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Andrea Martin

Biography

Vocalist Andrea Martin first earned see like a songwriter, penning R&B strikes including Monica’s “BEFORE YOU DECIDE TO GO OUT of MY ENTIRE LIFE,” SWV’s “You’re the main one” and En Vogue’s “DON’T ALLOW Move.” Her debut single album, THE VERY BEST of Me, adopted in 1998.

Quick Facts


Full Name Andrea Martin
Height 1.62 m
Profession Comedian, Screenwriter, Voice Actor
Education Emerson College
Nationality American
Spouse Bob Dolman
Children Joe Dolman, Jack Dolman
Parents John Martin, Sybil A. Martin
Awards Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing - Variety Series, Earle Grey Award, Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical, Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play
Music Songs Let Me Return the Favor, Share the Love, I Still Love You, Underbad, Release Me, State of the Nation, My Baby's Waiting, Gone, Ordinary Day, Become You, Fashion of Hate, Towards the Surface, Distances, The Funny: Duck Joke, Happy Face, No Time at All, Swollen Sea, Ever, Right is Wrong, Yeti, Lovesong, One Last Whisper, Burn, Autoban, Sugarcoated, Saveyour, Highway, Preservation America, Rotten Day, Connected, My Mistake, Blue Mood
Nominations Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Solo Performance, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Canadian Screen Awards - Bell Media Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role, Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series, Gemini Award for Best Performance or Host in a Variety Program or Series, Gemini Award for Best Performance in a Variety or Performing Arts Program or Series, Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Featured Performance
Movies My Big Fat Greek Wedding, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, Wag the Dog, New York Minute, Cannibal Girls, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Anastasia, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Hairspray Live!, Club Paradise, Breaking Upwards, All Over the Guy, The Producers, Innerspace, Black Christmas, Boris and Natasha: The Movie, Young Triffie, Wholly Moses!, Worth Winning, Bartok the Magnificent, Brother Bear 2, The TV Set, Recess: School's Out, How to Eat Fried Worms, Soup for One, All I Want for Christmas, Loser, The Toe Tactic, The Rugrats Movie, Stepping Out, Bogus, Foxy Lady, Prince Charming, Too Much Sun, The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue, Harrison Bergeron, Rude Awakening, Barbie as the Island Princess, Itsy Bitsy Spider, BuzzKill, In Search of Dr. Seuss, Torn Between Two Lovers, Tom and Jerry: Back to Oz, Gypsy, Three Inches, After All These Years, It's Not Just You, Murray!, Operation: Jet Fusion, The Best of SCTV, Jimmy Neutron: Attack of the Twonkies, Sick in the Head
TV Shows Second City Television, Working the Engels, Difficult People, The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, George and Martha, The David Steinberg Show, The New Woody Woodpecker Show, Earthworm Jim, Camp Candy, Goof Troop, SCTV Channel, My Big Fat Greek Life, Committed, Great News, Recess, Dino Dan, CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival, SCTV Network 90, The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley, Life... and Stuff, St. Urbain's Horseman, Roxie, Damon, The Martin Short Show, The Carol Burnett Show (1991), Juno Awards


