Steve Burns is an American TV personality with a net worth of $10 million dollars. Steve played in a number of groups growing up and studied theatre at DeSales University in Pennsylvania. Though Nick executives did not need to hire Burns, he examined the finest with focus groups and turned the show into an overnight hit. Burns immediately became popular with mothers and preteen girls, and got a place on “People” magazine’s list of most eligible bachelors in the United States. “Blue’s Clues” ran for six years with Burns and he finally left to continue a movie and music career.
Steve Burns Net Worth $10 Million Dollars
His debut record, “Songs for Dustmites”, released in 2003 and his follow up, “Deep Sea Recovery Efforts”, came out six years after. Burns was portion of a group, Steve Burns and the Struggle, and appeared in a number of films, including “Netherbeast Incorporated” and “Christmas on Mars”. He’s become the topic of several strange gossips involving drug addiction and his departure. Burns was made to appear on “The Rosie O’Donnell Show” and “Today” to fight the false rumors of his departure and heroin overdose.
Performing in Amadeus as the title role at DeSales University in Pennsylvania. [June 2007]
Releasing first CD, called "Songs for Dustmites" on August 12th. This CD is in no way affiliated with 'Blue's Clues' and is not a children's CD. [August 2003]
Attended DeSales University in Center Valley, Pennsylvania. He dropped out his Sophomore year to do Blues Clues.
Showed up for his initial interview for "Blue's Clues" with long hair, an earring, and Army fatigue pants. Got the job despite this choice of wardrobe and the fact that he had never worked with children.
Recorded an album with Flaming Lips member Steven Drozd, entitled "Songs for Dustmites.".
Reported in January 8, 2001 issue of Time magazine that he would no longer be on "Blue's Clues".