Steve Burns Net Worth

Steve Burns is an American TV personality, actor, musician, writer, director and producer. Steve Burns Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $5 Million. Explore more about Steve Burns‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His yearly income 500,000 and monthly income 50,000.

Steve Burns Full name Steve Michael Burns. His nick Name was Steve Burns. Steve Burns now 49 Years old .

Steve Burns Father Joseph  and his Mother Janet.

Steve Burns Spouse  was  N/A

He was born in 9 October 1973  in Boyertown, Pennsylvania, United states of america.

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Steve 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. Steve appeared in nearly 100 episodes of the series, and in his final episode in 2002, he introduced the audience to his replacement, Donovan Patton, as his brother, “Joe.” Burns said of his decision to leave, “I knew I wasn’t going to be doing children’s television all my life, mostly because I refused to lose my hair on a kid’s TV show, and it was happening, fast.” “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 made headlines in September 2021 when he appeared in a video as his “Blue’s Clues” character in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the series. He addressed his now grown-up fans, saying, “You remember how when we were younger we used to run around and hang out with Blue and find clues and talk to Mr. Salt and freak about the mail and do all the fun stuff, and then one day I was like, ‘Oh hey, guess what? Big news — I’m leaving’…and we didn’t see each other for like, a really long time?  I realize that was kind of abrupt.” He added, “I guess I just wanted to say, that after all these years, I never forgot you, ever. And I’m super glad we’re still friends.”

From 2006 to 2010, Burns narrated “Roll Play,” an interactive children’s show that aired on Treehouse TV. In 2003,  he released his debut album, “Songs for Dustmites,” and several tracks featured Steven Drozd of The Flaming Lips. Steve 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.” Steve teamed up with Drozd again (as well as the rest of The Flaming Lips) in the 2008 science-fiction film “Christmas on Mars.” He 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. Burns appeared in a DeSales University production of “Amadeus” in 2007, followed by “The Comedy of Errors” in 2011. In 2018, he appeared on the children’s album “Building Blocks” by Grammy-winning musician Tim Kubart.