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Amy Poehler
Amy Poehler smiles broadly at the camera.
Poehler in 2013
Amy Meredith Poehler

(1971-09-16) September 16, 1971 (age 47)
ResidenceNew York City (1998–2008)
Los Angeles, California (2008–2011)
Alma materBoston College
  • Actress
  • comedian
  • director
  • producer
  • writer
Years active1996–present
Will Arnett
(m. 2003; div. 2016)
RelativesGreg Poehler (brother)
Comedy career
  • Television
  • film
  • theatre
  • books

Amy Meredith Poehler (/ˈplər/; born September 16, 1971)[1][2] is an American actress, comedian, director, producer, and writer. After studying improv at Chicago's Second City and ImprovOlympic in the early 1990s, she Co-founded the Chicago-based improvisational-comedy troupe, Upright Citizens Brigade. The group moved to New York City in 1996 where their act became a half-hour sketch comedy series on Comedy Central in 1998.[3] Along with other members of the comedy group, Poehler is a founder of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.[4]

She is best known for starring as Leslie Knope in the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation, for which she won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Television Musical or Comedy Series in 2014 and a Critics' Choice Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series in 2012. Poehler was a cast member on the NBC television series Saturday Night Live from 2001 to 2008 and became co-anchor of SNL's Weekend Update in 2004 alongside friend and colleague Tina Fey. She is also known for voicing Joy from Inside Out, Sally O'Malley from the Horton Hears a Who! movie adaptation, Bessie Higgenbottom from the Nickelodeon series, The Mighty B! from 2008-2010, and Homily Clock from the American-English dub of The Secret World of Arrietty.

Poehler served as an executive producer on the Swedish-American sitcom Welcome to Sweden, along with her brother Greg Poehler. She is also an executive producer on Broad City which airs on Comedy Central, and appeared in the season one finale.[5] For its three season run from 2015 to 2017, she has served as an executive producer on the Hulu series Difficult People. In December 2015, Poehler received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her contributions in television. She and Tina Fey both won the 2016 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for Saturday Night Live. Currently, Poehler is credited as a writer and executive producer of the Netflix comedy series, Russian Doll, which was co-created with Natasha Lyonne and Leslye Headland. The series premiered on February 1, 2019.

Early life

Poehler was born in Newton, Massachusetts, to school teachers Eileen and William Poehler.[6] Her brother, Greg Poehler, is a producer and actor.[7] She grew up in nearby Burlington.[6][8] She is of Irish, German, Portuguese, and English descent with her Irish roots originating from County Cork.[9] She was raised as a Catholic,[10] and graduated from Burlington High School in 1989.[11]

While attending Boston College,[2] Poehler was a member of the improv comedy troupe My Mother's Fleabag.[6] She graduated from Boston College with a bachelor's degree in media and communications in 1993 and moved to Chicago, where she studied improv at Second City with friend and future co-star Tina Fey.[8][12] She also studied with Del Close at ImprovOlympic.[8]


Upright Citizens Brigade

During her time at Second City and Improv Olympic in Chicago, Poehler studied alongside Matt Besser under Del Close and Charna Halpern. Poehler and Besser joined with Ian Roberts and Matt Walsh to found the Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB).[13][14] The group performed sketch and improv around Chicago before moving to New York City in 1996. After moving to New York with UCB, Poehler made multiple appearances on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, often playing her recurring role as Andy Richter's little sister, Stacy.[10][15] Other early members of UCB included Horatio Sanz, Adam McKay, Rick Roman, and Neil Flynn.

In 1998, Comedy Central debuted the group's eponymous half-hour sketch comedy series. During the show's second season, the group opened an improv theatre/training center in New York City at 161 W. 22nd Street, occupying the space of a former strip club. The UCB theatre held shows seven nights a week in addition to offering classes in sketch comedy writing and improv.[10] In the summer of 2000, Comedy Central canceled the Upright Citizens Brigade program after its third season, though the UCB Theatre continues to operate. The foursome continues to work together in many projects and frequently perform together in live improv shows at their comedy theatres in both New York and Los Angeles.

Saturday Night Live

From left to right, Fred Armison, Amy Poehler, Lorne Michaels, Seth Meyers, and Jason Sudeikis stand in a line. Michaels holds an award.
Poehler with SNL co-stars and creator Lorne Michaels in 2008.

