Molly is an actress and comedian who was a cast member of “Saturday Night Live” for seven seasons. After her time there, she went on to perform in numerous roles such as “Night at the Roxbury”, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”, and the wild, hilarious ride that is “Talladega Nights.”
She has been nominated for multiple Emmys and other awards too! She is a wonderful comedian and has more stuff coming soon! Keep a look out for her next work!
Doris Roberts' career spans seven decades, and she’s earned five (!) Primetime Emmys for her work! Best known for playing Raymond's mother in the CBS sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond,” she is so much more than a television actress.
She has also performed on Broadway, where she started her career, and on the silver screen. She is a hilarious woman and now enjoys spending retirement with her kids and grandchildren in St. Louis.
Best known for her roles in “Scary Movie” and "House Bunny” Anna has been making audiences laugh on the big and small screens. She was born in Baltimore and moved to Washington State around the age of 6. Initially, acting wasn't going to be her main career.
She actually thought she would act on the side and then write a book as her main source of income, but a last-minute decision to turn down a receptionist job in London and move to LA set her down the path of stardom! She found a successful career in acting as well in the podcast realm. She dishes out advice to her fans through her popular podcast "Unqualified."
Most millennials know her as Ms. Frizzle from the “Magic School Bus” rather than Lily, but Lily is much more than that. She was born in Detroit, Michigan, and then went on to become an actress, comedian, writer, singer, and producer.
Her breakout role was on the Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In Variety Show from 1969 to 1973 and has earned a Golden Globe, a Grammy, two Tonys, and seven Emmys. She is an extremely decorated individual, and her humor lives on to this day!
Gilda is comedy royalty. She was cast as one of the original seven cast members of "Saturday Night Live," and her performance on the show earned her an Emmy.
Since her time on the show, she received a Grammy for Best Spoken Word Recording for “It's Always Something”, got her name on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and married Gene Wilder. Today, her legacy lives on — husband Gene Wilder established the Gilda Radner Hereditary Cancer Program to screen high-risk patients. While she is no longer with us, she will always be remembered as a true comic and lover of life.