Casey Wilson
American comedian
Casey Wilson
Cathryn Rose "Casey" Wilson is an American actress, comedian and screenwriter. She was a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 2008–2009 and currently stars as Penny Hartz in the ABC comedy series Happy Endings.
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Alabama Execution Of Ronald Smith Back On After Supreme Court Lifts Stay
Huffington Post - 3 months
The U.S. Supreme Court late on Thursday issued its second stay within hours in the death sentence of a former Eagle Scout condemned for a 1994 convenience store killing, apparently to consider a last-ditch appeal by his attorneys. Ronald Smith, 45, had originally been set to die by lethal injection at 6 p.m. CST at the Holman Correctional Facility in Atmore, Alabama, before the Supreme Court ordered his execution put on hold with just hours to spare. The court later lifted that stay, clearing the way for Smith’s execution, only to reinstate the stay less than an hour later. The court offered no explanation for any the three orders it issued in the case on Thursday. If Smith is put to death, he would be the 20th person executed this year in the United States and the second in Alabama, according to the nonprofit Death Penalty Information Center. A month ago the Supreme Court had granted a last-minute hold to stop Alabama from carrying out another man’s death sentence. Justi ...
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This Honest Performance Of 'Baby, It's Cold Outside' Is Uncomfortable
Huffington Post - about 1 year
Casey Wilson and Scott Aukerman take the actual lyrics of "Baby, It's Cold Outside" and act out what might be the most disturbing performance of this notoriously creepy song. Thank you, Funny or Die, for giving us all the reverse feels.     Also on HuffPost: -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
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The Women Of 'SNL' Share Show Secrets
Huffington Post - about 2 years
To celebrate the 40th anniversay of "Saturday Night Live," Glamour magazine hosted a reunion with 17 of the most memorable female cast members to talk about everything from their first nervewracking auditions to playing their most recognizable characters. Yes, those tryouts do sound terrifying: Kristen Wiig: "Auditioning for SNL is the most nervous I’ve ever been in my life. It was terrifying." Cheri Oteri: "I got food poisoning the night before my audition. But even with no sleep, I could’ve danced with two broken legs. It’s that adrenaline." On writing parts for women, by women: Tina Fey: "It’s understood that everyone comes in and has to write for themselves. That’s the difference between getting handed the part of the stewardess and getting to play what you think is funny. You’re not going to stay up all night to give yourself one wife line." Rachel Dratch: "When I came up in comedy, you had to gender-neutralize yourself for good roles. If you thought of yourself ...
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Hulu's 'Hotwives Of Orlando' Trailer Is A Hot Mess
Huffington Post - about 3 years
"Happy Endings" fans can rejoice as Casey WIlson is returning to comedy. While the ABC comedy may have ended too soon, Wilson appears to have found a perfect vehicle for her abrasive style of physical comedy. She's joining forces with Kristen Schaal, Angela Kinsey and a cast of hilarious women in a "Real Housewives" parody series for Hulu. If you've ever watched any of the "Real Housewives" shows and wondered what it would be like if the women were even more narcissistic and terrible to one another, "Hotwives" is definitely the show for you! The series premieres later this year.
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Review: Beauty queen wannabes can't muster laughs in 'Ass Backwards'
LATimes - over 3 years
Director Chris Nelson treads worn comedic territory in the indie starring June Diane Raphael and Casey Wilson. That fine comedic line between laughing at self-delusion and being thoroughly turned off by it is not really in play across the 85 excruciating minutes of the indie comedy "Ass Backwards." Because without the sketch-performance mugging and candy-colored tone, the dignity-stripping road trip that dippy single ladies Kate (improv vet June Diane Raphael) and Chloe (ex-"SNL"-er Casey Wilson) take to conquer their hometown beauty pageant would be enough to fill at least two Todd Solondz depress-a-thons.
