Jane Lynch has an impressive resume. In a career that has spanned television and film, she has earned five Emmy Awards, two Screen Actor Guild Awards, and a Golden Globe.
She is best known for her work on “Glee” but also has had key roles on “Two and a Half Men,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” and hosts “Hollywood Game Night.” In 2013, she received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and is still a force to be reckoned with in the acting world.
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.
An American actress, Allison Janney, is having a fantastic career. So far, she has an Academy Award, a British Academy Film Award, a Golden Globe, seven Primetime Emmys Awards, and two Tony awards. Her career has spanned film, television, and theater, and there is no sign she is stopping soon.
She has been a favorite actress in Hollywood circles and continues to impress with each role. She cemented her legacy as one of the funniest celebrities and even has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Kristen is an actress and singer who actually got her start on Broadway. Luckily for us, she soon made a transition onto our screens. She is best known for her work on "Veronica Mars," and "The Good Place" as well as for voicing Anna in "Frozen."
Her comedic relief is to die for, and her interviews are A1 funny. Even though she is not a comedian by trade, that doesn't mean she won't make your sides hurt laughing.
A graduate of the world-famous Second City and Improv Olympics, Rachel has been performing comedy since 1994. Her breakout role came from being cast in "Saturday Night Live," and has also performed alongside Adam Sandler in “Click,” “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry,” as well as performing on “King of Queens.”
Even recently, she was nominated for a Tony for Best Featured Actress in a Play! Keep up the work!