When thinking back to the shows of our childhoods, Nick Jr. Last year, we were elated to hear that the children's series was getting a reboot: Steve and Joe were replaced by their "cousin" Josh Joshua Dela Cruz , and the adorable Blue has even become slightly more cuddle-able if that was even possible thanks to a subtle CGI revamp. While theories about why the original host, Steve, left the show abound officially, the actor has said it was time as he was balding and the other crew members he started the show with were beginning to move on from Blue's Clues , much less is known about Joe played by Donovan Patton , who filled his shoes during Seasons 5 and 6. So what is Donovan up to these days, and why did Joe leave Blue's Clues? Keep reading for answers. When actor Donovan Patton initially auditioned to host Blues Clues , he admits he thought that the show would be about music or blues in some capacity. But he was ultimately cast as Steve's younger and taller brother as the former was "setting off to college" , and was given the name of Joe, which led him to become the only character who was not named after his actor. Audiences loved Joe on the show, and he became a hit among preschoolers. He remained on the show for 50 episodes until the series ended in , and probably would have stayed on the show if Blue's Clues hadn't decided to end around its year milestone anniversary. Donovan had a great time working on Blue's Clues because, he said, "I got to go be a kid for 12 hours a day.
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Donovan Patton born March 1, is an American actor, voice actor, host and singer. Series co-creator Angela Santomero stated that Patton brought Joe , his character, closer to the preschool viewer, as Joe was more willing to "jump into a problem rather than figure it out first like Steve. Patton was born on a U. He has an older brother, Casey.
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