Poehler joined the cast of Saturday Night Live during the 2001–2002 season, her debut episode being the first one produced after the 9/11 attacks — with host Reese Witherspoon, musical guest Alicia Keys, and New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani as a special guest. Poehler was promoted from featured player to full cast member in her first season on the show, making her the first woman and the third person to have earned this distinction (after Harry Shearer and Eddie Murphy).[16]

Beginning with the 2004–2005 season, she co-anchored "Weekend Update" with Tina Fey, replacing Jimmy Fallon. In a TV Guide interview, Fey said that with Poehler co-anchoring, there is "double the sexual tension". When Fey left after the 2005–2006 season to devote time to the sitcom she created, 30 Rock, Seth Meyers joined Poehler at the anchor desk. In 2008, Poehler was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series,[17] the first SNL cast member recognized in this category. She was heavily favored to win by many critics, but ultimately lost to Jean Smart of Samantha Who?. She was nominated once again in 2009, but lost to Kristin Chenoweth of Pushing Daisies. On September 13, 2008, the SNL season premiere opened with Fey and Poehler as Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton, respectively, performing a joint political campaign spot.

It was announced on September 16, 2008, that Poehler would be leaving SNL in October to give birth to her first child. On the episode that aired on October 25, 2008, it was announced by "Weekend Update" co-anchor Seth Meyers, who anchored the segment alone, "Amy Poehler is not here because she is having a baby", to wild applause from the audience. At the end of "Weekend Update", special guest Maya Rudolph and cast member Kenan Thompson sang a custom rendition of "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" for Poehler, changing the words: "We love you Amy, and we just can't wait to meet your baby!" Meyers signed off: "For Weekend Update, I'm Seth Meyers — we love you Amy!"

Poehler returned to the show on November 3, 2008, during the "SNL Presidential Bash '08", "hosting" as Hillary Clinton. The Bash was pre-taped from scenes shot between September and October. Her return to SNL after her pregnancy was on December 6, 2008, where she stayed for two weeks.[18] During "Weekend Update", on December 13, she thanked her family, friends, and fans for the continued support and announced that it would be her last show. On April 18, 2009, a Saturday Night Live special, "The Best of Amy Poehler", aired.[19] Poehler returned for "Weekend Update" (signing off with "...and he's Seth Meyers") and joined the "chorus" for Will Ferrell's "Goodnight Saigon" (along with the SNL cast and Tom Hanks, Maya Rudolph, Norm Macdonald, Paul Rudd, Artie Lange, Anne Hathaway, and Green Day) on the SNL season finale on May 16, 2009.

Poehler returned to the "Weekend Update" desk in the fall of 2009 with Meyers, for two "WU" Thursday episodes, which led directly into Parks and Recreation. She also returned to Saturday Night Live for a special Mother's Day episode on May 8, 2010, hosted by Betty White.[20]

Poehler returned to Saturday Night Live on September 25, 2010, to host the Season 36 opening episode with performer Katy Perry.[21] She returned once again for the Saturday Night Live special, "The Women of SNL". The special aired on November 1, 2010. Between the time she left and the time she hosted, she also returned several times to join Seth Meyers in their "Really!?! With Seth and Amy" segment on Weekend Update. The "Really!?!" segment has aired since with Meyers speaking doing the segment alone, although he was once accompanied by special guest Kermit the Frog and another time, with guest-host Kevin Hart. Poehler appeared as a guest in the Jimmy Fallon-hosted episode from December 17, 2011, starring in the opening sketch and a Weekend Update joke-off with Fallon, Meyers, and Tina Fey. She appeared again on the Maya Rudolph-hosted episode on February 18, 2012, reprising her role as Betty Caruso in the Bronx Beat sketch (with co-host Maya Rudolph), co-anchoring Weekend Update as well as a segment of "Really!?! With Seth and Amy", and appearing briefly as Hillary Clinton at the end of the "Obama Show" sketch.

