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Born: October 10, 1961 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Spokane, Washington, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Worked as an accountant at a motion picture studio
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Joined the Los Angeles based improv group The Groundlings where Phil Hartman became her mentor
1989:
First TV guest shot, "Murphy's Law" (ABC)
1989:
Spent four seasons as an ensemble member on the NBC variety series "Saturday Night Live"
1989:
TV-movie debut, "Dinner at Eight" (TNT)
1990:
Feature acting debut, "Gremlins 2: The New Batch"
1994:
Appeared at the closing ceremonies of The 1994 Gay Games in her Pat persona at NYC's Yankee Stadium
1994:
Feature debut as co-screenwriter, character creator and star, "It's Pat"
1995:
Underwent treatment for cervical cancer while taking care of her dying brother
1996:
Premiered one-woman show "God Said, 'Ha!'", a comic look at her life; after Broadway production, show was filmed, turned into a CD and a book
1998:
Joined cast of the CBS sitcom "George & Leo"
1999:
Feature directorial debut with "God Said, Ha!'"
2000:
Provided voice for the animated series "Baby Blues" (The WB)
2000:
Co-starred in the direct-to-video release "Beethoven's 3rd"
2001:
Had co-starring role in The WB sitcom "Maybe It's Me"
2006:
Cast in Wim Wenders' neo-Western "Don't Come Knocking" written by and starred Sam Shepard

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