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#Fact
1 For her second Tony award, the Broadway revival of "Pippin," she played the role originated by Irene "Granny Clampett" Ryan, who was also nominated for a Tony for that role but did not win.
2 She won her first Tony award playing a woman her own age in "My Favorite Year" in which she appeared with Mark Linn Baker. She then played comical "old lady" roles in 6 more Broadway shows and received Tony nominations for all but one of them, and added a second Tony as the old lady in "Pippin."
3 Quit her role as Ishka, in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993), after filming one episode because she felt uncomfortable wearing the character prosthetics. She was subsequently replaced by the late Cecily Adams.
4 Following college graduation she immediately relocated to New York and landed the role of Lucy in the first national tour of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" within a short time. She earned her Equity card and toured with the show for six months.
5 Performed in children's theatre and summer stock before enrolling in Boston's Emerson College where she majored in theatre and speech.
6 Nominated for the 2008 Tony Award (New York City) for Supporting or Features Actress in a Musical for "Young Frankenstein".
7 According to weekly Variety she has been cast as Frau Brucher in the Broadway bound Young Frankenstein 2007.
8 Was a member of the legendary Toronto production of Godspell, along with Martin Short, Gilda Radner, Eugene Levy, Victor Garber and musical director Paul Shaffer.
9 Won Broadway's 1992 Tony Award as Best Actress (Featured Role - Musical) for "My Favorite Year." Subsequently, she has twice been nominated in the same category: in 1997 for a reviival of "Candide" and in 2002 for playing Aunt Eller in a revival of "Oklahoma!"
10 Ex-sister-in-law of Nancy Dolman and Martin Short.
11 1992 Tony Award for "My Favorite Year"
12 Wrote/Performed in critically acclaimed one-woman show in Los Angeles and New York entitled "Nude, Nude, Totally Nude".
13 Won two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program in 1982 and 1983.
14 Former member of Toronto Second City.
15 Andrea Martin is of Armenian descent - her grandfather's last name was Papazian when he immigrated in the early 1900s from Ottoman Turkey. When he settled his family in Maine, he changed the last name from Papazian to Martin. Andrea's other grandparents were also ethnic Armenian immigrants.
16 Has two sons - Joe Dolman (b. 1983) and Jack Dolman (b. 1981).


Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Lionhearts 1998 TV Series
Damon 1998 TV Series Carol Czynencko
Wag the Dog 1997 Liz Butsky
The Simpsons 1997 TV Series Apu's Mother
Anastasia 1997 Phlegmenkoff / Old Woman (voice)
Meego 1997 TV Series Connie
Recess 1997 TV Series Lunchlady Harriet (voice)
Life... and Stuff 1997 TV Series Christine
Earthworm Jim 1995-1996 TV Series Queen Slug-For-A-Butt / Mrs. Bleverage
Bogus 1996 Penny
Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man 1994-1996 TV Series Mayor Gallagher / Madame Rosebud
The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat 1996 TV Series Voices
Harrison Bergeron 1995 TV Movie Diana Moon Glampers
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 1995 TV Series Ishka
Guitarman 1994 TV Movie Mirth Meadows
In Search of Dr. Seuss 1994 TV Movie The Ad Woman
Batman: The Animated Series 1994 TV Series Mighty Mom / Lisa Lorraine
The Martin Short Show 1994 TV Series Alice Manoogan
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters 1994 TV Series Gromble's Mom
Gypsy 1993 TV Movie Miss Cratchitt
David Copperfield 1993 TV Movie Aunt Betsey (voice)
The Trial of Red Riding Hood 1992 TV Movie Grandma
Frosty Returns 1992 TV Short Miss Carbuncle (voice)
Goof Troop 1992 TV Series Mrs. Willoughby
Bobby's World 1992 TV Series
Darkwing Duck 1992 TV Series Splatter Phoenix
The Itsy Bitsy Spider 1992 Short Music Teacher (voice)
Boris and Natasha 1992 TV Movie Toots
Maniac Mansion 1992 TV Series Dr. Fontana Blue
Camp Candy 1992 TV Series
Ted & Venus 1991 Bag Lady
All I Want for Christmas 1991 Olivia
The Carol Burnett Show 1991 TV Series Skit characters
Stepping Out 1991 Dorothy
Too Much Sun 1990 Bitsy
Worth Winning 1989 Claire Broudy
Rude Awakening 1989 April Stool
The Tracey Ullman Show 1989 TV Series Therapy Patient
Kid Safe: The Video 1988 Video short Kathy Tudor
Martha, Ruth & Edie 1988 Ruth
The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley 1988 TV Series Mrs. Freebus
Sesame Street, Special 1988 TV Movie Edith Prickley (segment "Put Down the Duckie")
The Best of SCTV 1988 TV Movie Edith Prickley Perini Scleroso Various Characters
Merrill Markoe's Guide to Glamorous Living 1988 TV Movie
Poison 1988 TV Series Melissa
Sharon, Lois & Bram's Elephant Show 1988 TV Series Andrea Martin
Innerspace 1987 Waiting Room Patient
Roxie 1987 TV Series Roxie Brinkerhoff
Kate & Allie 1986 TV Series Eddie Gordon
Club Paradise 1986 Linda White
Martin Short: Concert for the North Americas 1985 TV Movie Yolanda Devilbis
SCTV Channel 1983-1984 TV Series Various / Marlena Zadora
SCTV Network 1981-1983 TV Series Various / Libby Wolfson / Edith Prickley
Soup for One 1982 Concord Seductress
Titans 1981 TV Series George Sand
The Robert Klein Show 1981 TV Movie
SCTV 1976-1981 TV Series Various / Edith Prickley / Edith Prickly / ...
From Cleveland 1980 TV Movie Various
Wholly Moses! 1980 Zipporah
Torn Between Two Lovers 1979 TV Movie Steffie Conti
That Thing on ABC 1978 TV Movie Performer
The David Steinberg Show 1976-1977 TV Series Julie Liverfoot
The Rimshots 1976 TV Movie
The Sunshine Hour 1976 TV Series Regular
King of Kensington 1975 TV Series Wilma Willoughby
Black Christmas 1974 Phyl
Cannibal Girls 1973 Gloria Wellaby
Foxy Lady 1971 Girl Next Door
The Hart & Lorne Terrific Hour 1971 TV Series Baffin Islander / Anthem Singer #2
Great News 2017 TV Series Carol
Hairspray Live! 2016 TV Movie Prudy Pingleton
Difficult People 2015-2016 TV Series Marilyn Kessler
Tom & Jerry: Back to Oz 2016 Video The Hungry Tiger (voice)
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 2016 Aunt Voula
Modern Family 2015 TV Series Fig
Live from Lincoln Center 2015 TV Series Aunt Kate / Freida Fishbein / Beatrice Kaufman
The Jack and Triumph Show 2015 TV Series Elena Ekalakavarakova
Night at the Museum 3 2014 Rose (Archivist)