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Proof That 'Happy Endings' Getting Canceled Was Actually A Good Thing
Huffington Post - over 3 years
As sad as we were to see the ABC comedy go, it may have been for the best. Why? Because the "Happy Endings" cast landed on their feet in an a-mah-zing way. We now get to see Eliza Coupe play Will Arnett's ex-wife on "The Millers." And starting in January, she'll be on "House Of Lies." Now Elisha Cuthbert has time to tweet photos of puppies in pajamas. This picture will make me happy for weeks!! Hope you enjoy! Xx — Elisha Cuthbert (@HappyElishas) October 9, 2013 She also married that studly hockey player boyfriend of hers. And you know what's still killing it? Zachary Knighton's facial hair. As for Casey Wilson, she got to channel her inner Anne Hathaway with a box of Cheez-Its. And she's already working on a new comedy for ABC. Even better, she got engaged to "Happy Endings" creator David Caspe! Damon Wayans Jr. is slowly developing important life skills. almost knocked myself out trying to kill this moth in my room ...
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Casey Wilson engaged to ‘Happy Endings’ creator
News Briefs - over 3 years
Casey Wilson, who played Penny Hartz on Happy Endings, is engaged to that show’s creator David Caspe, People reports. Wilson
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Casey Wilson Engaged to David Caspe, Creator of Happy Endings
US Magazine - over 3 years
Casey Wilson is engaged to Happy Endings creator David Caspe, the actress confirms to Us Weekly This article originally appeared on Casey Wilson Engaged to David Caspe, Creator of Happy Endings
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The Next Romy And Michele?
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Move over, Romy and Michele: Kate and Chloe are here. The trailer for "Ass Backwards," starring June Diane Raphael ("Burning Love") as Kate and Casey Wilson ("Happy Endings") as Chloe, has premiered, and with it comes the 2013 version of the Lisa Kudrow-Mira Sorvino comedy. "Backwards" is a buddy comedy centering on two delusional lifelong friends who return home to redeem themselves after securing last place in a child pageant years earlier. Alicia Silverstone portrays Kate and Chloe's pageant rival, with Vincent D'Onofrio, Jon Cryer, Bob Odenkirk and "Orange is the New Black" star Lea DeLaria rounding out the supporting cast. The film, written by Raphael and Wilson, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January. It will hit theaters Nov. 8, following an on-demand release on Sept. 30.
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'Happy Endings' Star Casey Wilson Lands Comedy Deal With ABC Studios
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Tim Kenneally LOS ANGELES ( - "Happy Endings" might have reached a less-than-cheery conclusion at ABC, but Casey Wilson, star of the canceled series, is sticking with the company. Wilson and "Burning Love" actress June Diane Raphael have struck deal for a comedy with ABC Studios, a spokeswoman for the studios told TheWrap on Monday. Raphael stars in the ABC pilot "Pulling," a single-camera comedy from Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky. ...
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One Last Word On 'Happy Endings'
Huffington Post - over 3 years
"Happy Endings" is officially canceled, but ABC is still getting heat for it. At his executive session, ABC president Paul Lee discussed the series and the struggles it had on the network. "Happy Endings" got its highest ratings airing after "Modern Family," and according to Lee, the series couldn't find its "sea legs" away from the popular series. Lee said any show "has to sort of earn its right" to stay after the Emmy-winning comedy and has to "attract an audience on its own," something "Happy Endings" didn't do. Paul Lee says #HappyEndings was canceled because "it couldn't find its sea legs away from a strong lead in" #TCAs13 — TV Guide Magazine (@TVGuideMagazine) August 4, 2013 "Obviously we were thrilled with #HappyEndings behind #Modern Family but a show has to earn its right to attract audience on its own," Lee — Danielle Turchiano (@danielletbd) August 4, 2013 Launching the new season in the fall of 2012 in a new timeslot also proved "extremely challenging, ...
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A 'Happy Endings' Revival? Not So Fast ...
