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A stand up comedian actress and writer Sarah Silverman was born on 2nd December 1970 in Bedford, New Hampshire. She was sometimes called as "Big S" or Sarah Big S Silverman. She is from a middle class family. She has three sisters and they raised in Bedford, Massachusetts.

She was interested in comedy from her childhood only. She had written the phrase "I Love Steve Martin" On the ceiling of her bedroom. At the age 17 Sarah Silverman performed her first act at Stitches in Boston. She had done her graduation in Manhattan after dropping out of New York University.

When she was of 22 years old she was spotted by the scouts of "Saturday Night Live". From that time Sarah's career gets blowing and she starts performing and writing for that show.

In 1993 she appeared as a Not Ready for Prime Time Player and got in trouble with the NBC censors. She had done commentary on the spot Weekend Update, there she joked about her desire to have an abortion. Because of her scenes, she was in trouble and soon she was out of job.

She came back again by performing the episodes of Star Trek: Voyager (1996-1977), Seinfeld (1996-1997), The Naked Truth (1997-1998) and also written a story of The Larry Sanders Show (1996-1998). Also she made her film debute in 1997's movie Whos the Caboose?.

At the time of very competitive season Sarah was appeared by performing the small roles in the films such as Farrelly Brothers hit There's Something About Mary (1998), The Bachelor (1999), starring Chris Connelly and Rene Zellweger, and Warren Beattys political satire Bullworth (1998).

During the 1993-94 season of Saturday Night Live Sarah Silverman earned national exposure and got a career break. She was fired after the one season of SNL because she had written only one sketch. A former writer of SNL Bob Odenkirk commented on this as he knows her form her stand-up in Los Angels.

"I could see how it wouldn't work at SNL because she's got her own voice, she's very much Sarah Silverman all the time. She can play a character but she doesn't disappear into the character-she makes the character her."

After that Sarah Silverman moved to the HBO sketch comedy show Mr. Show with Bob and David. She made guest appearances on the programs such as he two part time travel episode "Future's End" of Star Trek: Voyager and as a series regular on the TV show Greg the Bunny (2002).

She also competed in a couple tournaments on Celebrity Poker Showdown. also she has appeared in the episodes of Entourage and Pilot Season. She also performed a voice character in the animated series Drawn Together and American Dad. In 2005 she finished her own comedy film "Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic". The same year she had made a TV production "Rent" (2005).


Nicknames: Sarah Silverman
Birth Date: 2 December 1970

Birth Place: Bedford, New Hampshire, USA

Sign: Scorpio

Zodiac Year: Dog

Profession: Actress, comedian, writer

Contact Information :

c/o Mosaic Media Group
9200 West Sunset Boulevard, Suite 1000
Los Angeles, CA 90069

Sarah Silverman is a professional actress writer and a comedian born on 2nd December at Bedford, New Hampshire, in USA. She is a so sassy and sharp actress. In 1995 she started writing for the movie Saturday Night Live and after that she moved on to the show by HBO program Mr. Show with Bob and David.

"By the time I would have graduated, at 22, I was a writer and featured performer on Saturday Night Live."
- Sarah Silverman.

Sarah was the cast member of Saturday Night Live and made her film debut in 1977. Her ideal features such as her quick wit and attractiveness she put the foot in the world of acting. She appeared in the movies such as Bulworth (1998), The Bachelor (1999) and There's Something About Mary (1998).

"But I think you can make fun of anything as long as it's funny enough."

Sarah Silverman is also a great comedian actress. She came back and received further exposure on various TV talks shows. She also appeared in the Zany comedy series Greg the Bunny (2002) and also provided her featured voices on Crank Yankers (2002). In recently days she starred in the girlfriend of Mike White pestering serial loser Jack Black in The School of Rock.


Sarah Silverman - Quotes

I enjoy the last quarter of all basketball games.

And I like that people sometimes get more out of it - if it instigates thoughts about race, or sex, or something.

And then before going back for my sophomore year, I decided to change my major to arts and sciences, and my dad cut a deal with me: He said if I'd quit school he'd pay my rent for the next three years, as if I were in school.

And then in my senior year of high school, I tried to go on at local nightclubs in New Hampshire, or I'd go on at school assemblies.

But I think you can make fun of anything as long as it's funny enough.

By the time I would have graduated, at 22, I was a writer and featured performer on Saturday Night Live.

Even when I'm dreading it, I want to talk about it - it only helps me.

I don't set out to offend or shock, but I also don't do anything to avoid it.

I go to strip clubs, I like strip clubs... I really want to be a stripper, I'm doing comedy to get into stripping.

I have a ton of Holocaust stuff, and some of it is really hard core.

I just do my thing.

I looked up and saw the shape of a heart made by the silhouette of Ben Affleck and Matt Damon kissing.

I really think everything is fair game.

I was going to get an abortion the other day. I totally wanted an abortion. And it turns out I was just thirsty.

I'm Jewish, but I'm totally not.

I've never played b-ball with John Cusak, I've only played at the court he has in his office.

It shows the truth - that the real meaning of a word is only as powerful or harmless as the emotion behind it.

People need to feel like they're not being attacked, like they're in a safe space where no punches are being pulled.

Relations between black and white would be greatly improved if we were more accepting of our fears and our feelings and more vocal about it.

That's not to say that I don't find anything offensive.

The first time I did stand-up was the summer I was 17.

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