Megan Mullally

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11/12/1958 , Los Angeles, CA

Birth Name

Megan Mullally

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Biography:

Megan Mullally can be seen weekly in her Emmy and 3-time SAG Award-winning role of "Karen Walker" on NBC's Will & Grace.



Megan made her television series debut with Elaine Stritch and Ellen Burstyn on The Ellen Burstyn Show. Further television credits include a variety of short-lived series as well as guest starring roles on Seinfeld, Frasier and China Beach among others. She appeared opposite Stanley Tucci as Walter Winchell's wife in Paul Mazursky's award-winning biopic "Winchell" and recently starred opposite Juliet Stevenson in Lifetime's "The Pact".



Mullally made her Broadway debut in the 1994 revival of "Grease" with Rosie O'Donnell. She then received an Outer Critic's Circle Award nomination for her performance as "Rosemary" in the Broadway revival of "How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" opposite Matthew Broderick.



Los Angeles theater credits include "The Berlin Circle" at The Evidence Room Theater for which she won the 2000 Backstage West Garland Award for Best Lead Actress in a Play and the LA Weekly Award for Best Leading Female Performance. Mullally, has also appeared in "Mayhem" at The Evidence Room, as well as a variety of plays and musicals in both Chicago and Los Angeles.



Megan appeared in the feature film Anywhere But Here and starred in Everything Put Together, directed by Monster Ball's Marc Forster, an entry in the 2000 Sundance Film Festival's main competition.



Concert appearances include the 2003 Kennedy Center Gala with Patty Lupone and Michael Feinstein and of course Los Angeles' own Disney Concert Hall, where she is thrilled to be singing.



One of Megan's fondest projects is her glamorous cover band, Supreme Music Program with whom she has release two cd's, most recently "Big As A Berry" on Fynsworth Alley. Supreme Music Program has essayed a successful performance art piece, "Sweetheart," and will perform this fall with The Seattle Symphony and at The Oklahoma Civic Center before appearing next year at The Kennedy Center.
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