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Losing "Happy Endings" totes sooks. But in the complicated world of television, this may not be the end. When ABC pulled the plug on "Happy Endings" after three seasons and lots of scheduling moves, USA Network emerged as a frontrunner to save the beloved comedy. But when that fell through, Sony tried to find the show a new home. Sadly, that was unsuccessful as well. "We don’t know the specifics; that's all sort of above our pay grade. But there were ongoing talks with a lot of places. It just didn’t work out," "Happy Endings" creator David Caspe told TVLine. "The truth is, how many shows have moved networks ever? It’s very difficult to do, and there’s probably some financial algorithmic reason for that that I don’t even understand." While canceled shows usually don't move networks -- it's only been done a handful of times with shows like "Cougar Town," "Friday Night Lights" and "Damages" -- some do get a revival down the line. Fox brought "Family Guy" back to life, Come ...
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Kaley Cuoco & Aubrey Plaza - Critics' Choice TV Awards 2013
Just Jared - over 3 years
Kaley Cuoco hits the red carpet at the 2013 Critics’ Choice Television Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Monday (June 10) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The 27-year-old actress was joined at the show by her Big Bang Theory co-star Johnny Galecki. She picked up the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, which she tied for with The Middle‘s Eden Sher. The Big Bang Theory‘s Simon Helberg won Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series and the show won Best Comedy Series! Also pictured inside: Parks and Recreation‘s Aubrey Plaza, Happy Endings‘ Casey Wilson and Adam Pally, Masters of Sex‘s Lizzy Caplan, and Archer‘s Judy Greer. FYI: Kaley is wearing a Paula Ka dress, Jimmy Choo heels and clutch, and Jacob & Co. jewels. Aubrey is wearing a Roland Mouret dress, Christian Louboutin shoes and clutch, and jewelry by State Room Jewelry and Elhan. Judy is wearing a Nicole Miller dress, Brian Atwood shoes, and an Alexander McQueen clutch. 25+ pictures inside of ...
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Live Stream Tonight's Critics' Choice Television Awards Featuring 'Girls,' 'New Girl,' 'Breaking Bad' And More
Ok Magazine - over 3 years
Live stream by Ustream In addition to these 5 TV shows you should be watching tonight, make sure your computer is turned on simultaneously. UStream will be streaming tonight's Critics' Choice Television Awards LIVE starting at 11pm EST/8pm PST! The nominees range from some of our favorite shows from comedies like New Girl, Girls and Modern Family to dramas like Breaking Bad, Homeland and Mad Men. So even though this it not airing on TV, you can still feel like you're there. Win win, yes? OK! News: Listen to the New Game of Thrones Theme Song Check out the full list of nominees below, and watch the live stream above to see who the Broadcast Television Journalists Association pick to win! Those are the fancy people who get to vote for the winners, BTW. Photos: Real Housewives, Switched at Birth and More Shows on Tonight Best Drama Series The Americans Breaking Bad Downton Abbey Game of Thrones The Good Wife Homeland Best Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad ...
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No 'Happy Endings' For USA
Huffington Post - over 3 years
There won't be any "Happy Endings" for USA Network. A source confirmed to The Huffington Post that "Happy Endings" will not move to USA for a fourth season. Deadline first reported that USA and Sony Pictures Television officially ceased talks to bring "Happy Endings" over after being canceled by ABC. Before ABC axed the cult-hit comedy, talk of USA saving it emerged and Deadline reports USA entered talks immediately after ABC canceled the series. However, while the two parties have confirmed there were talks, no deal was made in the weeks following ABC's official cancellation of the comedy. "Happy Endings" starred Casey Wilson, Damon Wayans Jr., Elisha Cuthbert, Eliza Coupe, Adam Pally and Zachary Knighton. The series, which ran for three years on ABC, followed a group of six friends in Chicago. The series bounced around ABC's schedule before finally being exiled to Friday night back-to-back airings. The network aired commercials asking viewers to watch the show to s ...
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'Happy Endings' Sneak Peek: Most Awkward Mom Ever?
