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Jane Krakowski

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Jane Krakowski
Jane Krakowski at the 2008 Emmys red carpet.jpg
Krakowski at the 60th Primetime Emmy Awards in September 2008
Born
Jane Krajkowski

(1968-10-11) October 11, 1968 (age 52)
EducationRutgers University, New Brunswick (BFA)
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active1981–present
Partner(s)Robert Godley (2009–2013)
Children1

Jane Krakowski (/krəˈkski/; née Krajkowski); born October 11, 1968) is an American actress and singer.[1][2] She is best known for her starring role as Jenna Maroney in the NBC satirical comedy series 30 Rock (2006–2013, 2020), for which she received four Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Her other notable television roles include Elaine Vassal in the Fox legal comedy-drama series Ally McBeal (1997–2002) and Jacqueline White in the Netflix comedy series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (2015–2020).

Krakowski made her feature film debut as Cousin Vicki Johnson in the road comedy National Lampoon's Vacation (1983), which was followed by roles in The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (2000), Ice Age (2002), Alfie (2004), Open Season (2006), Pixels (2015), and The Willoughbys (2020). Krakowski regularly performs on stage, winning the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her performance in the Broadway revival of Nine (2003), as well as receiving Tony Award nominations for Grand Hotel (1989) and She Loves Me (2016). She received the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance in the West End revival of Guys and Dolls (2005).

Early life

Krakowski was born and raised in Parsippany-Troy Hills, New Jersey,[3] the daughter of Ed Krajkowski, a chemical engineer, and Barbara (née Benoit), a college theater instructor and producing artistic director for the Women's Theater Company.[4][5][6] She has an older brother.[7] Her father's family is Polish,[8] and while she speaks very little Polish, her father and grandparents are fluent.[9]

Krakowski grew up immersed in the local theater scene as a result of her parents' activities, saying in one interview: "Instead of hiring baby sitters, they brought me along with them."[4] She took ballet lessons at age four, but later stopped because she had the wrong body shape, instead moving more towards Broadway dancing.[7] She attended Parsippany High School[10] and then the Professional Children's School in New York City and Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, New Brunswick.[11][12]

Career

Television

Krakowski at the 2007 Red Dress Collection for The Heart Truth
Krakowski at the 2007 Red Dress Collection for The Heart Truth

Her first major television role was as Theresa Rebecca "T.R." Kendall in the NBC soap opera Search for Tomorrow for the NBC Daytime programming block, which she played from 1984[13] until the show ended on December 26, 1986. She was nominated for two consecutive Daytime Emmy Awards for her role in 1986 and 1987.

From 1997 to 2002, Krakowski played office assistant Elaine Vassal in the Fox comedy-drama series Ally McBeal; her role earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in 1999.[14]

In 2006, Krakowski was cast in the NBC comedy series 30 Rock, where she played Jenna Maroney, a cast member of the fictional late night sketch comedy show TGS with Tracy Jordan. In 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2013, she received nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her role in 30 Rock.[15][16]

In 2015, Krakowski was cast in the Netflix comedy series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt as Jacqueline White, for which she received her fifth Primetime Emmy Award nomination.[17]

Her guest appearances include a 1981 television commercial for the video game Solar Fox; a 1996 guest appearance on Early Edition as Dr. Handleman (season one, episode three: "Baby"); 2003 appearances on Everwood as psychologist Dr. Gretchen Trott, a love interest for Treat Williams' character Dr. Andrew Brown; and on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Emma Spevak, a serial killer of elderly women; and a 2013 guest appearance on The Simpsons episode "The Fabulous Faker Boy" as Zhenya. She guest starred in an episode of Due South, and in multiple episodes of Modern Family.

