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Nicole Sullivan
« on: June 11, 2020, 03:05:03 PM »
A Mini Biography taken from her IMDB page.

Nicole Sullivan grew up doing theater in NYC, then went on to study theater at Northwestern University. After moving to LA, her career started in 1995, when she was cast on MADtv (1995). Nicole then joined the cast of The King of Queens (1998) for 5 seasons, playing opposite Jerry Stiller. She became a regular on many shows, including ABC's Talk to Me (2000) with Kyra Sedgwick; ABC's Hot Properties (2005) with Gail O'Grady; NBC's Raines (2007) with Jeff Goldbloom; Lifetime's Rita Rocks (2008); CBS's $#*! My Dad Says (2010) with William Shatner; and Wendell and Vinnie (2013) on Nickelodeon.

Nicole is currently recurring on ABC's Black-ish (2014) and Netflix's Disjointed (2017). She has had recurring roles on Scrubs (2001) and Cougar Town (2009).

She has guest-starred on many shows, such as Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999); Monk (2002); My Boys (2006); CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000); Leverage (2008); Numb3rs (2005); The Game (2006); The Exes (2011); Whitney (2011); The Middle (2009) and, more recently, on Cougar Town (2009); Devious Maids (2013) and Black-ish (2014).

Nicole is very accomplished in the voice-over community. She's worked on dozens of shows, including Family Guy (1999) for 15 years; Baby Blues (2000); Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (2000); Clone High (2002); Kim Possible (2002); Clone High (2002); The Secret Saturdays (2008); The Penguins of Madagascar (2008).

She broke into the celebrity circuit, appearing on shows like Late Show with David Letterman (1993) 3 times; The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992) 4 times; The Sharon Osbourne Show (2003); Dennis Miller (2004); Hollywood Squares (1998); The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005).

You can see the full list of all his filmography at her imdb page: