Best known for her roles as Erin Hannon on “The Office” and Kimmy Schmidt on “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” Ellie is as funny as they come. She is originally from St. Louis and actually had Jon Hamm as her teacher in high school! Small world!
She attended Princeton and then Oxford before moving on to work in film and television. Her work has garnered her two Primetime Emmys and seven Screen Actors Guild awards. She has much more to give, so watch this space!
Leslie Mann is an American actress and is best known for her roles in “Knocked Up”, “This is 40”, and “17 Again.” She was born in San Francisco and raised in Newport Beach. You can say California runs in her veins.
She has had a great career so far in Hollywood, and if you are looking for a good giggle you can also watch her in “Funny People,” “Rio,” and “The Change-Up.”
Rashida has done a lot in Hollywood to break out of her famous father's (Quincy Jones's) shadow. From producing to writing, directing, and acting, you can find her behind and in front of the camera. A few of her most prominent roles have been on “Boston Public,” “Parks and Recreation,” and “On the Rocks.”
She even has a Grammy to her name for Best Music Film for her work on “Quincy,” a documentary about her father on Netflix. Rashida, you keep getting it, and we will be laughing with you along the way!
Cecily is a California native and a super successful "SNL" cast member. She joined the show in 2012 and is best known for her sketch characters such as "The Girl you Wish Hadn't Started a Conversation With at a Party" and "Cathy Ann."
Her work also includes roles in "Ghostbusters," "The Female Brain," and her own show "Schmigadoon!," which plays on Apple TV+. For her work, Cecily has been nominated twice for Primetime Emmys for her roles at "SNL." There's no debate that Cecily Strong is a... strong comedian!
Margaret has done it all; stand-up, acting, music, advocacy, entrepreneurship, and artistry, to name a few. She has been performing stand-up since the age of 14 when she won a comedy contest to open for Jerry Seinfeld in the '90s. From there, she performed at colleges around the US and was named the "Campus Comedian of the Year."
Since then, she has appeared in film, toured for her comedy specials, and produced two music albums. She will continue to be a part of the social consciousness with her comedy and advocacy for Asian and LGBTQ+ communities and is one of the funniest women in comedy.