Jenny Slate

actress, stand-up comedian and author

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Maybe you’ve seen Jenny Slate on TV series such as “Saturday Night Live” and “Parks and Recreation,” and in films like “Venom” and “Obvious Child.”

Comedian Jenny Slate on overcoming stage fright, and being herself again after divorce

Maybe you’ve seen Jenny Slate on TV series such as “Saturday Night Live” and “Parks and Recreation,” and in films like “Venom” and “Obvious Child.”

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"I don't want to scrub myself clean. I'm always interested in characters when they misbehave because of hurt." Comedian Jenny Slate on her first starring role.

Jenny Slate: Obvious Child

"I don't want to scrub myself clean. I'm always interested in characters when they misbehave because of hurt." Comedian Jenny Slate on her first starring role.

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