On November 18, 2020, Fox officially announced the series reboot of the 1950s gameshow Name That Tune. Jane Krakowski as host and former American Idol judge Randy Jackson as bandleader. Premiering on January 6, 2021 (accompanying the Masked Singer spin-off The Masked Dancer on its Wednesday-night lineup), the series co-exists on Fox's programming slate with its similar series Beat Shazam.[18] It is co-produced by Eureka, Prestige, and Fox Alternative Entertainment.[19] Krakowski stated "one of the reasons I wanted to do Name That Tune was to perform again in front of a live audience."[20]

She also has a supporting role in the upcoming Apple TV+ musical comedy series Schmigadoon! starring Cecily Strong.[21]

Film

Krakowski at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2005
Krakowski at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2005

After her film debut, National Lampoon's Vacation, in 1983,[14] Krakowski appeared in Fatal Attraction, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (where she played Betty Rubble), Marci X, Alfie, Go, Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant, Dance with Me, Stepping Out, Pretty Persuasion, Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, and Mom at Sixteen. Krakowski was originally cast in the horror film Sleepaway Camp (1983), but dropped out just before filming began because she felt her character's death scene with a curling iron was too violent. She appeared in When Zachary Beaver Came to Town as a mother who wants to become a singer. In 2004, she starred in Alan Menken's television movie version of A Christmas Carol, featured as The Ghost of Christmas Past. In 2006, she provided the voice of the deer Giselle in the animated film, Open Season.

Stage

A trained singer, Krakowski has made numerous appearances on stage. At age 18, she originated the role of Dinah the Dining Car in the 1987 Broadway production of Starlight Express. She appeared in the 1989 Broadway musical Grand Hotel as the typist and would-be film star Flaemmchen, for which she was nominated for a Tony Award.[13] Her solo number, "I Want to Go to Hollywood", is included on the original cast recording. At the 2000 American Comedy Awards, Krakowski won rave reviews when she performed a sexually charged musical tribute and love letter to Microsoft chairman Bill Gates.

In 1995, she played the ditzy flight attendant April in the Roundabout Theater Company's revival of Company. In 1996, she starred alongside Sarah Jessica Parker in the Broadway revival of Once Upon a Mattress.

In January 2002, Windham Hill Records released an album that Jim Brickman had recorded, titled Love Songs & Lullabies; this album featured Krakowski as a vocalist for the song "You",[14] which became a hit on adult contemporary radio stations. Brickman and Krakowski recorded an alternate Christmas version of the song. She appeared on the album Broadway Cares: Home for the Holidays, singing the song "Santa Baby". In 2003, she starred as Carla in the Broadway revival of Nine,[22] for which she won the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical.[14] Krakowski is known for an anti-gravity stunt during the number "A Call from the Vatican". Krakowski and the director struggled finding a company that would let her do air stunts without a harness; Krakowski came up with the idea of using the method previously portrayed in Broadway Bares. Krakowski recalled that the material took a long time to arrive, and the second time she did it was on the first performance.[23]

Krakowski signing autographs after a performance Guys and Dolls
Krakowski signing autographs after a performance Guys and Dolls

In 2005, she starred as Miss Adelaide in Michael Grandage's West End revival of Guys and Dolls at London's Piccadilly Theatre. Krakowski received the 2006 Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance[14] and performed a cabaret show called Better When It's Banned, which featured various songs from the 1920s and '30s[24] that were all deemed racy at the times of their original popularity.

Krakowski performed in a January 2007 workshop production and backers' audition for a Broadway musical adaption of the 1980 film Xanadu, with music from the film's soundtrack and a book by Douglas Carter Beane.[25] Xanadu premiered on Broadway in Summer 2007, although Krakowski's role is played by Kerry Butler.

In 2008, Krakowski starred as Lola in New York City Center's production of Damn Yankees alongside Sean Hayes and Cheyenne Jackson.[26]

On July 30 and 31, 2009, Krakowski performed the title character in a reading of Mrs. Sharp, whose music was composed and whose lyrics were written by Ryan Scott Oliver, and whose book was written by Kirsten A. Guenther, at Playwrights Horizons.

She performed the role of Ilona Ritter in the Roundabout Theatre Company's Broadway revival of Jerry Bock's and Sheldon Harnick's She Loves Me.[27] The musical opened on March 17, 2016, at Studio 54. Krakowski won the 2016 Fred and Adele Astaire Award as Outstanding Female Dancer in a Broadway Show, the Outer Critics Circle Award, Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical, and the Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical. She was also nominated for the Tony Award, Featured Actress in a Musical.[28]

Other works

Krakowski played Wanda in the music video for the Dixie Chicks' song "Goodbye Earl" in 2000.[29]

Personal life

Krakowski became engaged to Robert Godley in 2009. They have a son, Bennett Robert Godley,[30] born in April 2011.[31] The couple separated in 2013.[32]