In 2015, during Saturday Night Live's 40th Anniversary show, she returned to anchor "Weekend Update", this time with Tina Fey and Jane Curtin.[22]

SNL celebrity impressions

Among others, Poehler's SNL portrayals and impressions of celebrities have included: Hillary Clinton, Dakota Fanning, Avril Lavigne, Michael Jackson, Nancy Grace, Katie Couric, Sharon Osbourne, Paula Abdul, Kelly Ripa, Britney Spears, Kim Jong-Il, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Julia Roberts, Rosie Perez, Sharon Stone, Katie Holmes, Greta Van Susteren, Dolly Parton, J. K. Rowling, Fergie, Madonna, Anna Nicole Smith, Jenna Bush, and Pamela Anderson.

Parks and Recreation

Amy Poehler and Aubrey Plaza stand side by side in front of a red background. Plaza appears to be looking at Poehler's cleavage.
Poehler with Parks and Recreation co-star Aubrey Plaza at the 2012 Time 100 gala

Following the success of The Office, NBC ordered a new series from producers Greg Daniels and Michael Schur.[23][24] Schur and Poehler were friends from their time together at SNL where Schur worked as a writer.[24] In July 2008, Variety magazine reported that Poehler was in final negotiations to star in a series from Daniels and Schur, set to air on Thursdays before The Office, starting January 2009 on NBC.[25] Signing Poehler, who was pregnant with her first child, meant the new series would have to forgo a promised post-Super Bowl debut and cut its first season short, but Daniels and Schur chose to push back the series for Poehler.[24][26] On July 21, 2008, NBC announced Poehler's new series, Parks and Recreation, saying the project would not be a direct spin-off of The Office, as previously speculated.[23]

Poehler joined an ensemble cast including Aziz Ansari, Rashida Jones, Chris Pratt, Aubrey Plaza, Paul Schneider, Nick Offerman,[24] and at the end of season two, Adam Scott, and Rob Lowe. Poehler plays Deputy Director of the Parks Department, Leslie Knope, in the fictional city of Pawnee, Indiana. After the first season received mixed reception, the show's second season received more positive reviews.[27] One key change between seasons one and two was to distinguish the character of Leslie from Michael Scott, the central of The Office.[24][27] Parks decidedly down-played Leslie's wackiness from season 1 and instead emphasized her intelligence, work ethic, and earnest nature.[24][27] The third, fourth and fifth seasons were also well received by critics, and Poehler received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for her role. Poehler was featured in The Advocate for her role in the show.

Poehler wrote four episodes of the series, the first being "Telethon" in season two.[28] Her second was the episode entitled "The Fight", which aired on May 12, 2011. She both wrote and directed the season four episode "The Debate", for which she received a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series and the Writers Guild of America Award for Television: Episodic Comedy.[29] She co-wrote the final episode of the series, "One Last Ride" with co-creator Michael Schur, which aired on February 24, 2015.[30]

Poehler was again nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy in 2011.[31] She sent the episode "Flu Season" as her submission, but lost to Melissa McCarthy of Mike & Molly. She was nominated an additional two times in 2012, for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy (having submitted the episode "Win, Lose, or Draw"), as well as Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for "The Debate". She lost the former to Julia Louis-Dreyfus of Veep, and the latter to Louis C.K. of Louie. She was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy in 2013. In 2014, she won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Television Series – Comedy at the 71st Golden Globe Awards, which she co-hosted with Tina Fey.

In 2011, the show won a Peabody Award for "developing a hilarious venue to explore the good side of American democracy in an age when that side is so rarely on display".[32]

Other television work

Poehler also co-created an animated series for Nickelodeon titled The Mighty B!, about Bessie Higgenbottom, a "sweet, merit-badge-obsessed girl scout", to which she lends her vocal talents.[33] In 2009, Poehler earned a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program.[34] She appeared as a recurring character in two episodes of the college dramedy, Undeclared.

She has been executive producer on series such as Difficult People[35] and Broad City.