American Dad! 2014 TV Series Sri Lankan Worker
Working the Engels 2014 TV Series Ceil Engel
Fugget About It 2012-2013 TV Series The Virgin Mary
Crash & Bernstein 2013 TV Series Mother Green
After All These Years 2013 TV Movie Anita Dixie
Untitled Larry Dorf/Ben Falcone Project 2013 TV Movie Shelli
Delivering the Goods 2012 Anna
30 Rock 2012 TV Series Bonnie
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About Christmas! 2012 TV Movie voice
Girl Most Likely 2012 Stage Zelda
Winnipeg Comedy Festival 2011 2012 TV Series
I, Martin Short, Goes Home 2012 TV Movie Midwife
BuzzKill 2012 Lil Albright (voice)
Three Inches 2011 TV Movie Belinda Spackman
The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 2010-2011 TV Series Bernadette / Themba / Mabel
Dino Dan 2010 TV Series Mrs. Hahn
Little Mosque on the Prairie 2010 TV Series Dr. Lois Kettlebaum
Sesame Street 1987-2009 TV Series Wanda Falbo / Fairy Godmonster / Lecture Lady / ...
Nurse Jackie 2009 TV Series Mrs. Greenfield
Breaking Upwards 2009 Helaine
The Toe Tactic 2008 Honey (voice)
SpongeBob SquarePants 2007 TV Series Miss Priss
Barbie as the Island Princess 2007 Video Queen Ariana (voice)
Kim Possible 2003-2007 TV Series Mrs. Stoppable / Nervous Singer
Insatiable 2007 TV Series
St. Urbain's Horseman 2007 TV Mini-Series Sarah Hersh
Black Christmas 2006 Barbara 'Ms. Mac' MacHenry
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius 2002-2006 TV Series Ms. Fowl
Young Triffie's Been Made Away With 2006 Mrs. Grace Melrose
How to Eat Fried Worms 2006 Mrs. Bommley
Brother Bear 2 2006 Video Anda (voice)
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy 2006 TV Series Monster Wife
The TV Set 2006 Becky
Cracking Up 2006 TV Series Carol Baxter
Kitchen Confidential 2006 TV Series Margie
The Producers 2005 Kiss Me-Feel Me
Hope & Faith 2005 TV Series Madame Elizabeth
Chilly Beach 2005 TV Series Lucretia Marinara
Jimmy Neutron: Attack of the Twonkies 2005 TV Movie Ms. Fowl (voice)
New York Minute 2004/I Senator Anne Lipton
Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time 2003 TV Movie Mrs. Stoppable (voice)
Ozzy & Drix 2003 TV Series Aunti Histamine
Sick in the Head 2003 TV Movie
My Big Fat Greek Life 2003 TV Series Voula
Rugrats 1992-2002 TV Series Aunt Miriam / Woman
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Jimmy Neutron Vs Jimmy Negatron 2002 Video Game Ms. Fowl (voice)
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2002 Aunt Voula
Crossing Jordan 2002 TV Series Nora Kaminski
Ed 2002 TV Series Kaye Pazzuti
Just for Laughs 2002 TV Series Edith Prickley (2002)
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius 2001 Mrs. Fowl (voice)
The Kid 2001 TV Movie Witch (voice)
Prince Charming 2001 TV Movie Serena
Primetime Glick 2001 TV Series Anne Heche
All Over the Guy 2001 Dr. Ellen Wyckoff
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius Shorts 2001 TV Series short Ms. Fowl
The New Woody Woodpecker Show 1999-2001 TV Series Ms. Meany
DAG 2001 TV Series Betty Winn
Committed 2001 TV Series Frances Wilder (voice)
Recess: School's Out 2001 Lunchlady Harriet (voice)
Hedwig and the Angry Inch 2001 Phyllis Stein
Rugrats: Acorn Nuts & Diapey Butts 2000 TV Movie Aunt Miriam (voice)
Loser 2000 Professor
George and Martha 1999-2000 TV Series Martha
Believe 2000/I Muriel Twyman
Superman 1998-2000 TV Series Mad Harriet
Bartok the Magnificent 1999 Video Baba Yaga (voice)
Norm 1999 TV Series Millie
The Outer Limits 1999 TV Series Lil Vaughn
Hercules 1998-1999 TV Series Waitress / Bird / Snake woman
Timon & Pumbaa 1999 TV Series
The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue 1998 Video Muriel (voice)
Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain 1998 TV Series Ms. Entebee
The Wild Thornberrys 1998 TV Series Mother Condor
The Rugrats Movie 1998 Aunt Miriam (voice)
CatDog 1998 TV Series Talluhla / Indian

