When Actor Steve Carell Used To Wait Tables, He Once Served Alice Cooper

When actor Steve Carell used to wait tables, he once served Alice Cooper
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During a recent appearance on The Tonight Show (hosted by Jimmy Fallon), actor Steve Carell shared a really neat story about how he had met shock-rocker Alice Cooper back in the day. You may know Carell from a variety of movies and shows he has been part of (like The Office, The 40 Year Old Virgin, and much more).

While on the show, Jimmy Fallon pulls out a framed photo that features both Steve Carell and that of Alice Cooper, making the joke that the two look alike. Fallon then asks Carell if he has ever met Alice, to which Carell says he has. Prior to his career as an actor, Carell waited tables in Chicago; during one of his shifts, he ended up meeting and serving Alice Cooper! Carell goes on to say that Alice was a real sweet and nice guy. You can find a video below that includes the segment where Carell is talking about Alice:

Alice Cooper even tweet’d out a brief clip that features Carell talking about their interaction:

Alice Cooper recently shared some really incredible advice for young bands to consider. If you want to learn what that advice involves, follow the link directly below.

‘I treat the guy that sweeps the stage with the same respect as the guitarist’: Alice Cooper’s advice for young bands

Alice Cooper: “We Put Money Aside for Our Crew (During the Pandemic)…I Think All Responsible Bands Did That”

In September, Alice will be coming through North America on a brand new tour. You can find all the dates and locations associated with that tour below.

  • 9/7 — Bethlehem, PA — Wind Creek Event Center
    9/9 — Alton, VA— Blue Ridge Rock Festival
    9/11 — Windsor, ON — The Colosseum @ Caesar’s
    9/13 — Buffalo, NY — Shea’s Buffalo
    9/14 — Binghamton, NY — Visions Arena
    9/16 — Albany, NY — The Palace Theater
    9/17 — Atlantic City, NJ — Tropicana Casino & Resort
    9/18 — Wallingford, CT — Toyota Oakdale Theatre
    9/20 — Muncie, IN — Emens Auditorium
    9/21 — Grand Rapids, MI — DeVos Hall
    9/22 — Hammond, IN — The Venue @ Horseshoe Casino
    9/24 — Louisville, KY — Louder than Life Festival
    9/25 — Chattanooga, TN — Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium
    9/27 — Memphis, TN — Orpheum Theater
    9/28 — St.Louis, MO — Stifel Theatre
    9/30 — Cedar Rapids, IA — Paramount Theater
    10/1 — Springfield, IL — Bank of Springfield Center
    10/4 — Loveland, CO — Budweiser Event Center
    10/6 — Prescott Valley, AZ — Findlay Toyota Center
    10/8 — Las Vegas, NV — TBA
    4/12 — Edmonton, AB — Northern Jubilee Auditorium
    4/14 — Calgary, AB — Winsport Arena
    4/15 —  Penticton, BC — South Okanagan Events Center
    4/16 — Abbotsford, BC — Abbotsford Ent & Sports Centre
    4/19 — Portland, OR — Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
    4/20 — Seattle, WA — McCaw Hall
    4/22 — Reno, NV — Grand Sierra Resort
    4/23 — Paso Robles, CA — Vina Robles Amphitheatre
    4/24 — Los Angeles, CA — Greek Theatre