Ross Bickell was married to Loni Anderson from 1973 to 1981. Ken Hudson Campbell was born on April 6, 1963. He is an alumnus of Chicago's Second City.
Ross Bickell was married to Loni Anderson from 1973 to 1981.
Ken Hudson Campbell was born on April 6, 1963. He is an alumnus of Chicago's Second City.
as Iris Puffybush
TV: "Hope and Faith" (12/5/03), "Sex and the City" (Mrs. McCaffrey, aka Cataract Lady; 8/17, 8/24/03, 1/4/04 [uncredited]), "TV Funhouse" (1/10/01)
TV COMMERCIAL: The Sims [computer game]
To see more pictures of Dolores Duffy, go to the Flatpoint Faculty photo gallery.
Janeane Garofalo as Cassie Pines, Student Counselor, episodes 2-04 "The Goodbye Guy" and
FILM: Stay, Jiminy Glick in Lalawood, The Laramie Project, Martin & Orloff, Wet Hot American Summer, Big Trouble, The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle, Mystery Men, Reality Bites, Dogma, 200 Cigarettes, Cop Land, Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, Kids In The Hall: Brain Candy, Now and Then, The Truth About Cats and Dogs
TV: "The West Wing" (Louise Thornton, 2005), "The Sopranos" (Zephyr, 2/27/00), "Ed" (Liz Stevens, unaired CBS pilot), "Law & Order" (Greta Heiss, 3/13 & 3/27/97) "The Ben Stiller Show", "Saturday Night Live", "TV Nation", Tales of the City, "The Larry Sanders Show", "Felicity"
Janeane Garofalo was born on September 28, 1964 in Newton, New Jersey. She attended Madison High School in Madison, NJ, and then went on to Providence College. In 1991 she married her boyfriend, Rob Cohen, at a Las Vegas drive-in chapel as a joke. They had gone to Vegas with the rest of the cast of "The Ben Stiller Show" and decided to get married along with some of the other crew members. After their relationship ended they never officially got divorced.
Jackie Hoffman as Miss Plog, Job Counselor, episode 2-10 "A Price Too High For Riches"
FILM: Robots, A Dirty Shame, Garden State, Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde, Kissing Jessica Stein, Down, Mo' Money
TV: "Starved", "Howard Stern: The High School Years" (Ray Stern), "Hope & Faith (Bobbie, 10/15/04), "Curb Your Enthusiasm" (Rhonda, 1/11/04), "Ed" (Cookie Mom #2, 11/21/01), "PB&J Otter", "Dilbert", "TV Funhouse", Freaky Friday (1995), "Flying Blind" (Sales Clerk, 3/21/93), "Soul Man"
VIDEO: A Pig's Tale
STAGE: Hairspray, Screen Door [spoof of Stage Door with Jodi Lennon, Wallace Shawn, Lypsinka, Flotilla Debarge, Mary Birdsong, Andre Gregory, Beth Broderick, Sheila MacRae, and Tammy Grimes], Jackie Hoffman's Hanukkah, Jackie's Kosher Khristmas, Jackie's Valentine's Day Massacre, The Book of Liz, One Woman Shoe, Incident at Cobbler's Knob, Vanities, Once In a Lifetime, Hair, Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, Straight Jacket [at Playhouse 91], Imitation of Imitation of Life [with Jodi Lennon, Lypsinka, and Flotilla Debarge at Westbeth Theater]
To see more pictures of Jackie Hoffman, go to the Flatpoint Faculty photo gallery.
as Principal Onyx Blackman
FILM: A Family Thing, Losing Isaiah, The Fugitive, Time Served
To see more pictures of Greg Hollimon, go to the Flatpoint Faculty photo gallery.
