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Stephen Root net worth:
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Stephen Root information

Birth date: November 17, 1951
Birth place: Sarasota, Florida, United States
Height:5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Profession:Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality:United States of America
Spouse:Romy Rosemont (m. 2008), Laura Joan Hase (m. ?–1997)
Children:Cody Root
Parents:Rolland Clair Root, Leona Estelle Root

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Stephen Root is an American actor and voice actor. He is best known for his comedic work - as Jimmy James on the TV sitcom NewsRadio, as Milton Waddams in the film Office Space and as the voices of Bill Dauterive and Buck Strickland in the animated series King of the Hill. H... Wikipedia

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Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2008 Gold Derby Award Gold Derby Awards Ensemble Cast No Country for Old Men (2007) · Javier Bardem
· Josh Brolin
· Barry Corbin
· Garret Dillahunt
· Tess Harper
· Woody Harrelson
· Tommy Lee Jones
· Kelly Macdonald

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2012 BTVA Special/DVD Voice Acting Award Behind the Voice Actors Awards Best Vocal Ensemble in a TV Special/Direct-to-DVD Title or Theatrical Short Tom and Jerry & The Wizard of Oz (2011) · Grey DeLisle
· Kath Soucie
· Michael Gough
· Rob Paulsen
· Todd Stashwick
· Laraine Newman
· Joe Alaskey
· Frances Conroy
2005 MTV Movie Award MTV Movie Awards Best On-Screen Team Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004) · Vince Vaughn
· Christine Taylor
· Justin Long
· Alan Tudyk
· Joel David Moore
· Chris Williams
1996 CableACE CableACE Awards Supporting Actor in a Movie or Miniseries The Road to Galveston (1996)


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#Fact
1 As of 2015, has appeared in three films that were nominated for the Best Picture Oscar: Ghost (1990), No Country for Old Men (2007) and Selma (2014). No Country for Old Men (2007) won in the category.
2 Had filmed scenes for Kindergarten Cop (1990) that were later cut out of the final film.
3 With his part as the squirrelly "Milton Waddams" in the cult classic Office Space (1999), Root has developed a fan base; he has said that, from time to time, fans of the movie will either mail him or give him, in person, a red Swingline stapler.
4 He is in the theatrical trailer for White Oleander (2002) although his scenes were cut from the film itself (other then a very brief voice-over).
5 Has a teenage son.
6 Appeared in three movies with Ben Affleck: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992), Jersey Girl (2004) and Surviving Christmas (2004).
7 Did voice-over work with former Office Space (1999) costar Gary Cole, for the Kim Possible (2002) series.
8 Donated $100,000 to the University of Florida in 2003 to fund an acting studio, which is now called the Stephen Root Acting Studio.

#Quote
1 [on his role in Ghost (1990)] That was fun. It was one of the first couple of films that I did in New York. Doing Broadway, you are able to get in to some film auditions at the same time. I did Ghost (1990) and Crocodile Dundee II (1988) within two or three months of each other. It was great to work with 'Demi (Moore)'. We both had little kids at the time. We talked mostly about that.
2 [on his early TV work] I enjoyed doing Night Court (1984), because Harry Anderson actually wrote me a second episode that I came and did for them. They were all fun. I did a lot of '(Steven) Bochco' stuff-Civil Wars (1991), NYPD Blue (1993). It was all fun. I got to do Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987). I was a lawyer one day and a Klingon the next.
3 (2007) My goal as an actor was to work-to be a working actor, whether it was in theater, and, well, I didn't even consider film and television when I was in New York, but what came along, came along. So, in that sense, I have achieved my goal of being a working actor. And luckily enough, I have recognition to be able to do jobs that I want to do instead of doing jobs for money, which is an enviable position to be in. It's what you work for your whole life anyway, to take jobs that interest you and not jobs that are just crap.
4 My whole career, I've tried to bounce back and forth between everything, and not get typed out. I've done a pretty good job of not getting typed. So I'll do a lot of comedy, and then I'll not do comedy for a year, do The West Wing (1999) and then do something else. You have to remind casting directors out here that you don't just do one thing. There's a lot of people who do just one thing.
5 [on coming up with the voice for "Bill", his character on King of the Hill (1997)] I have done a lot of Southern theater; I came out of the University Of Florida. I did do a lot of Southern plays in New York and regional stuff on the East Coast, so I had done "Driving Miss Daisy" and all of these things. So it was kind of an amalgamation of those things. I actually auditioned for "Dale" first. It didn't feel right to me, so I said, "Let me try this guy". That felt a lot more comfortable.
6 [on making Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004)] Well, it was a lot of hard work. It was like pitching 100 baseballs every day. We were all iced up by the end of the day. It's hard to throw overhand so many times. 'Vince (Vaughn)' started throwing with his left hand one day, because he was just done. It was a very physical shoot. It was fun, but it wasn't without its aches and pains.
7 I'm actually a Midwest kid. My dad was in construction, so we moved around every couple of years. I've lived in Muncie, Indiana, Sioux City, Iowa, Kansas City MO, Glen Rock, Wyoming; all over the Midwest. My Dad moved down to Florida when I was in senior high. It was cheap to go to college in Florida, so I became a Gator for four years. That's where I started doing theater.


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