Whoopi is one of the most decorated people in Hollywood and one of the funniest! She started her career in 1982 and has been in show business ever since. She is known for her acting, comedy, authorship, TV personality, and making audiences laugh across the world.
Some of her most famous roles include Deloris Van Cartier from “Sister Act,” Celie from “Deep South,” and co-hosting “The View.” However, her most impressive feat is that she is one of a handful of people to have ever earned an EGOT! (at least one Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony).
Kate is an actress, comedian, and writer and is best known for her work on "SNL" and “Ghostbusters." Her celebrity impressions and character work have been a staple of her comedy, and she has made millions of people laugh over the years.
She has won multiple Emmys and continues to receive accolades for her comedy. She is also a master impressionist. She's parodied everyone from Hilary Clinton and Justin Biber, to Ellen DeGeneres and the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Ellen is a comedian, writer, producer, and talk-show host and is best known for hosting her show "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" from 2003 to 2022. She has one of the biggest reaches of any person in the world, ranking high on the list of "People with the Most Twitter Followers" (over 77 million) and on the list of "People with the Most Instagram Followers (over 124 million).
She has been recognized multiple times for her work, won multiple Daytime Emmys, and has been nominated for three Grammys. Wow, what a feat!
Chelsea was named on "Time’s 2012 List of the Most Influential People," so there’s good reason for her to be on our list!
She has worked in comedy since 2001 and is best known as a late-night talk show host on “Chelsea Lately,” “Chelsea,” and "Chelsea Handler: Evolution." Chelsea has also written six books that have made the New York Times Best Seller List. She has always kept it 100% real and never fails to deliver pure comedic gold every time.
Melissa has numerous awards to her name, including two Primetime Emmys, two Academy Awards, and two Golden Globes.
She has been working in Hollywood since 1997, and her early roles included Sookie St.James on “Gilmore Girls” and Dena Stevens on ABC's “Samantha Who?” Her biggest roles came when she was cast in “Mike & Molly” and “Bridesmaids” (we're still getting over the...Uhm... bathroom scene.)