Comedy Central Presents Backstage at the N.Y. Friars Club Roast of Jerry Stiller 1999 - 2000 (TV Show)
James E Taylor High School
Cast in the animated Pixar feature, "Ratatouille"
Joined the seventh season of Fox's "24" as a government agent
Co-starred in Richard Kelly's ensemble film, "Southland Tales"
Joined the cast of the NBC drama "The West Wing," as a media strategist hired by Democratic presidential hopeful Matt Santos (Jimmy Smits)
Starred opposite Martin Short in the comedy "Jiminy Glick in La La Wood"
Starred opposite David Schwimmer in the drama "Duane Hopwood"; screened at Sundance
Co-hosted the Air America Radio's show "The Majority Report," alongside Sam Seder
Cast in the film "Wonderland" based on the brutal murders which involved legendary porn star John Holmes
Starred in "The Laramie Project," (HBO) a true story of an American town in the wake of the murder of Matthew Shepard
Appeared in "Wet Hot American Summer"
Cast as Minnie Mogul in "The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle"
Portrayed Anita Hoffman opposite Vincent D'Onofrio in the biopic "Steal This Movie," about 1960s radical Abbie Hoffman
Appeared as a postal worker with romantic designs on a new co-worker who happens to be a serial killer in "The Minus Man"
Played The Bowler in the comic book-inspired "The Mystery Men"
Had supporting roles in indie films "Dogma" and "200 Cigarettes"
Provided the character voice of Sally on the series "Felicity" (The WB); Garofalo did not take onscreen credit for the role
Played an agent opposite Ben Stiller in "Permanent Midnight"
Cast as an FBI agent investigating a serial killer in "Clay Pigeons"
Delivered a dramatic turn as a deputy in "Cop Land"
Debut as feature producer "Sweethearts"; also starred
Starred in the romantic comedy "The Matchmaker"
Offered fine support as a chain-smoking cynical classmate in "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion"
Memorable cameo appearance, playing a waitress at a medieval-themed restaurant in "The Cable Guy," directed by Ben Stiller
First feature lead as radio host Abby Barnes in "The Truth About Cats and Dogs"
Offered dramatic turn in a two-part episode of NBC's "Law & Order"
Hosted the stand-up showcase, "Comedy Product" (Comedy Central); also co-produced
Headlined her own "HBO Comedy Half-Hour"
Breakthrough screen role as Randy Quaid's 'blind date-from-hell' in "Bye Bye, Love"
Served as special correspondent on Michael Moore's series "TV Nation" (NBC)
Briefly joined the cast of NBC's "Saturday Night Live"
First major film role, "Reality Bites," directed by Stiller; also sang on the soundtrack
Film debut in small role in "Late for Dinner"
TV acting debut, "Passion," an unsold comedy pilot
Relocated to Los Angeles
Spent three years performing in clubs, primarily in Boston and Houston but also on the road
While an undergraduate, began appearing at "open mike" nights at clubs in Boston
Won a cable TV contest to find the funniest person in Rhode Island
Met Ben Stiller
Played the booking agent on "The Larry Sanders Show" (HBO)
TV series debut, in the ensemble of "The Ben Stiller Show" (Fox)
Appeared on several TV comedy shows including MTV's "Half Hour Comedy Hour"
Raised in Madison, New Jersey until her last year of high school when she moved to Houston