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MOVIES: When Harry Met Sally, Defending Your Life,
TV SHOWS: Survivor (I'm secretly hooked), Curb Your
BOOK: The Red Tent, The Grapes of Wrath, A Tree Grows
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SPORTS TEAM: The Los Angeles Dodgers - - see their
born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, in the Valley to be exact. This
makes her a real, live “Valley Girl”. She always knew
she wanted to perform, she just didn’t know exactly what she
wanted to do until she saw Whoopi Goldberg’s one-woman show
on HBO in 1983. Without really meaning to, Lisa memorized two of the
monologues and performed them for her parents later that evening.
Two lawyers immediately showed up at their door asking Lisa to stop
performing Whoopi’s material, or she would be sued. By then,
it was too late. Lisa had been bitten by the comedy bug and it would
have a lasting allergic reaction.
career seems to take many unexpected turns. Since her first network
stint on Seinfeld, she has made numerous guest-star appearances, performed
in several movies, and spent a season as a series regular on Mad TV.
She has also been quite lucky in the voice-over department, giving
voice to several different characters on Mission Hill, as well as
doing commercials for “Mervyn’s”, “Fresh Express
Salad Mix”, “Southern Comfort”, “Bear Mountain”,
and many others. Her favorite voice work to date, however, has been
making ridiculous prank calls as “Cammie” on Crank Yankers.
Lisa also seems to be quite comfortable in the hosting seat. After
two seasons on the Oxygen Network’s Pajama Party, she is now
enjoying her time as co-host on TBS’ Dinner and a Movie.
very grateful for the love and support of her amazing parents. She
also acknowledges the role her brother played in her success: namely,
never allowing her to get a word in edgewise at the dinner table,
leaving her starved for attention. Lisa’s biggest joys in life
are her family, her friends, and her amazing husband. She also really
likes her two cats, even though she still considers herself a “dog
is my best friend, and favorite rock star!
co-host. and all-around funny guy!
voice-over genius... you hear him all the time, and don't know
of Dan Smith, a hilarious stand-up. See him live if you get the
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