Brighton High School
University of Arizona
Starred in the film "Masterminds"
Appeared in "Zoolander 2"
Appeared in the award winning science fiction film "The Martian"
Starred with Bill Hader in the acclaimed comedy-drama "The Skeleton Twins"
Starred in the acclaimed comedy-drama "Welcome to Me"
Guest-starred on "Arrested Development"
Voiced the character of Lucy Wilde in "Despicable Me 2"
Cast in the ensemble comedy "Friends with Kids," written and directed by co-star Jennifer Westfeldt
Nominated for the 2011 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series
Co-wrote and starred in the comedy "Bridesmaids"
Co-starred with Will Forte in "MacGruber," based on the "SNL" sketch of the same name
Voiced the character of Miss Hattie in the animated film "Despicable Me"
Played Malice in Wonderland, Ellen Page's mentor, in Drew Barrymore's directorial debut "Whip It"
Played Jason Bateman's wife in Mike Judge's "Extract"
Co-starred with Bill Hader as husband and wife amusement park managers in "Adventureland"
Co-starred as Ricky Gervais' self involved surgeon in the comedy "Ghost Town"
Played Katherine Heigl's boss at E! in the Judd Apatow comedy "Knocked Up"
Portrayed first wife Edith in "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story," a parody of "Walk the Line"
Co-starred with Will Forte and Will Arnett in the comedy "The Brothers Solomon"
Appeared in the quirky comedy "Meet Bill" with Jason Sudeikis and Aaron Eckhart
Cast in Paul Feig's "Unaccompanied Minors"
Joined NBC's "Saturday Night Live" as regular cast member
Appeared in the indie films, "June" and "Life, Death & Mini-Golf"
Cast in the first season of the Spike TV spoof show, "The Joe Schmo Show"
Performed in "The Perks," a featured show at the Empty Stage Comedy Theatre
Studied art in college before she was required to take an acting class as a course requirement and henceforth took an interest in performance.
Performed as part of the Groundlings comedy troupe in Los Angeles.
"You just never know what people are going to respond to, and you're always surprised. It's never what you think, and they laugh at things you don't think they're going to laugh at, it's just the way it goes." - from Indiewire.com, May 9, 2015