SF Sketchfest 2013 - Celebrity Autobiography with Roger Bart, Jennifer Coolidge, Rachel Dratch, Janeane Garofalo, Laraine Newman
Celebrity Autobiography is an international smash hit comedy sensation! The hilarious evening where celebrity tell-alls are acted out live on stage began a decade ago in Los Angeles, and as the show’s profile grew and celebrities started attending and participating, the show blew up into a must-see event that resulted in a critically acclaimed Bravo TV special.
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Was obsessed with Meryl Streep in college and wanted to be a dramatic actress, but that changed when she moved to L.A. and a friend suggested she audition for the sketch-comedy troupe the Groundlings....
A student of mime artist Marcel Marceau, LA-born Laraine Newman utilized her artistic training in the cause of comedy. In 1972, she joined the Groundlings improvisational troupe (spawning ground for such major comic talents as Phil Hartman and Paul "Pee-wee Herman" Reubens), making her film debut with several fellow improvvers in the 1975 pastiche Tunnelvision ....
Named the Funniest Person in Rhode Island in a Showtime-sponsored comedian search while she was still in college. Worked as a Boston bike messenger during the early days of her stand-up career....
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