Eddie Steeples

Actor, Writer, Director
With his wild hair and affable demeanor, Eddie Steeples first made an impact as the "Rubber Band Man," the happy, dancing office supply delivery guy in the Office Max commercials, for which he received an Emmy ... Read more »
Born: 11/24/1973 in Texas, USA

Filmography

Actor (11)

Raising Hope 2011 - 2014 (Tv Show)

Actor

Home Alone: The Holiday Heist 2012 - 2013 (TV Show)

Actor

Would You Rather 2013 (Movie)

Cal (Actor)

Zombie Apocalypse 2011 - 2012 (TV Show)

Actor

My Name is Earl 2005 - 2009 (TV Show)

Actor

Celebrity Family Feud 2008 (Tv Show)

Actor

I Know Who Killed Me 2007 (Movie)

Saeed The Prosthetic Tech (Actor)

The 21st Anniversary Soul Train Music Awards 2006 - 2007 (TV Show)

Actor

Akeelah and the Bee 2006 (Movie)

Derrick-T (Actor)

Torque 2004 (Movie)

Rasan (Actor)

Whoa 2001 (Movie)

(Actor)
Producer (1)

In Time 2003 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)

Biography

With his wild hair and affable demeanor, Eddie Steeples first made an impact as the "Rubber Band Man," the happy, dancing office supply delivery guy in the Office Max commercials, for which he received an Emmy nomination in 2004. After making such a giddy impression on viewers, Steeples was able to turn his newfound minor fame into a starring role on the hit NBC "My Name is Earl" (2005- ) - a modern twist on the Schwab's drug store Hollywood discovery.

EDUCATION

St. Louis Repertory Theater

Webster Groves , Missouri

Klein Oak High School in

Spring , Texas 1992

Milestones

2006

Cast in "Akeelah and the Bee," with Laurence Fishburne and Angela Bassett

2005

Co-wrote the film, "Robbers," which he also acted in and co-directed with Chris Sivertson

2005

Cast as Darnell in the NBC comedy "My Name is Earl"

2004

Once again teamed with director Kevin Ford to star in "Lost In The Bush," a feature-film military satire co-starring Brent Roam

2004

Played the dancing office supply delivery person in the OfficeMax "Rubberband Man" commercial

2004

Received recognition for his role of Rasan in the action movie "Torque," with Ice Cube, Faison Love and Jaime Pressly

2002

Played a leading role in Kevin Ford's independent feature, "People Are Dead"

2001

Directed various Mo-Freek productions, as well as serving as a cameraman for the show "Street Team TV," where he filmed artists such as John Mayer, Wycleff Jean, and Cypress Hill

2001

Played the dramatic lead in the award-winning short film, "Whoa"

2000

Cast in director Kevin Ford's "Caravan Summer"

1999

Appeared in the political documentary "Amadou," inspired by the Amadou Diallo police protests in 1998

Joined the avante-garde hip hop group, No Surrender and the experimental movie outfit called "Mo-Freek"; helmed by director Kevin Ford

Bonus Trivia

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Named one of People Magazine's "Sexiest Men" of 2004.

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