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Winnipeg Comedy Festival 2011 2012 TV Series writer - 1 episode
CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival 2008-2012 TV Series writer - 2 episodes
Andrea Martin... Together Again 1989 TV Movie
The Best of SCTV 1988 TV Movie
SCTV Channel 1983-1984 TV Series writer - 18 episodes
SCTV Network 1981-1983 TV Series written by - 39 episodes
SCTV TV Series 1 episode, 1977 writer - 76 episodes, 1976 - 1981
From Cleveland 1980 TV Movie

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Tom & Jerry: Back to Oz 2016 Video performer: "Oh My, Oh My, Oh My"
The 67th Annual Tony Awards 2013 TV Movie documentary performer: "Magic To Do"
SpongeBob SquarePants 2007 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Barbie as the Island Princess 2007 Video performer: "Love Is For Peasants"
The 56th Annual Tony Awards 2002 TV Special performer: "The Farmer and the Cowman"
David Copperfield 1993 TV Movie performer: "I Hate Boys", "Family Christmas"
Sing Yourself Silly! 1990 Video short performer: "Put Down the Duckie" 1986 - uncredited
Sesame Street, Special 1988 TV Movie performer: "Put Down the Duckie"

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Andrea Martin... Together Again 1989 TV Movie executive producer

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Foxy Lady 1971 production assistant

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Whether You Like It or Not: The Story of Hedwig 2003 Video documentary special thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Making the Greekquel 2016 Video documentary short Herself
Broadway.com 2016 Tony Awards Special 2016 TV Movie Herself
The 70th Annual Tony Awards 2016 TV Special Herself - Nominee
Show People with Paul Wontorek 2016 TV Series Herself
Weekend Today 2016 TV Series Herself - Guest
Today 2016 TV Series Herself
2015 Canadian Screen Awards 2015 TV Movie Herself - Host
Women Who Act 2015 Documentary Herself
Conan 2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
The View 2014 TV Series Herself
The Broadway.com Show 2013-2014 TV Series Herself
Showing Up 2014 Documentary Herself
Becoming Fosse 2013 Short Herself (voice)
The 67th Annual Tony Awards 2013 TV Movie documentary Herself - Winner: Best Featured Actress in a Musical
Land of Lola: Backstage at 'Kinky Boots' with Billy Porter 2013 TV Series Herself
The Hour 2009-2012 TV Series Herself - Panelist / Herself
32nd Annual Genie Awards 2012 TV Special Herself - Host
CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival 2008-2012 TV Series Herself - Host
The Marilyn Denis Show 2011 TV Series Herself
Side by Side by Susan Blackwell 2010 TV Series Herself
The 62nd Annual Tony Awards 2008 TV Special Herself - Nominee: Best Featured Actress in a Musical
Broadway Beat 2007 TV Series Herself
What Have You Done?: The Remaking of 'Black Christmas' 2006 TV Short documentary Herself / 'Ms. Mac'
Celebrity Poker Showdown 2006 TV Series Herself
HypaSpace 2006 TV Series documentary Herself
Celebrity Autobiography: In Their Own Words 2005 TV Movie Herself
Distinguished Artists 2005 TV Series Herself
25 Years of Skinnamarink 2004 TV Movie Herself
Whether You Like It or Not: The Story of Hedwig 2003 Video documentary Herself
