Laura Kightlinger

Laura Kightlinger Laura Kightlinger (born June 13, 1969) is an American actress, comedienne and writer. Kightlinger was born and raised in Jamestown, New York. After touring as a stand-up comic, she got her break writing for the television sitcom Roseanne. She has written for Dennis Miller Live and for the 20th season of Saturday Night Live. During that season, she impersonated several celebrities, including Brooke Shields, Marcia Clark, Paula Poundstone, Mary Hart, and Connie Chung. Kightlinger worked as a writer and consulting producer on Will & Grace, and had a recurring guest role on the series as Sheila, a nurse at a fertility clinic. She was a correspondent on The Daily Show in 1998. She was a series regular in the HBO sitcom Lucky Louie. She created, wrote and starred in her own show on IFC, The Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman, which brought her a Satellite "Best Actress" nomination. Kightlinger's book, Quick Shots of False Hope, which is described in The New York Times Book Review as ...



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