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
The "Happy Endings" finale airs tonight, and there are many, many reasons (some of them mentioned in this ah-mah-zing list) we're hoping against hope that the gang returns on some network, someday. The six-person "Happy Endings" ensemble is a well-oiled machine, but as you can see from the clip above, the comedy can incorporate good new characters quite easily. In the first of the finale Season 3 episodes that air tonight, Dave's dad Big Dave (Michael McKean) and Penny's mom Dana (Megan Mullally) arrive in town, and not surprisingly, Dana engages in some non-chalant oversharing. Thank goodness Penny (Casey Wilson) is used to that kind of thing from her eccentric mom. "She is a force. She's so funny. She's so wacky and sweet," Wilson said of working with Mullally in a recent interview with HuffPost TV. "We have a really great synergy -- we're always on the same page in some way." In the second of Friday's episodes, everyone is on edge as the Kerkovich family prepare ...
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Are Broadcast Networks Killing Comedy -- Is Its Future On Cable?
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
"Happy Endings" is more than just a funny, flailing show on ABC. Its wobbly situation provides an object lesson in what ails broadcast network comedies more generally.  The show is adored by its fans, saddled with a checkered ratings history that earned it an iffy Friday night slot and it may be on its way to a new cable home. It's something of a poster child for the state of half-hour comedies on the Big Four networks. As television transitions to whatever's next with all the grace of the show's resident klutz, Penny (Casey Wilson), it's worth looking at what the ABC program may tell us about where the half-hour show is going -- and whether, as happened with one-hour dramas over the last decade, comedy's center of gravity is shifting to cable.  I recently spoke to the "Happy Endings" team and to other writer/producers about the state of not only this show but of comedies on the broadcast networks more generally. Many hour-long dramas on network TV are clearly struggling ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Casey Wilson
  • 2016
    Age 35
    In 2016, Wilson was cast as the lead in the ABC pilot Hail Mary, an American adaptation of the Austrian comedy Braunschlag.
    More Details Hide Details Wilson plays a small-town mayor trying to save her bankrupt town from ruin.
  • 2015
    Age 34
    On December 2, 2015, Wilson and Danielle Schneider began hosting the Earwolf podcast Bitch Sesh, where they and a guest discuss the previous night's episode of The Real Housewives.
    More Details Hide Details Guests have included June Diane Raphael, Jerry O'Connell, Matt Besser, Jessica St. Clair, Adam Pally, and Retta. Paul Scheer first announced the show on his podcast How Did This Get Made? and released a special preview episode, describing it as a "sister podcast" to his show, with a focus on discussing reality television instead of movies.
    In 2015, Wilson and Danielle Schneider started the Earwolf podcast Bitch Sesh, where they discuss the latest episodes of The Real Housewives.
    More Details Hide Details Wilson made her first major television appearances with a two-season stint as a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 2008 to 2009. Casey Wilson was born and raised in Alexandria, Virginia, along with her younger brother, Fletcher, a medical device engineer. She graduated from T. C. Williams High School in 1998 and studied theater at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting, where she was a recipient of NYU's "Excellence in Acting" award when graduating in 2002. She is of Irish and Italian heritage and was raised Baptist. Wilson's parents worked in politics, she credits her politically opposed parents (her mother was a Democrat, her father a Republican) in shaping her sense of humor, having grown up in a "blue-state/red-state, forever-clashing political household", as she called it in an interview with Washington Flyer. Her father, Paul O. Wilson, is a political strategist and consultant who runs campaigns for Republican party candidates. Her mother, Kathy Wilson (née Higdon), was a women's rights advocate and served as the chairwoman of the National Women's Political Caucus (NWPC) throughout the 1980s.
  • 2014
    Age 33
    Wilson married comedy writer David Caspe on May 25, 2014 in Ojai, California in a traditional Jewish wedding service.
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    Wilson again collaborated with her husband David Caspe (they met working together on Happy Endings, which Caspe created) on the NBC sitcom Marry Me, which aired for one season from 2014 to 2015.
