Where Is She Now: Julia Sweeney (Actress) - Saturday Night Live, Pulp Fiction.
Name: Julia Sweeney
Born: October 10, 1959, Spokane, Washington
Claim To Fame: She is known for her role as a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 1990 to 1994.
Family Life: She was married to Stephen Hibbert from 1989-1994. She has been married to scientist Michael Blum since
2008. They have an adopted daughter together, Tara Mulan Blum.
Info: Sweeney started out as an accountant for Columbia
Pictures and United Artists when she enrolled in classes with the improvisational comedy troupe The Groundlings. She was later chosen to be part of the troupe's Sunday Company.
She began developing characters including Mea Culpa, the title character of Mea's Big Apology, and the androgynous Pat, whose impossible-to-determine gender was the basis for Sweeney's popular It's Pat! skits on Saturday Night
Live. She later released a feature film of the same name.
At a Groundlings performance in 1989, Saturday Night Live (SNL) producer Lorne Michaels discovered Sweeney and offered her a spot as one of SNL's featured players. Sweeney has created and performed three autobiographical monologues, God Said Ha!, In the Family Way, and Letting
Go of God.
Trivia: Is a cervical cancer survivor.
Her 1993 impression of Chelsea Clinton caused a stir when Hillary Clinton found it offensive and sent an angry letter to SNL's Studio 8H.
Performed in the rock band Ugly Kid Joe's music video for the song Neighbor
Where Is She Now: Sweeney performed with singer/songwriter Jill Sobule in a revue called Jill and Julia in 2009 and
2010. She also serves as part of a regular rotation of panelists for the NPR news quiz radio show Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
In 2013, she was the voice of Sherry Sqibbles in Pixar's Monsters University, and also wrote a memoir that was published last May called If It?s Not One Thing, It?s Your Mother.