In 2017, Poehler was announced as one of the executive producers alongside Natasha Lyonne and Leslye Headland for the Netflix comedy-drama series Russian Doll.[36] The series premiered on February 1, 2019.[37]

In June 2016, BBC America announced it is developing a scripted series called Zero Motivation. The project is being executive produced by Brooke Posch and Poehler.[38] Poehler is an executive producer on Three Busy Debras, a comedy series being produced for Adult Swim that stars Mitra Jouhari, Alyssa Stonoha, and Sandy Honig.[39]

Golden Globes co-host

Poehler and Fey hosted the Golden Globe Awards ceremony for the first time in 2013. Their inaugural appearance garnered attention due to a joke directed at Taylor Swift, who later responded with a Madeleine Albright quote: "There's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women." Poehler's response to Swift's comment, made as part of a Vanity Fair interview, was humorous, agreeing that she will go to hell, but for "other reasons".[40]

Poehler hosted the Golden Globes ceremony with Fey again in 2014 as part of a three-year contract.[41][42] Gilbert Cruz, of the Vulture website, wrote: "They killed it last year with their opening monologue and they did so again this year."[43]

Poehler and Fey hosted the Golden Globe Awards ceremony for the third successive time in 2015, confirming prior to the event that the third time would be their last.[42] Rolling Stone magazine wrote afterward that the pair "left no superstar unscathed during their riotous opening monologue", in which they "casually roasted the assembled masses". The Interview (2014), Bill Cosby and Steve Carell were among the numerous subjects covered in the routine.[44]

Welcome to Sweden

Welcome to Sweden is a Swedish sitcom that premiered on TV4 on March 21, 2014. On July 10, 2014, the series began airing on NBC in the United States, and on The Comedy Network in Canada. It is based on the experiences of Greg Poehler, who moved with his girlfriend to her native country of Sweden in 2006. On April 7, 2014, TV4 picked up the show for its second season of ten episodes. NBC followed suit on August 4, 2014.[45] Season two premiered on July 19, 2015 in the United States.[46] The series was canceled by NBC on July 28, 2015, due to low ratings.[47] Amy Poehler makes cameo appearances in multiple episodes as herself as a celebrity client of her brother's character, a former New York tax accountant. She is also co-executive producer with him.[48]

Making It

In March 2017, NBC ordered to series a Poehler produced crafting series, then-titled The Handmade Project.[49] The show, retitled Making It debuted on NBC in July 2018 with Poehler and her Parks and Recreation co-star Nick Offerman as co-hosts.[50] The debut episode tied for the highest rated premiere of summer 2018.[51]

Film career

Tina Fey and Poehler at the premiere of Baby Mama in New York, April 2008

In 1999, Poehler had a small role in the movie Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo.[52] The following year, Poehler was cast in the film Wet Hot American Summer.[53] Wet Hot American Summer was the first film from David Wain, who cast Poehler based on her work with Upright Citizen's Brigade.[53] The film, which cost only $1.8 million to make, was not a success initially when it was released in 2001. It gained a following after its release on DVD.[53]

Poehler has also appeared in the films Sisters, Mean Girls, Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny, Blades of Glory, Envy, Shrek the Third, Mr. Woodcock, Hamlet 2, and Inside Out. Poehler appears in the film Southland Tales, which premiered on May 21, 2006, at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival. In 2008, she appeared in Horton Hears a Who!, Hamlet 2, Baby Mama, and Spring Breakdown.

Other work

In September 2008, Poehler began producing a digital series with two of her friends, Meredith Walker and Amy Miles, titled Smart Girls at the Party. Launched by the Texas-based ON Networks distributor, the official press release stated that the show "aims to help girls find confidence in their own aspirations and talents." In each episode, Poehler interviews a girl with a "unique talent, community interest or point of view." The first season of Smart Girls at the Party premiered online November 17, 2008, with Mattel's Barbie signed on as the lead sponsor.[54] Smart Girls at the Party returned in 2012 as part of the YouTube Original Channel Initiative that focused upon the creation of new content. The new Smart Girls at the Party YouTube Channel went live on July 2, 2012, including new episodes of Smart Girls at the Party along with additional shows by Poehler, Walker, and Miles.[55]

In 2011, Poehler was included on Time's "100 most influential people in the world".[56] She also delivered the Class Day address to Harvard University's class of 2011.[57]

Amy Poehler faces forward wearing a light blue blazer. She holds a small circular award by its base.
Poehler at the 2012 Peabody Awards

