Julia Sweeney
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The Smurfs (2008)
Don't Come Knocking (2005)
[ Fairuza Balk ][ Sarah Polley ][ Jessica Lange ][ Marley Shelton ][ Eva Marie Saint ]
The Placeholder (2003)
Clockstoppers (2002)
[ Jenette Goldstein ][ Courtney Taylor ]
A Baby Blues Christmas Special (2002)
[ Elizabeth Daily ][ Nicole Sullivan ][ Kath Soucie ][ Wendy Raquel Robinson ]
Beethoven's 4th (2001)
Beethoven's 3rd (2000)
Whatever It Takes (2000)
[ Marla Sokoloff ][ Christine Lakin ][ Jodi Lyn O'Keefe ]
My Funny Valentine (2000)
[ Andrea Martin ]
Stuart Little (1999)
[ Jennifer Tilly ][ Geena Davis ][ Estelle Getty ]
The Massage: Part 2 (1998)
The Massage: Part 1 (1998)
[ Judy Geeson ]
The Nanny (1998)
Thick as Thieves (1998)
[ Janeane Garofalo ][ Rebecca Demornay ][ Khandi Alexander ]
Vegas Vacation (1997)
[ Beverly D'Angelo ][ Marisol Nichols ][ Christie Brinkley ][ Corinna Harney ][ Shannah Laumeister ]
Meet Wally Sparks (1997)
[ Debi Mazar ][ Brooklyn Bounce ][ Lesley Ann Down ][ Karen Duffy ][ Cindy Williams ]
Courting Courtney (1997)
[ Kathy Griffin ][ Ana Gasteyer ]
The Barefoot Executive (1995)
[ Julie Benz ][ Yvonne De-Carlo ][ Kathy Griffin ]
Stuart Saves His Family (1995)
[ Laura San-Giacomo ][ Shirley Knight ][ Michelle Horn ]
It's Pat (1994)
[ Kathie Najimy ][ Kathy Griffin ][ Katie Wright ][ Donna Baltron ]
Pulp Fiction (1994)
[ Uma Thurman ][ Rosanna Arquette ][ Amanda Plummer ][ Kathy Griffin ][ Maria De-Medeiros ]
Coneheads (1993)
[ Parker Posey ][ Joey Lauren Adams ][ Ellen Degeneres ][ Michelle Thomas ][ Jane Curtin ]
Honey I Blew Up the Kid (1992)
[ Keri Russell ][ Marcia Strassman ]
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)
[ Phoebe Cates ][ Belinda Balaski ][ Stephanie Menuez ]
Dinner at Eight (1989)
[ Lauren Bacall ][ Ellen Greene ][ Belinda Balaski ]

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Shane West
Vincent D'Onofrio
Harvey Keitel


Best known to audiences as the androgynous, nerdy "Pat" from Saturday Night Live, where she was a cast member from 1990 to 1994, Julia Sweeney actually began her comedy career as an accountant, of all things. Working as a numbers-cruncher for Columbia Pictures in the mid-'80s, Sweeney ignored her degree in economics to pursue comedy. In 1986, she joined the Groundlings, the famous L.A. improvisational troupe that also produced success stories like Conan O'Brien and Lisa Kudrow. It was there where she developed "Pat" and caught the attention of NBC, which found a place for her on their venerable breeding ground for comic talent, Saturday Night Live. Sweeney, like fellow cast members Mike Myers and Dana Carvey, was given the opportunity to star in a spin-off feature of her very own, called It's Pat. Released in 1994, the film was a massive failure, dumped in only select cities and roundly panned by national critics, who deemed it juvenile and unfunny. The film was reportedly rewritten by close pal Quentin Tarantino, who cast her that same year in a small role opposite Harvey Keitel in his Oscar-winning film Pulp Fiction. Tarantino then executive-produced what was arguably the most important work of Sweeney's career: God Said, Ha!, a film version of her one-woman Broadway show detailing her "cancer year," in which she and her now-deceased brother Mike battled the deadly disease. Though it was a vanishing act on Broadway, God Said, Ha! opened up a new door for Sweeney, who won raves for her brave, funny monologues and earned the respect of peers who were displeased by her previous film work. The film, unlike the work of her television contemporaries, was serious and deeply personal yet quite humorous, perfectly capturing the spirit of Sweeney's unique performance style.

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