Best known for her role as the wonderfully weird Phoebe Buffay in the iconic sitcom “Friends,” Lisa has had a great career that isn’t over yet. She actually has her degree in Biology from Vassar College, and it wasn’t until Jon Lovitz told her she should pursue comedy that she began doing improv at the Groundlings.
From there, she went to perform in television and film, racking up numerous nominations, a Primetime Emmy, and two Screen Actor Guild Awards. Not bad for someone who fell into comedy later in life!
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!
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!