Maria E. Bamford is an American actress and comedian. She is best known for her roles in a dysfunctional family and self-destructive comedy with jokes about depression and anxiety. His first comedy album and tour was The Burning Bridges Tour, followed by eight other albums and specials to date. She appeared in one of her first feature films, Lucky Numbers, before voicing characters in several animation shows, including Shriek on CatDog, and many more on American Dad! Ugly America, Adventure Time and BoJack Horseman. Bamford's cinematic works include Stuart Little 2, Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure, Barnyard, Heckler, and Hell and Back. She voices Talking Ginger and Talking Becca in the web series Talking Tom and Friends. She has appeared on television in Louie, Arrested Development and WordGirl. In 2014, she won the American Comedy Award for Best Club Comics.
|Born||Maria E. Bamford, September 3, 1970, Port Hueneme, California, U.S.|
|Alma mater||University of Minnesota (BA)|
|Occupation||Actress, stand-up comedian|
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Stand-up comedian from California known for her quirky style and vocal impressions. She stars in the Netflix series Lady Dynamite and is also a well-known voice actress for animated series like Adventure Time.
She was a member of the improv comedy group Improverts in her early 20's.
She was a part of the all-star comedy tour The Comedians of Comedy, which spawned a 2005 documentary of the same name.
Her father was a doctor in the U.S. Navy. In 2015, she married artist Scott Marvel Cassidy in a private ceremony.
She and Patton Oswalt were two of the comedians featured on the Comedians of Comedy tour.
- The actresses are from Duluth, Minnesota
- People with bipolar disorder
- California actresses
- American actress
Latest information about Maria Bamford updated on June 21 2021.