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Kristen Wiig
General information
Born: Kristen Carroll Wiig
August 22nd, 1973
Canandaigua, New York
Died:
Cause of death:
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Occupation(s): Actress, comedienne, screenwriter
Years active: 2000 - present
Spouse: Hayes Hargrove (divorced)
Children:


Kristen Carroll Wiig (born on August 22nd, 1973) is an American actress, comedienne, and screenwriter, best known for her roles in Saturday Night Live and the movie Bridesmaids.

On Saturday Night Live, her recurring characters were Shana (a sexy redhead whose gross behavior was overlooked by whoever played her boyfriend [usually the host for the episode, such as John Malkovich, Charles Barkley, and Bryan Cranston]), Aunt Linda (Amy Poehler's fictional aunt who gave shallow reviews of movies), Dooneese (a mutant sister singing act from The Lawrence Welk Show), Triangle Sally (a woman in 1980s workout gear who played the triangle), and The Target Lady (an overly-excited cashier for the department story Target). Her celebrity impressions include Drew Barrymore, Bjork, Judy Garland (as herself, not as her character, Dorothy, from The Wizard of Oz), Madonna, Suze Orman, Lana Del Rey (on a Weekend Update segment featured on the episode hosted by Channing Tatum in response to Del Rey's awful musical performance on the previous episode hosted by Daniel Radcliffe), and Kathy Lee Gifford.

In the world of voicing Looney Tunes characters, she voices Lola Bunny on The Looney Tunes Show, replacing Kath Soucie, who voiced her on the movie, Space Jam.

Looney Tunes Role(s)

She voices Lola Bunny in The Looney Tunes Show.

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