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Kathy Griffin is a comedic actor with an impressive history of films and television. Her feature film credits include The Cable Guy, Pulp Fiction, Four Rooms, It's Pat and Trojan War. In television she has done many guest roles on the hit drama ER, Seinfield, Mad About You, Caroline in the City, Ellen, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Partners. She has also performed at The Groundling Theater in Los Angeles and recently completed a half-hour HBO comedy special.

Kathy Griffin was born on 4th November 1961 in the suburb of Oak Park, IL, in Chicago. She was the youngest of the five children. She did her schooling from Oak Park High School and completed her graduation in 1977. Later her parents moved to California. Griffin then moved to Los Angeles and took admission at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute to study acting. In 1988, Griffin joined the comedy troupe The Groundlings, stayed with the troupe for seven years and she started to develop he unique style of humor.
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Kathy Griffin was born on November 4, 1961 in Oak Park, Illinois. Her career took off in the early 90s among her other comedian counterparts such as Janeane Garofalo and David Cross. Not only a comedian, she is also an accomplished actress, voice actor, a frequent commentator on EL and a self-proclaimed D-list celebrity. When most of the comedians were doing humorous social-commentary and satire, Griffin stood out because of her wry observations about celebrity culture and fame. She also did a small role in Quentin Tarantino's 1994 smash hit Pulp Fiction. During the late 90s, she became very popular, when she played the kinky best friend of the title character on the long running American sitcom Suddenly Susan. In the animated series of Dilbert, she voiced the character of Alice during the run of the series. In 2003, she won the grand prize on Celebrity Mole Hawaii, where she had to travel over a bed of hot lava in her bare feet. She continues to tour with her stand-up routine.

In 1998, Griffin did her first hour-long stand-up comedy special, A Hot Cup of Talk for HBO. Apart from lending her voice for Dilbert, she also provided voice for other characters on other animated series such as 'Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist' and 'The Simpsons'. In 1998, she served as a co-host for three consecutive years for the 'Billboard Music Awards'. Griffin also starred as a guest artist in an episode of FOX's popular sci-fi series The X-Files. She also did a small role in the much controversial rapper Eminem's video for the single ' The Real Slim Shady'. She became most famous TV personality and comedienne. She went on to host the NBC reality series 'Average Joe' that appeared from 2003 to 2005. After the completion of Average Joe, she did a reality show, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List. on the cable network Bravo that is based on her everyday adventures.
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