1. Steve Martin called becoming a dad at 67 "fantastic" and said, "I think if I'd had a child earlier, I would have been a lousy father because I would have misplaced my attention on my career.
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18. Steve Martin has had a string of high-profile romances in the past, including Bernadette Peters and Carrie Fisher.
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20. Steve Martin continued in that stylistic vein with Rare Bird Alert, on which he performed with the bluegrass band the Steep Canyon Rangers, and Love Has Come for You (2013), a Grammy-winning collaboration with singer-songwriter Edie Brickell.
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24. In 2004, Steve Martin costarred with Bonnie Hunt to reprise the 1950s comedy Cheaper by the Dozen.
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25. In 2003, Steve Martin starred opposite Queen Latifah in the romantic comedy Bringing Down the House, which debuted at a surprising No 1 at the box office.
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26. Steve Martin wrote and starred in the comedy Bowfinger with Eddie Murphy in 1999.
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28. Steve Martin was born August 14, 1945, in Waco, Texas, the son of a real estate executive.
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33. Steve Martin had the band play on his hit song "King Tut", being credited as "The Toot Uncommons".
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34. In 2005, Steve Martin co-hosted Disneyland: The First 50 Magical Years, marking the park's anniversary.
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36. Steve Martin reprised the role in 2009's The Pink Panther 2.
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37. Steve Martin went on to star with Eddie Murphy in the 1999 comedy Bowfinger, which Martin wrote.
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39. In 1979, Steve Martin starred in the comedy film The Jerk, directed by Carl Reiner, and written by Martin, Michael Elias, and Carl Gottlieb.
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41. Steve Martin continued to write, earning an Emmy nomination for his work on Van Dyke and Company in 1976.
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45. Steve Martin was awarded an Honorary Academy Award at the Academy's 5th Annual Governors Awards in 2013.
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46. Steve Martin played just six minutes in Friday's win over Washington, and he's yet to score more than six points in.
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48. Steve Martin could pick up increased minutes Sunday if Aaron Gordon doesn't play, John Denton of OrlandoMagic.
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50. Steve Martin is located at the address 2646 Aero Dr in Grand Prairie, Texas 75052.
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56. Steve Martin made his first appearance on The Grand Ole Opry on May 30, 2009.
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57. In 2009, Steve Martin released his first all-music album, The Crow: New Songs for the 5-String Banjo with appearances from stars such as Dolly Parton.
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61. In 2016, Steve Martin made a rare return to comedy, opening for Jerry Seinfeld.
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65. In 2008, Steve Martin appeared with the band, In the Minds of the Living, during a show in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
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68. Steve Martin wrote the story for the Disney movie Magic Camp, which will be released in 2018.
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70. Steve Martin starred in a remake of the comedy Father of the Bride in 1991 and in the 1992 comedy Housesitter, with Goldie Hawn and Dana Delany.
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71. Steve Martin starred in the Ron Howard film Parenthood, with Rick Moranis in 1989.
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73. Steve Martin appeared on 27 Saturday Night Live shows and he guest-hosted 15 times, bested only in number of presentations by host Alec Baldwin.
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74. Along with the other writers for the show, Steve Martin won an Emmy Award in 1969, aged 23.
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