Jenny Slate Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Jenny Slate Net Worth $1 Million
Jenny Slate Net Worth: Jenny Slate is an American actress, stand-up comedian, and writer who has a net worth of $1 million. Jenny Slate was created in Milton, Massachusetts in March 1982. Slate graduated from Columbia University where she helped begin the improve group Fruit Paunch. In 2008 and 2009 Slat performed her one woman show Jenny Slate: Dead Millionaire in the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Nyc. She was likewise featured in 2009 on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. From 2009 to 2010 she had a recurring part as Stella in the TV series Bored to Death. Since 2013 she’s starred as Mona Lisa in Parks and Recreation, Sarah in House of Lies, and Liz in Kroll Show. Slate has additionally supplied the voice of Tammy in Bob’s Burgers and stars as Jess in the TV series Wed. She’s famous for creating the short films Marcel the Casing With Shoes On which spun-off into a children’s book. Slate won an award in the Newport Beach Film Festival in 2014 for making the movie Obvious Child.
Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actress in a Comedy
Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead, Gotham Independent Film Award for Breakthrough Actor, Shorty Award for Best Comedian
The Secret Life of Pets, Zootopia, My Blind Brother, Marcel the Shell with Shoes On, Joshy, Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, The Lorax, Obvious Child, Gifted, The Longest Week, Brain on Fire, The Polka King, Catherine, Landline, Aardvark
Married, Bored to Death, Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Thursday, 100 Greatest One Hit Wonders of the 80s, The Great Debate, Big Mouth
Known for accidentally dropping the F-bomb on her debut performance of "Saturday Night Live" in 2009.
Seen regularly on VH1.
After cleaning my entire room and getting it to the point where my mother would find it acceptable, I sat on the rug in front of my bed and I shit my pants on purpose. I couldn't believe what I was doing as I was doing it. I remember feeling that this was really over the line, that it was a thing that my baby self would do and that I had certainly moved past it. The poop was soft and hot and really out of my body and really in my underpants. I remained calm.
I really like to cook and have dinner parties and I like to clean, it really clears my head and it makes me feel good to keep my home as a comfortable place.
I just want to be able to be creative.
There's a lot of different parts to me, so it makes total sense to me that I would do a big TV show or studio movie and then do a free comedy show the next day. They both feel equally important to me.
I guess some people want to be performers because they want to be famous.
I tend to be a bit of a workaholic, but I also can't function without some sort of domesticity as well.