Not afraid of controversy, Lena Dunham is an American writer, director, actress, and producer that tells it like it is. She is best known as the creator, writer, and star of HBO’s show “Girls,” which is inspired by her own life experiences.
Lena was named as one of “Time’s 100 Most Influential People” in 2013 and has earned several Emmy nominations and two Golden Globe Awards. She will make you laugh and cry all in the same episode and deserves to be named one of the funniest celebrities in the industry today.
Phoebe is an American comedian based in New York City. She is the co-creator of “2 Dope Queens” with her work-partner Jessica Williams. She is known for her writing which has been featured in "Glamour," The New York Times," and "Vanity Fair."
Outside of writing, she performs stand-up and has appeared on "The Last Comic Standing," "Late Night with Seth Meyers," and "The Today Show." As one of the rising stars in the industry, she will make you laugh out loud and is a person to see, ASAP!
Best known for her role as Karen Walker on NBC's sitcom “Will & Grace,” Megan was actually a ballerina growing up! She studied it from the age of six, performed with the Oklahoma City Ballet, and studied at the School of American Ballet in New York City. It wasn't until she was at Northwestern University that she began performing on stage in a different capacity.
It seems like that was a great move for her because since then, she has earned many nominations and two Primetime Emmys, and three Screen Actor Guild Awards. Although she stopped performing ballet a while ago, she can still perform a perfect pirouette.
Courtney Cox has been in the game since she was cast in Bruce Springsteen's "Dancing in the Dark" music video in 1984. Since then, she went on to play one of the most famous TV characters, Monica, in “Friends”, starred in "Scream", and most recently gained critical acclaim for her role in "Cougar Town."
She now is producing the Facebook Watch documentary, “9 Months with Courteney Cox”, which follows "people across the country of various race, religion, and class as they self-document their pregnancy." She has grown since her first role and continues to perform in Hollywood to this day.
A major pillar in "Friends," Jennifer has had an illustrious career; her role as Rachel Green on the sitcom alone garnered her an Emmy, Golden Globe, and Screen Actor’s Guild Award.
After her time there, Jennifer went on to star in “Marley & Me,” “We're the Millers,” and “The Morning Show,” where she earned her second Emmy. She has been one of the world's highest-paid actresses and continually is on Forbes’ Top Earning Actresses List. She is still hard at work and has no plans of stopping anytime soon. Keep getting that bread, Jenny!