*He was also considered for the role of [[Jack Sparrow|Captain Jack Sparrow]] in Disney's ''[[Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl]]''.
 
*He was also considered for the role of [[Inspector Gadget (character)|Inspector Gadget]] in [[Inspector Gadget (1999 film)|the film of the same name]], along with [[Brendan Fraser]], [[Kevin Kline]], [[Steve Carell]], and [[Chevy Chase]].
 
*He was also considered for the role of [[Inspector Gadget (character)|Inspector Gadget]] in [[Inspector Gadget (1999 film)|the film of the same name]], along with [[Brendan Fraser]], [[Kevin Kline]], [[Steve Carell]], and [[Chevy Chase]].
 
*He was also considered to voice [[Mushu]] in ''[[Mulan]]''.
 
*He was also considered to voice [[Mushu]] in ''[[Mulan]]''.
 
*He was also considered to voice [[Pacha]] in ''[[The Emperor's New Groove]]''.
 
*He was also considered to voice [[Pacha]] in ''[[The Emperor's New Groove]]''.
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*He was also considered to voice [[James P. Sullivan]] in ''[[Monsters, Inc.]]''.
 
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Stephen Glenn "Steve" Martin is an American actor, comedian, writer, producer, and musician who is best known for writing The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, and later appearing as a frequent guest on The Tonight Show. He is also well-known for his film roles as Tom Baker in Cheaper by the Dozen and its 2005 sequel, as well as Inspector Clouseau in The Pink Panther and its 2009 sequel and Neal Page in the 1987 buddy comedy, Planes, Trains and Automobiles.

Martin has had a long-time connection with Disney, selling guidebooks and working at the Main Street Magic Shop at Disneyland as his first job and learning comedy from Wally Boag over at the Golden Horseshoe Revue. He states in his autobiography that Boag was one of his earliest influences in comedy.

Years later, he would guest-star on The Muppet Show and portray the insolent waiter in The Muppet Movie and George Banks in Touchstone Pictures' Father of the Bride and its sequel. He was also one of the Interstitial Hosts for Fantasia 2000 and in 2005, alongside Donald Duck, would host the attraction Disneyland: The First 50 Magical Years to celebrate the park's 50th anniversary.

He wrote the upcoming movie Magic Camp.

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