Julia Sweeney Biography
Birthday: October 10, 1959 (Libra)
Born In: Spokane, Washington, United States
Julia Sweeney is an American actress, producer, director, comedian, and author. She rose to fame for portraying different comedic characters, most notably the revolting character Pat, in ‘Saturday Night Live’. Throughout her career, the actress has made several praiseworthy appearances on TV shows and in movies. Some of Sweeney’s best-known movies are ‘Stuart Little’, ‘Stuart Saves His Family’, ‘Beethoven's 4th’, and ‘Pulp Fiction’. She has also lent her voice to animated series like ‘Baby Blues’, ‘Monsters University’, ‘The Goode Family’, and ‘Father of the Pride’. Additionally, Julia’s best TV shows are ‘Maybe It’s Me’, ‘Frasier’, ‘Shrill’, and ‘Work in Progress’. She has also written, directed, and performed three autobiographical monologues. These are ‘God Said Ha!’, ‘In the Family Way’, and ‘Letting Go of God’. As a producer, she has produced several episodes of the TV series ‘Desperate Housewives’. She is also a board member for organizations like ‘Secular Coalition for America’, ‘Freedom From Religion Foundation’, and the ‘Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science’.