Steve Burns Net Worth (May, 2023): Facts, Earnings, Age, Height, Wife

Steve Burns Net Worth: $5 Million (approx.)

Net Worth:$5 Million (approx.)
Date of Birth:Oct 9, 1973
Age:49 years
Height:5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Profession:Singer, Actor
Nationality:United States of America

Steve Burns net worth is around $5 million. Steve Burns is a famous American TV personality, actor, musician, writer, director, producer.

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Steve Burns has appeared in the films “Marie and Bruce” (2004), “Netherbeast Incorporated” (2007), and “Christmas on Mars” (2008), and he has guest-starred on “Law & Order” (1995), “Homicide: Life on the Street” (1998), “Yes, Dear” (2000), and “Young Sheldon” (2020). Steve Burns has also released three albums, “Songs for Dustmites” (2003), “Deep Sea Recovery Efforts” (2009), and “Foreverywhere” (2017), and his song “Mighty Little Man” is the theme song for “Young Sheldon.”

What is steve burns net worth?:

Steve Burns net worth is around $5 million dollars in 2022. Steve Burns is well known for hosting the long-running TV program “Blue’s Clues” from 1996 to 2002. Steve Burns also served as a producer on the series.

Steve Burns is credited as a writer, director, and consulting producer on “Blue’s Clues & You,” which began airing in 2019 and is hosted by Joshua Dela Cruz.

Steve Burns Houses:

In 2008, Steve Burns moved into a 2,180 square foot home in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood. The home was a garage and woodshop, but it was converted into a two-bedroom, three-bathroom house with 28-foot ceilings and wood walls. Steve Burns put the home on the market for $3.35 million in November 2020.

Steve Burns Biography:

BornSteven Michael Burns
October 9, 1973 (age 49)
Boyertown, Pennsylvania, U.S.
OccupationActor,television host, musician
Years active1995–present
Musical career
GenresIndie rock, alternative rock
LabelsPIAS Recordings

Steve Burns was born Steven Michael Burns on October 9, 1973, in Boyertown, Pennsylvania.

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He grew up with mother Janet, father Joseph, and older sisters Jennifer and Karen. Joseph worked as a human resources director at Safeguard Business Systems after leaving the U.S. Navy, and sadly, he passed away from cancer in 2015.

Steve graduated from Boyertown Area Senior High School in 1992, then he attended DeSales University on an acting scholarship. As a high school and college student, Burns played in the bands Nine Pound Truck, Sudden Impact US, and the Ivys.

His performance in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” during the 1995 Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival led to Steve signing with an agent, and he left school and moved to New York City to pursue an acting career. Burns started out as a voice-over artist for commercials, and he landed guest-starring roles on “Law & Order” and “VeggieTales Classics!” in the mid-1990s.

Steve Burns TV Career:

Steve Burns auditioned for “Blue’s Clues” in 1995 with “long hair, an earring, and Army fatigue pants.” Though Nickelodeon executives initially didn’t support the idea of Burns as the host, the creators of the show asked him to dress more conservatively for his subsequent auditions, and he got the job. An instant hit, “Blue’s Clues” premiered on September 8, 1996.

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Steve Burns featured in nearly 100 episodes of the series, and in his final episode in 2002, Steve Burns introduced the audience to his replacement, Donovan Patton, as his brother, “Joe.”

“Blue’s Clues” ended in 2006, and in 2019, Burns and Patton reprised their roles in the first episode of the “Blue’s Clues” revival, “Blue’s Clues & You!,” to introduce viewers to the new host, their cousin “Josh.”

Steve Burns made headlines in 2021 when he appeared in a video as his “Blue’s Clues” character in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the series.

From 2006 to 2010, Steve Burns narrated “Roll Play,” an interactive children’s show that aired on Treehouse TV. In 2003, Steve Burns released his debut album, “Songs for Dustmites,” and several tracks featured Steven Drozd of The Flaming Lips.

Steve Burns then formed the band Steve Burns and the Struggle, releasing the album “Deep Sea Recovery Efforts” in 2009. In 2016, using the name STEVENSTEVEN, Burns and Drozd released the children’s album “Foreverywhere” and made a video for the song “The Unicorn and Princess Rainbow.”

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Steve teamed up with Drozd again in the 2008 science-fiction film “Christmas on Mars.” Steve Burns played vampire Otto Granberry in the 2007 film “Netherbeast Incorporated” alongside Darrell Hammond, Dave Foley, and Jason Mewes, and he appeared in the YouTube series “The Professionals” in 2012.

Steve Burns appeared in a DeSales University production of “Amadeus” in 2007, followed by “The Comedy of Errors” in 2011. In 2018, Steve Burns appeared on the children’s album “Building Blocks” by Grammy-winning musician Tim Kubart.

Steve Burns family:

Steve Burns was featured on “People” magazine’s “America’s 100 Most Eligible Bachelors” list in 2000, and he stated that he was looking for “a cross between Christy Turlington, Gwen Stefani and Janeane Garofalo.”

Steve Burns has been the subject of many rumors involving drug addiction and his death. Steve Burns had to appear on “The Rosie O’Donnell Show” and “Today” to combat the false rumors of his death and heroin overdose.

Steve Burns Awards:

In 2001, Steve Burns received a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Performer in a Children’s Series for “Blue’s Clues.” Steve Burns also earned a nomination for Outstanding Preschool Children’s Series for “Blue’s Clues & You!” In 2020.