Sandra Bernhard had a one woman show on Broadway called Without You I'm Nothing. It was eventually turned into a movie.
Sandra Bernhard has released twelve music and comedy albums.
Sandra Bernhard has written three books called Confessions of a Pretty Lady, May I Kiss You on the Lips and Miss Sandra Love, Love and Love.
Sandra Bernhard was the spokesperson in a commercial for Make-up Art Cosmetics, but the commercial was pulled after her comments offended people.
Before Sandra Bernhard starting acting, she was a stand up comedian.
Sandra Bernhard is bisexual.
According to Comedy Central, Sandra Bernhard is listed as number 97 on list of the 100 greatest standups of all time.
Sandra Bernhard was the only comedienne who toured with the Lilith Fair, in 1999.
Sandra Bernhard used to work as a manicurist for a upscale Los Angeles salon.
Sandra Bernhard graduated from Saguaro High School in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Sandra Bernhard had a daughter, named Cicely Yasin, in July of 1998.
Sandra Bernhard is 5"10" tall.
Sandra Bernhard was in the Sesame Street movie Follow That Bird as a restaurant waitress.
Sandra: The real terrorist threats are George W. Bush and his band of brown-shirted thugs.
Sandra Bernhard: When you're watching the news, how many days in a row can you watch that and feel good about yourself and the world?
Sandra Bernhard: I didn't belong when I was in high school. Now people are trying to buy lips.
Sandra Bernhard: I definitely want to be with somebody who doesn't feel lost or in my shadow.
Sandra Bernhard: I believe in people living their lives and having privacy.
Sandra Bernhard: Growing up in the '60s and the '70s, things certainly seemed more simplistic and easier to digest.
Sandra Bernhard: Gayness is a non-issue.
Sandra Bernhard: At no time do I come from a cynical point of view. I'm coming from a concerned point of view.
Sandra Bernhard: Anything that has cynicism to it and that's jaded is smutty.
Sandra Bernhard: (describing her political beliefs) I'm very much a humanist. I'm very much pro-choice. I'm very much, I think, politically correct, I mean - not because I want to be, just because I am. And I just believe in people living their lives and having privacy. I think that's, to me, the most important thing in this age, is just to let people be. I think if people don't have their freedom and their basic needs met, there's nothing much to really address until those things are taken care of.