In January 2021, the Daily Mail alleged that Krakowski had a nine-month relationship with Mike Lindell, the inventor of My Pillow, between late 2019 and the summer of 2020. Both Krakowski and Lindell denied the allegation, and Lindell sued the Daily Mail for libel.[33][34][35][36][37]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1983 National Lampoon's Vacation Cousin Vicki Johnson
1987 Fatal Attraction Christine
1991 Stepping Out Lynne
1996 Mrs. Winterbourne Christine
1997 Hudson River Blues Diane
1998 Dance With Me Patricia Black
1999 Go Irene Halverson
2000 The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas Betty O'Shale
2002 Ice Age Rachel the Sloth (voice)
2003 Marci X Lauren Farb
2003 When Zachary Beaver Came to Town Heather Wilson
2004 Alfie Dorie
2005 Pretty Persuasion Emily Klein
2006 Barnyard Female Coyote (voice)
2006 Open Season Giselle (voice)
2007 Surf's Up Sheila Limberfin (voice) Deleted scenes
2008 The Rocker Carol
2008 Kit Kittredge: An American Girl Miss May Dooley
2008 Open Season 2 Giselle (voice)
2009 Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant Corma Limbs
2014 Adult Beginners Miss Jenn
2014 Big Stone Gap Sweet Sue Tinsley
2015 Pixels First Lady Jane Cooper
2015 Mildred & The Dying Parlor Tutti Short film
2018 Henchmen Jane (voice)
2020 The Willoughbys Mother Willoughby (voice)
2021 My Little Pony: A New Generation Queen Haven (voice) Post-production

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1983 No Big Deal Margaret Television film
1984–1986 Search for Tomorrow Theresa Rebecca "T.R." Kendall 107 episodes
1989 Another World Tonya 9 episodes
1989 When We Were Young Linda Rosen Television special
1993 Alex Haley's Queen Jane Jackson 2 episodes
1993 The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Dale Winter Episode: "Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues"
1994 Due South Catherine Burns Episode: "An Invitation to Romance"
1996 Early Edition Dr. Handleman Episode: "Baby"
1997–2002 Ally McBeal Elaine Vassal 110 episodes
2000, 2005 CatDog CatDog's Mother / Pussycat Catfield (voice) 2 episodes
2002 Just a Walk in the Park Rachel Morgan Television film
2002–2003 Everwood Dr. Gretchen Trott 2 episodes
2002, 2004 Rocket Power Breezy (voice) 2 episodes
2004 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Emma Spevak Episode: "Bound"
2004 Taste Samantha Neal Pilot
2004 Hack Mrs. Smith Episode: "One for My Baby"
2004 A Christmas Carol Ghost of Christmas Past / Lamplighter Television film
2005 Mom at Sixteen Donna Cooper Television film
2006 Sex, Love, Power, and Politics Sloan Pilot
2006–2013, 2020 30 Rock Jenna Maroney 129 episodes
2008 A Muppets Christmas: Letters to Santa Claire's Mom Television film
2013 The Simpsons Zhenya (voice) Episode: "The Fabulous Faker Boy"
2014, 2017 Modern Family Dr. Donna Duncan 3 episodes: Under Pressure, Basketball! and Clash Of Swords
2014 American Dad! Charlotte (voice) Episode: "Roger Passes the Bar"
2015–2020 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Jacqueline White 52 episodes
2015 Younger Annabelle Bancroft Episode: "Shedonism"[38][39]
2015 Saturday Night Live Jenna Maroney Episode: "Tracy Morgan/Demi Lovato"
2016 Dead Boss Helen Stephens Pilot
2016 Robot Chicken Various voices Episode: "Yogurt in a Bag"
2017 Sofia the First Sizzle (voice) Episode: "The Royal Dragon"
2017 Difficult People Lizzie McCormick Episode: "Cindarestylox"
2017 BoJack Horseman Honey Sugarman (voice) Episode: "The Old Sugarman Place"
2017 Tangled: The Series Willow (voice) Episode: "The Way of the Willow"
2017–2020 At Home with Amy Sedaris Herself / Beverly 2 episodes
2017 A Christmas Story Live! Miss Shields Television special
2017–2020 Match Game Herself (panelist) Multiple episodes[40]
2018 Drunk History Sheralee Episode: "Sex"
2019 Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Spokesperson Episode: "June 2, 2019"
2019–present Dickinson Emily Norcross Dickinson main cast 20 episodes
2020 AJ and the Queen Beth Barnes Beagle Episode: "Fort Worth"
2020 Curb Your Enthusiasm Veronica Episode: "The Ugly Section"
2020 RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars Guest judge Episode: "Stand-Up Smackdown"
2021–present Name That Tune Host 10 episodes[41]
2021 Schmigadoon! The Countess Main role[42]