The 56th Annual Tony Awards 2002 TV Special Herself - Performer & Nominee: Best Featured Actress in a Musical
Working in the Theatre 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
The Rosie O'Donnell Show 1996-2002 TV Series Herself
Hollywood Squares 2001 TV Series Herself
Just for Laughs: Montreal Comedy Festival 2001 TV Special documentary Edith Prickley
My Funny Valentine 2000 TV Movie Herself
The Martin Short Show 1999 TV Series Herself
The 51st Annual Tony Awards 1997 TV Special Herself - Nominee: Best Featured Actress in a Musical
MADtv 1997 TV Series Herself - Host
Biography 1995 TV Series documentary Herself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 1995 TV Series Herself
Late Show with David Letterman 1994 TV Series Herself
John & Leeza from Hollywood 1993 TV Series Herself
The 47th Annual Tony Awards 1993 TV Special Herself - Winner: Best Featured Actress in a Musical
Friends of Gilda 1993 TV Movie Herself
Late Night with David Letterman 1982-1992 TV Series Herself / Herself - Guest
In a New Light: A Call to Action in the War Against AIDS 1992 TV Movie documentary Herself
Free to Laugh: A Comedy and Music Special for Amnesty International 1992 TV Special Herself
A Comedy Salute to Michael Jordan 1991 TV Movie Herself
Six Ladies Laughing 1990 TV Movie Herself - Host
Andrea Martin... Together Again 1989 TV Movie Herself / Edith Prickley / Yolanda Devillbis / ...
Sesame Street 1988-1989 TV Series Herself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1989 TV Series Herself
Later with Bob Costas 1989 TV Series Herself
The Second City Toronto 15th Anniversary 1988 TV Movie Herself / Girl
On Location: Women of the Night II 1988 TV Movie Herself - Host
The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour 1988 TV Series Herself
Baloney 1988 TV Series Herself
Comic Relief 1986/I TV Special Herself
David Letterman's Holiday Film Festival 1985 TV Movie Herself (Segment "PMS")
The 35th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1983 TV Special Herself - Winner: Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program
Andy Warhol's TV 1983 TV Series Herself
The 34th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1982 TV Special Herself - Co-Winner: Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program & Nominee: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Variety or Music Series
Anson and Lorrie 1981 TV Movie Herself / Various
The Alan Thicke Show 1981 TV Series Herself
SCTV 1981 TV Series Herself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Second City: First Family of Comedy 2006 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself
Boffo! Tinseltown's Bombs and Blockbusters 2006 Documentary Aunt Vola (uncredited)
Fabulous! The Story of Queer Cinema 2006 Documentary Dr. Ellen Wyckoff
Weird Sex and Snowshoes: A Trek Through the Canadian Cinematic Psyche 2004 TV Movie documentary Fiona
The Joke's on Us: 50 Years of CBC Satire 2002 TV Movie Various SCTV Characters
The Best of John Candy on SCTV 1996 TV Movie Various Characters
Toonces, the Cat Who Could Drive a Car 1992 TV Movie
Sing Yourself Silly! 1990 Video short Edith Prickley
SCTV Network 1981 TV Series Various
SCTV 1979-1981 TV Series Various

