Janeane Garofalo

Janeane Garofalo

  • Birthday: 1964-09-28
  • Place of birth: Newton, New Jersey, USA

Biography

Janeane Garofalo (born September 28, 1964) is an American stand-up comedian, actress, political activist and writer. She is the former co-host on the now defunct Air America Radio's The Majority Report. Garofalo continues to circulate regularly within New York City's local comedy and performance art scene. Description above from the Wikipedia article Janeane Garofalo, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Filmography

Dogma

1999

As Liz

Ratatouille

2007

As Colette (voice)

Big Trouble

2002

As Monica Romero

Cop Land

1997

As Deputy Cindy Betts

Reality Bites

1994

As Vickie Miner

Southland Tales

2007

As General Teena MacArthur

The Matchmaker

1997

As Marcy Tizard

Wonderland

2003

As Joy Miller

Fuck

2006

As Self

Permanent Midnight

1998

As Jana Farmer

Titan A.E.

2000

As Stith (voice)

Stay

2005

As Dr. Beth Levy

Love Hurts

2009

As Hannah Rosenbloom

The Truth About Cats & Dogs

1996

As Dr. Abby Barnes

Coldblooded

1995

As Honey

Now and Then

1995

As Wiladene

Girl's Best Friend

2008

As Mary

Clay Pigeons

1998

As Agent Dale Shelby

Duane Hopwood

2005

As Linda

Mystery Men

1999

As Bowler

The Cable Guy

1996

As Medieval Times Waitress

The Wild

2006

As Bridget (voice)

The Ten

2007

As Nuclear Powerplant Shift Supervisor Beth Soden

Then She Found Me

2007

As Herself

I Am Comic

2010

As Self

200 Cigarettes

1999

As Ellie

Dog Park

1998

As Jeri

The Search for John Gissing

2001

As Linda Barnes

Steal This Movie

2000

As Anita Hoffman

Labor Pains

2009

As Claire

Sweethearts

1997

As Jasmine Pogue

The Bumblebee Flies Anyway

2000

As Dr. Harriman

Manhood

2003

As Jill

Left of the Dial

2005

As Herself

General Education

2012

As Gale Collins

Bad Parents

2012

As Kathy

The Thin Pink Line

1998

As Joyce Wintergarden-Dingle

When Stand Up Stood Out

2003

As Herself

Ash Tuesday

2003

As Liz

Larger Than Life

1996

As Mo

A Little Game

2014

As Sarah Kuftinec

Misery Loves Comedy

2015

As Self

Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Farley

2003

As Quiz Kings Contestant (archive footage) (uncredited)

Suspicious

1994

As Woman

The Laramie Project

2002

As Catherine Connolly

The American Side

2016

As Agent Barry

The Guitar

2008

As Dr. Murray

Jiminy Glick in Lalawood

2005

As Dee Dee

Speech & Debate

2017

As Marie

Touch

1997

As Kathy Worthington

Showing Up

2014

As Self

What Planet Are You From?

2000

As Nervous Woman

Nadine in Dateland

2005

As Nadine

The Very Best of America's Funniest Comedians

2003

As Self (archive footage)

Free the Nipple

2014

As Anouk

Can't Stop Dancing

1999

As Belinda Peck

Submission

2018

As Magda Moynahan

The Independent

2000

As Paloma Fineman

Bye Bye Love

1995

As Lucille

The Happys

2018

As Luann

Werewolf Bitches from Outer Space

2017

As Art Gallery Owner

Little Boxes

2017

As Helena

Sandy Wexler

2017

As Testimonial

Half Baked

1998

As I'm Only Creative When I Smoke Smoker (uncredited)

Torrance Rises

1999

As Self

The Minus Man

1999

As Ferrin

Satan, Hold My Hand

2013

As Sheryl

Martin & Orloff

2002

As Hairdresser

Late for Dinner

1991

As Counter Girl

3rd Street Blackout

2015

As June Sherman

A Bad Situationist

2008

As Lenore Stein

Come As You Are

2020

As Liz

Mercy Black

2019

As Dr. Ward

25 Sets

2019

As Herself

Asking for It

2020

As Cheryl

Other Music

2019

As Self

The God Committee

2021

As Dr. Valerie Gilroy

Flora & Ulysses

2021

As Marissa

Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy

1996

As Woman at Party

Best of the Improv Vol. 1

0000

As Self (archive footage)

Thick as Thieves

1999

As Anne

Tropic Thunder: Rain of Madness

2008

As Heidi Bivens

The Apology

2022

As Gretchen Sullivan

Mighty Fine

2012

As Narrator (voice)

Funny People

2009

As Friend in video (archive footage) (uncredited)

The Peace Patriots

0000

As Narrator (voice)

Vanilla Ice Archive

2012

As Self (archive footage)

Production

Janeane Garofalo: If You Will

2010

As Executive Producer

Sweethearts

1997

As Producer

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