Brian Keeler as Mr. Gwinette, Science Teacher, episode 3-06 "Invisible Love"
STAGE: Sister Mary Ignatius w/Lynn Redgrave
FILM: The Floys of Neighborly Lane
TV: Kojak: The Belarus File, "Ryan's Hope" (1983), "As the World Turns", "Law & Order" (5/13/98), Venice Medical
Joe Liss as Coach Joe Liss, episode 2-02 "Behind Blank Eyes"
FILM: The Thin Pink Line, Major League, Meet the Applegates, Curly Sue, Home Alone 2, Wayne's World 2, The Effects of Magic, Can't Stop Dancing
TV: "VS.", "That '80s Show" (Hoover, 1/23, 2/6, 2/13, 2/20/02), "Third Rock From the Sun" [staff writer]
Larry Marshall as Jazzy, episode 3-08 "There Once Was a Blank From Nantucket"
FILM: Waking the Dead, She-Devil, The Cotton Club, Roadie, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Panic in Needle Park
TV: "Soul Food", "Third Watch"
Mark McKinney as Lee, episode 3-10 "The Last Temptation of Blank"
FILM: This Might Be Good, Brain Candy, Superstar, The Ladies Man, The Out-Of-Towners, A Night at the Roxbury, The Last Days of Disco, Spice World
TV: "Kids In The Hall", "Saturday Night Live"
Mark McKinney was born on June 26, 1959 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. His father, Russell, was a Canadian diplomat, and his mother, Chloe, was an architectural writer. Mark's younger brother, Nick, is also a comedian and appeared on the short lived Comedy Central sketch comedy show "The Vacant Lot". Mark attended a number of schools in cities around the world while traveling with his father, including Trinidad, Paris, and Washington D.C. He met Bruce McCulloch at the Loose Moose Theater Company, and the two joined with two other comedians to form the comedy troupe, 'The Audience', which performed at Theatresports. Later, Mark moved with Bruce to Toronto and met Dave Foley and Kevin McDonald. They combined to form The Kids In the Hall. He then later starred in the 1989 TV cult sensation, "The Kids in the Hall". After the show was canceled in 1994, Mark became a cast member of "Saturday Night Live" from 1995 to 1997. Although all five KITH troupe members were offered a spot on SNL, McKinney was the only one who accepted. In September 1995 he married Marina Gharabegian, who gave birth to their son, Christopher Thomas Russell McKinney, on March 4, 1996. The couple had their second child, Emma Jane, in July 2001.
Steve & Mark O'Donnell as the Librarians, episode 3-04 "Is My Daddy Crazy?"
EDUCATION: Harvard Class of '76 and both are Harvard Lampoon Alumni; Mark was a writer for "Saturday Night Live", wrote the book for the stage musical version of the John Waters film Hairspray, and has taught a comedy writing class at Yale; Steve created the famous "Top 10 List" for "The Late Show With David Letterman" and has also been a consultant for "The Chris Rock Show". His television writing credits include "The Simpsons", "Seinfeld", "LateLine", and "The Downer Channel"
To see more pictures of the O'Donnells, go to the Flatpoint Faculty photo gallery.
Cheri Oteri as Hillary, episode 3-10 "The Last Temptation of Blank"
FILM: Shrek the Third, Dumb & Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd, Scary Movie, Love & Sex, Inspector Gadget, Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, Liar Liar
TV: "Curb Your Enthusiasm", "Saturday Night Live", "Just Shoot Me"
Cheri Oteri was born on September 19, 1965 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She grew up in Upper Darby, PA. She moved to Los Angeles when she was 25 and worked in Promotions for A&M records for 4 years. She then joined up with the Groundlings, an improv comedy group. One night a "Saturday Night Live" rep was in the audience and he liked her, so she flew to New York for a formal audition and made the cut. She debuted on the show on September 9, 1995.
Tom Everett Scott as Mr. Drummel, Shop Teacher (scene cut due to time constraints), episode 3-03 "Trail of Tears"
FILM: Van Wilder: Party Liaison, Boiler Room, One True Thing, An American Werewolf in Paris, Dead Man On Campus, That Thing You Do
TV: "Grace Under Fire", Inherit the Wind
STAGE: The Country Club
Calliope "Callie" Thorne as School Nurse in episode 3-09 "Bully"; Mrs. Thorne in Strangers With Candy: The Movie
FILM: This is not a Film, Analyze That, Sidewalks of New York, Hysterical Blindness, Washington Heights, Revolution #9, Double Parked, Whipped, Next Stop Wonderland, Chocolate For Breakfast, Turbulence, Ed's Next Move, Wirey Spindell
TV: "Rescue Me" (Sheila Keefe, 8/4/04, 8/11/04), "Law &38; Order: Special Victims Unit" (11/4/03), "Ed" (Judy Kellman, 11/12/00), "Third Watch" (1/14/02), "The Wire" (Elena McNulty, 6/22/03, 6/15/03, 8/11/02), "The $treet" (Sabrina McKee, 2001), "Homicide: Life on the Street"
STAGE: The Country Club
as Coach Cherri Wolf
TV: Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Upright Citizen's Brigade [Gretel, 8/26/98; Angry Protester, 10/7/98]
STAGE: One Woman Shoe, The Real Live Brady Bunch, Loose Lips (1998 comedy revue at Eighty-Eight's in NYC; directed by Martin Charnin; written by Kurt Anderson, Lisa Birnbach, and Jamie Malanowski; with Andy Richter, Greg Berger, Scott Bryant, Keith Primi, Ingrid Rockefeller, and Mark Smaltz; 8 performances)
To see more pictures of Sarah Thyre, go to the Flatpoint Faculty photo gallery.