Stage

Year Title Role Venue Notes
1981 A Little Night Music Fredrika Armfeldt Theatre at St. Peter's Church Off-Off-Broadway[43]
1987 Starlight Express Dinah the Dining Car Gershwin Theatre Broadway
1989 Grand Hotel Frieda "Flaemmchen" Flamm Gershwin Theatre Broadway
1993 Face Value Jessica Ryan Cort Theatre Broadway
1995 Company April Criterion Center Stage Right Broadway
1996 One Touch of Venus Gloria Kramer New York City Center Off-Broadway
1996 Tartuffe Mariane Circle in the Square Theatre Broadway
1996 Once Upon a Mattress Lady Larken Broadhurst Theatre Broadway
2002 Funny Girl Fanny Brice New Amsterdam Theatre Broadway Concert
2003 Nine Carla Albanese Eugene O'Neill Theatre Broadway
2005 Guys and Dolls Adelaide Piccadilly Theatre West End
2007 Xanadu Clio / Kira Workshop Reading
2008 Damn Yankees Lola New York City Center Encores!
2009 Mrs. Sharp Mrs. Sharp Workshop Reading
2016 She Loves Me Ilona Ritter Studio 54 Broadway
2018 Beauty and the Beast Mrs. Potts Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles

Music video

Year Song Artist Role
2000 "Goodbye Earl" The Chicks Wanda

Discography

Krakowski released her debut solo album on July 15, 2010. It is an album of cover versions called Laziest Gal in Town. It released on DRG Records.[44]

Selected recordings include:

  • 1992: Grand Hotel, Studio Cast Recording (mostly original Broadway cast)
  • 1995: Company, Broadway revival cast recording
  • 1997: Once Upon a Mattress, Broadway revival cast recording
  • 1997: Sondheim at the Movies (singing the Academy Award-winning song "Sooner or Later" from Dick Tracy)
  • 1998: The Burt Bacharach Album
  • 2002: A Broadway Valentine
  • 2003: Nine, Broadway revival cast recording
  • 2004: A Christmas Carol, television cast recording
  • 2010: The Laziest Gal in Town, solo album
  • 2016: She Loves Me, Broadway revival cast recording

Awards and nominations

Film and Television

Year Association Category Work Result
1986 13th Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Ingenue in a Daytime Drama Series Search for Tomorrow Nominated
1987 14th Daytime Emmy Awards Nominated
1998 4th Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Ally McBeal Nominated
1999 5th Screen Actors Guild Awards Won
56th Golden Globe Awards Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film Nominated
2000 6th Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated
2001 7th Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominated
5th Golden Satellite Awards Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Nominated
2008 14th Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series 30 Rock Nominated
2009 15th Screen Actors Guild Awards Won
61st Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
2010 16th Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated
62nd Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
2011 17th Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated
63rd Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
1st Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
2012 18th Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated
2013 19th Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominated
65th Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated
2014 20th Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Nominated
2015 67th Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Nominated
2016 7th Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Won
2021 1st Critics' Choice Super Awards Best Villain in a Movie The Willoughbys Nominated

Theatre

Year Award Category Work Result
1990 Tony Award Best Featured Actress in a Musical Grand Hotel Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Nominated
2003 Tony Award Best Featured Actress in a Musical Nine Won
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Won
Outer Critics Circle Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Won
2006 Laurence Olivier Award Best Actress in a Musical Guys and Dolls Won
2016 Tony Award Best Featured Actress in a Musical She Loves Me Nominated
Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Won
Outer Critics Circle Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Won
Astaire Award Outstanding Female Dancer in a Broadway Show Won

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External links

Preceded by
Jim Lange (1984-1985)
Host, Name That Tune
2021–present
Succeeded by
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