    More Details Hide Details The series starred Wilson and Ken Marino as an engaged couple, the premise was loosely based on Wilson and Caspe's relationship. She also starred for two seasons on the Hulu original series The Hotwives. The series is a parody of the reality television franchise The Real Housewives on Bravo. With season one (The Hotwives of Orlando) focused on Orlando, and season two taking place in Las Vegas (The Hotwives of Las Vegas), both seasons featured the same cast playing different roles in each season. Wilson's other television credits include guest appearances on shows such as Bored to Death, How I Met Your Mother, Drunk History, Grey's Anatomy, Fresh Off the Boat, Kroll Show, Comedy Bang! Bang! The Middle, The Millers, The League, and Human Giant, as well as voiceover roles in the animated comedy programs Aqua Teen Hunger Force, American Dad! Animals. Glenn Martin, DDS, and The Life & Times of Tim. She also appears in the upcoming Amazon series One Mississippi starring Tig Notaro.
  • 2011
    Age 30
    From April 2011 to May 2013, Wilson starred as Penny Hartz in the ABC ensemble comedy series Happy Endings alongside Eliza Coupe, Elisha Cuthbert, Zachary Knighton, Adam Pally and Damon Wayans, Jr.
    More Details Hide Details A breakout role for Wilson, she was nominated twice for "Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series" at the Critics' Choice Television Awards for her work on season two and three of Happy Endings.
  • 2010
    Age 29
    Wilson and Caspe originally met in early 2010 when she auditioned for his ABC series Happy Endings and started dating a year later in July 2011. They got engaged over Labor Day weekend in September 2013.
    More Details Hide Details Their son, Max Red Caspe, was born in May 2015.
    She also contributed short stories to the 2010 book Worst Laid Plans, based on the long-running stage show, in which she co-starred in.
    More Details Hide Details Wilson and June Diane Raphael created their newest comedic stage show The Realest Real Housewives, which they star in alongside Jessica St. Clair, Melissa Rauch, Danielle Schneider and Morgan Walsh. The show began running at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in 2011.
    Wilson's theater and stage work includes joining the 2010 rotating cast of the Off-Broadway play Love, Loss, and What I Wore (written by Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron) at Manhattan's Westside Theatre.
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  • 2009
    Age 28
    When asked how she felt about her SNL departure in an October 2009 interview, Wilson said: "My mindset is good.
    More Details Hide Details I did it for a year and a half. I don't think it will ultimately define my career. And it wasn't the best fit for me."
    After spending two seasons on SNL, Wilson was let go from the show before the start of the 2009–2010 season.
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  • 2008
    Age 27
    Wilson shares her family's interest in politics. She was a supporter of Hillary Clinton during the 2008 presidential election and volunteered to work on Clinton's campaign.
    More Details Hide Details She went on the road with the Clintons in the Midwest, speaking at and introducing Hillary and Bill Clinton at campaign rallies in Iowa and Indiana. Wilson and her family maintain the charitable Kathy Wilson Foundation, established in 2005, which focuses on children with special needs. Her father Paul Wilson serves as president, with Wilson and her brother Fletcher serving as vice presidents. The foundation also gives out donations and grants to local area preschools and childcare centers in Virginia every year.
  • 2007
    Age 26
    However, due to the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike, she did not make her first appearance as a cast member until the show returned in February 2008; she was the first new addition to the cast in over two years, and was also the first SNL cast member to have been born in the 1980s.
    More Details Hide Details Wilson's most memorable work on SNL included celebrity impressions of, among others, Rachael Ray, Elizabeth Dole, Elizabeth Taylor, Katy Perry, and Jennifer Aniston, as well as original characters such as Dusty Velvet, "the paralyzed stripper"; and Toni Ward, co-host of "The Cougar Den".
    After auditioning in late 2007, Wilson was hired in January 2008 to join the cast of Saturday Night Live, succeeding departing cast member Maya Rudolph.
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  • 2006
    Age 25
    As a film actress, Wilson made her debut as an acting student in the final scene of the 2006 Christopher Guest film, For Your Consideration.
