Kerri was nominated for a CableACE award in 1997, for Actress in a Comedy Series for her appearance in Viva Variety.
Kerri has green eyes.
Kerri has brown hair.
Kerri appeared in the play You're a Grand Old Flag when she was in school.
Kerri met Thomas Lennon when she was sixteen. The two met at theater camp.
Kerri's band Cake Like had their albums released by Neil Young's record label Vapor Records.
Kerri left the band Cake Like in 1999 when she relocated to Los Angeles.
Kerri co-wrote the book State by State With the State: An Uninformed, Poorly Researched Guide to the United States.
Kerri is friends with actor Paul Reubens.
Kerri has a sister, Ashley, and a brother, Tanner.
Kerri was the president of her high school acting group, the Staple Players.
Kerri attended New York University.
Kerri made her feature film debut in Love God.
Kerri has appeared in commercials for Cascade Gel and Barq's Root Beet.
Kerri is the lead singer and plays bass in the all-female band Cake Like.
Kerri's band Cake Like has release the following albums:
-Goodbye, So What?
Kerri is a member of the comedy group The State.
Kerri is 5' 10" (1.78 m).
Kerri has a son who was born in August of 2005.
Kerri married cinematographer Steven Silver on June 12, 2004.
Kerri is the daughter of voice actor Larry Kenney.
Kerri Kenney: You know, I got a call from the people at Whose Line Is It Anyway? And I just said, 'Thank you very much, I'm flattered to even be thought of, that you would even think that I can do that. I can't. Trust me. It's a form of improv that I just know that I'm not good at. I tried it. I don't feel comfortable doing it. Not good enough at it'.
Kerri Kenney: What I constantly hear from people is, 'Wow, you're not as retarded and ugly as you are on TV.' Which is, you know, that's what you want to hear.
[On if she's ever had a bad improv experience]
Kerri Kenney: Oh, they happen daily. I couldn't even point to one. I mean, the thing that people don't realize about Reno is we shoot on video, which is real cheap, so we can spew crap all day that we don't use. We overshoot a lot. So there are entire pieces that don't work that we just throw on the editing room floor and then we do another and it'll work. I mean, we've certainly gotten better. Our ratio of what works and doesn't work is certainly better than it was. But there are plenty of times when we open our mouths and nothing comes out, and we look like fools.