Steve Burns is an American actor, musician, producer, director, and television host know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||9 October 1973|
|Place of Birth||Boyertown, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
|Siblings||Karen Burns, Jennifer Burns|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $2 Million|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Steven Michael Burns is an American actor, musician, producer, director, and television host. He is best known as the original host of the long-running children’s preschool television program Blue’s Clues from 1996 until 2002, for which he was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in 2001.
Burns made an appearance on The Rosie O’Donnell Show to dispel these rumors,and he and co-creator Angela Santomero appeared on The Today Show to help concerned parents extinguish the fears of kids who may have heard these rumors
Early Life and Family
Burns was born in Boyertown, Pennsylvania, to Joseph Burns Jr and Janet Burns. He has two sisters. His father served in the US Navy and later became the human resources director of Safeguard Business Systems.He attended Boyertown Area Senior High School in Berks County, graduating in 1992.
Burns played in bands called Sudden Impact US, Nine Pound Truck, and the Ivys (which he has called a “Morrissey rip-off band”) while in high school and college.He studied theatre under an acting scholarship at DeSales University in Center Valley, Pennsylvania, in the Lehigh Valley, where he was discovered by an agent.He dropped out of school and moved to New York City to then become a professional actor.
Steve Burns Wife, Is he Married
No, Steve is not married as there are no signs of a partner on social media. However, it’s not clear whether he is in a relationship in 2021.The actor is secretive when it comes to his personal life and there are no pictures with a significant one on Instagram.
Steve Burns Net Worth
Steven Michael Burns is an American actor, musician, producer, director, and television host who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million – $2 Million in 2021.
Blue’s Clues was an instant hit due to Burns’s performances as much as the show’s 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 included Burns in their annual list of America’s most eligible bachelors.
After nearly six years and 100 episodes,Burns announced that he would be departing Blue’s Clues in 2002.Burns’s departure caused a resurface of the rumors that had circulated about him since 1998. Burns replied, “The rumor mill surrounding me has always been really strange.
“Some of these “specious claims” included death from a heroin overdose, being killed in a car accident, and, like what was rumored to have happened to Paul McCartney in 1966, him having been replaced with a look-alike.
Burns made an appearance on The Rosie O’Donnell Show to dispel these rumors,and he and co-creator Angela Santomero appeared on The Today Show to help concerned parents extinguish the fears of kids who may have heard these rumors.
In September 2021, for the 25th anniversary of Blue’s Clues and nearly 20 years since departing the series, Burns, in his television persona, released a video directed at the older fans of the show who grew up watching him about going off to college and how far he and the viewers had come since the show premiered.
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 Blue’s Clues in 2002, and it was released in 2003.
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.Burns made a guest appearance on Tim Kubart’s 2018 children’s album Building Blocks.
September 8, 2021 marked the 25th anniversary of the premiere of Nick Jr.’s ’90s classic, children’s TV show Blue’s Clues. To commemorate the occasion, the original host Steve Burns makes a nostalgic return.
In a newly released video, Burns links up with his fellow Blue’s Clues alum Donovan Patton and Josh Dela Cruz, Blue’s Clues & You! star. The clip brings forwards the different generations of the show while another sees Steve address his departure from the show all these years. Steve explains, “I never forgot you, ever, and I’m super glad we’re still friends,” tugging at audiences’ heartstrings.Nickelodeon has once called Blue’s Clues one of its most successful and critically acclaimed preschool TV shows.