    More Details Hide Details She has since appeared in such films as Julie & Julia, C.O.G., The Breakup Girl, The Guilt Trip, Killers, The Brothers Solomon, Freak Dance, The Great Buck Howard, as well as in the Bob Odenkirk-directed short film Derek & Simon: A Bee and a Cigarette. She has also co-starred in the David Fincher thriller Gone Girl (2014) and in the Susan Sarandon dramedy The Meddler, and will appear in the upcoming comedy Why Him? starring James Franco and Bryan Cranston. Wilson is a frequent contributor to the popular humor website Funny or Die, writing and starring in many viral videos for the site, including a series of political parodies where she plays Callista Gingrich. Wilson continues to collaborate with writing partner June Diane Raphael on scripts for film and television, they have worked on numerous script rewrites for films in development, such as projects with Anna Faris and America Ferrera attached to star. As writer-performers, Wilson and Raphael also continue to generate material for themselves. They wrote and starred together in the comedy Ass Backwards, which also co-stars Alicia Silverstone, Jon Cryer, Vincent D'Onofrio, Paul Scheer, and Bob Odenkirk. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 21, 2013. Wilson and Raphael are currently writing a second film to star in together, produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's company Gary Sanchez Productions.
  • 2005
    Age 24
    Wilson and Raphael's comedic partnership has since branched out into an active writing career in film and television, they co-wrote their first screenplay for the comedy Bride Wars, which they also appeared in with supporting roles, followed by landing a development deal with UPN in 2005 to create a half-hour comedy pilot and in 2007 they worked as writers and story editors on the Americanized version of Creature Comforts on CBS.
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  • 2003
    Age 22
    Among her best-known work at UCB, was the long-running two-woman sketch show "Rode Hard and Put Away Wet", written and performed alongside her comedy partner and best friend June Diane Raphael; the stage show ran from 2003 to 2006 in New York and Los Angeles and was an official selection at 2005's US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado.
    More Details Hide Details The two women, who had first met in a clowning class during their freshman year at NYU, went on to win the ECNY Award for "Best Comedy Duo" in 2005.
  • 2002
    Age 21
    After graduating from NYU in 2002, Wilson and her best friend from college, June Diane Raphael, began studying improvisational comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York City, where they would eventually run their two-woman sketch show for a number of years.
    More Details Hide Details Performing the long-running stage show opened doors for them as writers, after performing the show at the "U.S. Comedy Arts Festival" in 2005, they were hired by New Regency Pictures to write the film Bride Wars and landed a development deal with UPN to create a sitcom pilot. Wilson has cited among her biggest influences as Catherine O'Hara, Diane Keaton, Madeline Kahn, Lucille Ball, Bette Davis, Molly Shannon, Cheri Oteri, Debra Winger, and Shirley MacLaine. Wilson started her comedy career writing and performing with the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (UCB) in New York and later in Los Angeles. At UCB, she was a member of the Harold improv teams "Mr. and Mrs. All-Star", "Sentimental Lady", and "Hey, Uncle Gary!".
  • 1984
    Age 3
    Under Kathy's leadership, the NWPC endorsed Walter Mondale in the 1984 presidential election.
    More Details Hide Details Kathy retired from politics in the late 1980s, switching to a career in early childhood education, she served as the director of childcare and development centers in Alexandria, Virginia since 1991. Kathy died of heart failure at age 54 in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware on September 1, 2005. Wilson and her family have since continued to run "The Kathy Wilson Foundation", a charitable organization honoring her late mother's work in helping children with special needs. Wilson's passion for performing began at an early age, stating that her first memorable exposure to theater came when her father took her to New York City to see a production of Cats, inspiring her to create her own plays. When she was nine years old, her father built her a homemade stage in the family's backyard, where she put on plays with other children from the neighborhood. From there, she started taking singing and acting lessons as a teenager. She would also become heavily involved in her high school's theater program, starring in (and occasionally directing) many of the school's plays and musicals, including a production of The Sound of Music, where she played the lead role of Maria.
  • 1980
    Born on October 24, 1980.
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