Also in 2014, the Smart Girls at the Party project, described as an "online community" in the announcement, was acquired by the Legendary Entertainment company in mid-October. Poehler said to the media: "We at Smart Girls are excited to be working with Legendary and look forward to providing funny and inspirational content for all of the goofballs out there." By the time of the deal, the terms of which were not disclosed, over five million views were registered on its YouTube channel and over 550,000 fans had liked the initiative on Facebook.[58] On the Smart Girls YouTube channel, viewers have the opportunity to ask for life advice from Poehler in segments called Ask Amy.[59]

Poehler's memoir, Yes Please, was published on October 28, 2014.[60] She explained in a promotional interview with National Public Radio (NPR) that she was "used to writing in characters and not really writing about myself ... it was easier to share the early parts of my life rather than my own current events." Topics covered in the book include body image, parenthood, and learning about the limitations of physical appearance.[61]

As of 2017, Poehler is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.[62] In 2018, she attended the 75th Golden Globe Awards with activist Saru Jayaraman as a guest.[63]

Personal life

Poehler married actor Will Arnett on August 29, 2003,[64] and had a recurring role on the series Arrested Development as the wife of Arnett's character Gob Bluth. They also played a quasi-incestuous brother-sister ice skating team in the 2007 film Blades of Glory, and appeared together in Horton Hears a Who!, On Broadway, Spring Breakdown, KIDSCITY: The Village Dome of Kids and Monsters vs. Aliens, along with Arnett having a guest appearance on Parks and Recreation. Both also did voice acting in The Secret World of Arrietty.

Together, Poehler and Arnett have two sons born in October 2008[65] and August 2010.[66] Poehler and Arnett announced on September 6, 2012 that they were separating.[67] Arnett filed for divorce on April 8, 2014.[68] The divorce was finalized on July 29, 2016.[69]

From 2013 until 2015, Poehler dated fellow comedian Nick Kroll.



  • Poehler, Amy (2014). Yes Please. Dey Street. ISBN 978-0062268341.


Year Association Category Work Result
2005 Teen Choice Awards Choice Comedian Saturday Night Live Won
2006 Prism Awards Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series Nominated
2008 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
2009 Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Comedian Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Best WTF Moment Baby Mama Won
Best Comedic Performance Nominated
People's Choice Awards Favorite On-Screen Match Up (with Tina Fey) Nominated
Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program The Mighty B! Nominated
2010 Nominated
People's Choice Awards Favorite TV Comedy Actress Parks and Recreation Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
2011 Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Best Comedy Series (as producer) Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Comedy Series Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Actress — Television Series Musical or Comedy Nominated
Television Critics Association Individual Achievement in Comedy Nominated
Variety Power of Comedy Award[70] Career Won
2012 The Comedy Awards Best Comedy Actress Parks and Recreation Won
Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Actress in a Comedy Series Won
Best Comedy Series Nominated
Golden Globe Awards Best Actress — Television Series Musical or Comedy Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series Nominated
Producers Guild of America Best Episodic Comedy Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Actress — Television Series Musical or Comedy Nominated
Best Television Series — Musical or Comedy Nominated
Television Critics Association Individual Achievement in Comedy Nominated
Writers Guild of America Television: Comedy Series Nominated
2013 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress — Television Series Musical or Comedy Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Nominated
Writers Guild of America Television: Comedy Series Nominated
Episodic Comedy Nominated
Gracie Awards Outstanding Female Actor in a Leading Role – Comedy[71] Won
Television Critics Association Individual Achievement in Comedy Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Best Comedy Series Nominated
2014 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Won
Best Television Series — Musical or Comedy Nominated
Writers Guild of America Television: Comedy Series Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Best Cameo Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues Nominated
Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Comedy Series Broad City Nominated
Best Actress in a Comedy Series Parks and Recreation Nominated
Television Critics Association Individual Achievement in Comedy Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
2015 Writers Guild of America Comedy/Variety (Music, Awards, Tributes) — Specials[citation needed] Won
Screen Actors Guild Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Nominated
Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Comedy Series Broad City Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Comedy Series Parks and Recreation Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
Detroit Film Critics Society Best Ensemble Inside Out Nominated
2016 Annie Award Voice Acting in a Feature Production Nominated
Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Voice in an Animated Movie Won
People's Choice Awards Favorite Animated Movie Voice[72] Nominated
Grammy Awards Best Spoken Word Album Yes Please Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series Saturday Night Live Won

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