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1995 Earle Grey Award Gemini Awards · Eugene Levy
· Harold Ramis
· Rick Moranis
· John Candy
· Dave Thomas
· Catherine O'Hara
· Joe Flaherty
· Martin Short
1983 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981) · John Candy (writer)
· Joe Flaherty (writer)
· Eugene Levy (writer)
· Martin Short (writer)
· Dick Blasucci (writer)
· Paul Flaherty (writer)
· John McAndrew (writer)
· Doug Steckler (writer)
· Bob Dolman (writer)
· Michael Short (writer)
· Mary Charlotte Wilcox (writer)
1982 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981) · John Candy (writer)
· Joe Flaherty (writer)
· Eugene Levy (writer)
· Rick Moranis (writer)
· Catherine O'Hara (writer)
· Dave Thomas (writer)
· Dick Blasucci (writer)
· Paul Flaherty (writer)
· Bob Dolman (writer)
· John McAndrew (writer)
· Doug Steckler (writer)
· Mert Rich (writer)
· Jeffrey Barron (writer)
· Michael Short (writer)
· Chris Cluess (writer)
· Stu Kreisman (writer)
· Brian McConnachie (writer)
1973 Medalla Sitges en Plata de Ley Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival Best Actress Cannibal Girls (1973)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015 Canadian Screen Award Canadian Screen Awards, CA Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role Working the Engels (2014)
2008 Gemini Gemini Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series St. Urbain's Horseman (2007)
2003 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002) · Gia Carides
· Michael Constantine
· John Corbett
· Joey Fatone
· Lainie Kazan
· Nia Vardalos
1990 American Comedy Award American Comedy Awards, USA Funniest Female Performer in a TV Special (Leading or Supporting) Network, Cable or Syndication Andrea Martin... Together Again (1989)
1984 ACE CableACE Awards Writing a Comedy or Music Program SCTV Channel (1983) · Dick Blasucci
· Valri Bromfield
· Bob Dolman
· David Flaherty
· Joe Flaherty
· Paul Flaherty
· Eugene Levy
· John McAndrew
· Martin Short
· Michael Short
1983 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981) · John Candy (writer)
· Joe Flaherty (writer)
· Eugene Levy (writer)
· Catherine O'Hara (writer)
· Martin Short (writer)
· Dick Blasucci (writer)
· Paul Flaherty (writer)
· John McAndrew (writer)
· Doug Steckler (writer)
· Bob Dolman (writer)
· Michael Short (writer)
· Mary Charlotte Wilcox (writer)
1983 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981) · John Candy (writer)
· Joe Flaherty (writer)
· Eugene Levy (writer)
· Martin Short (writer)
· Dick Blasucci (writer)
· Paul Flaherty (writer)
· John McAndrew (writer)
· Doug Steckler (writer)
· Bob Dolman (writer)
· Michael Short (writer)
· Jeffrey Barron (writer)
· Mary Charlotte Wilcox (writer)
· Dave Thomas (writer)
1983 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981) · John Candy (writer)
· Joe Flaherty (writer)
· Eugene Levy (writer)
· Martin Short (writer)
· Dick Blasucci (writer)
· Paul Flaherty (writer)
· John McAndrew (writer)
· Doug Steckler (writer)
· Bob Dolman (writer)
· Michael Short (writer)
· Jeffrey Barron (writer)
· Mary Charlotte Wilcox (writer)
1983 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981) · John Candy (writer)
· Joe Flaherty (writer)
· Eugene Levy (writer)
· Martin Short (writer)
· Dick Blasucci (writer)
· Paul Flaherty (writer)
· John McAndrew (writer)
· Doug Steckler (writer)
· Bob Dolman (writer)
· Michael Short (writer)
· Jeffrey Barron (writer)
· Mary Charlotte Wilcox (writer)
· Dave Thomas (writer)
1982 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy or Variety or Music Series SCTV Network 90 (1981)
1982 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981) · John Candy (writer)
· Joe Flaherty (writer)
· Eugene Levy (writer)
· Rick Moranis (writer)
· Catherine O'Hara (writer)
· Dave Thomas (writer)
· Dick Blasucci (writer)
· Paul Flaherty (writer)
· Bob Dolman (writer)
· John McAndrew (writer)
· Doug Steckler (writer)
· Jeffrey Barron (writer)
1982 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981) · John Candy (writer)
· Joe Flaherty (writer)
· Eugene Levy (writer)
· Rick Moranis (writer)
· Catherine O'Hara (writer)
· Dave Thomas (writer)
· Dick Blasucci (writer)
· Paul Flaherty (writer)
· Bob Dolman (writer)
· John McAndrew (writer)
· Doug Steckler (writer)
· Mert Rich (writer)
· Jeffrey Barron (writer)
1982 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981) · John Candy (writer)
· Joe Flaherty (writer)
· Eugene Levy (writer)
· Rick Moranis (writer)
· Catherine O'Hara (writer)
· Dave Thomas (writer)
· Dick Blasucci (writer)
· Paul Flaherty (writer)
· Bob Dolman (writer)
· John McAndrew (writer)
· Doug Steckler (writer)
· Michael Short (writer)
· Tom Couch (writer)
· Eddie Gorodetsky (writer)
· Don Novello (writer)


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#Quote
1 There are always going to be people who see me a certain way, but that's not important. What's important is that I began to see that I could do other things. The minute you believe you can do other things, you'll convince others as well. Then you can go into an audition without fear but with excitement because you can't wait to show all you can do. If you feel you have limitations, that will come across.
2 There's always something you can garner from someone else's approach. I'm not proud at all. I may have missed something, and I'm not worried about copying anybody. Despite my years at SCTV, I'm not a good impersonator. It's hard to play someone else. It always comes from me. It has to. I work really hard every night. That's why I don't like long runs.
3 Take classes, work with other actors, create your own material, and stop blaming your agent. You can change how people see you. It all lies with you, but that takes a lot of work, and it's endless. Yes, I believe in luck. Some people are luckier than others. I've worked hard, but I've also been fortunate.


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