Amy Sedaris stars in "Puss in Boots" as the voice of Jill.

Amy Sedaris is a five-foot Grecian spitfire who hails from North Carolina and studied and performed with Chicago's Second City. Her New York theater credits include "Wonder of the World" (Lucille Lortel Award Nomination), "The Country Club" (Drama Dept), "The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told" and "Talent Family Plays" (written by David and Amy Sedaris), "Jamboree," "Stump the Host," "Stitches," "One Woman Shoe" (Obie Award), "The Little Frieda Mysteries" (Encore Award), "Incident at Cobble Knob" (Lincoln Center) and most recently, "The Book of Liz" (Drama Dept). Her regional theatrical credits include "The Country Club" (Long Wharf).

Sedaris is perhaps best known for starring in Comedy Central's "Strangers with Candy." Her television credits also include a series regular roles on Comedy Central's "Exit 57" and recurring roles on "Just Shoot Me," "Sex and the City," "Monk," "Hot in Cleveland" and "Raising Hope." She has been a frequent guest on "Late Show with David Letterman," "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" and "Late Night with Conan O'Brien." She has also made appearances in episodes of "The New Adventures of Old Christine," "The Middle," "The Closer," "Rescue Me," "My Name Is Earl," "Ed," "Law & Order: SVU" and "Sex & the City."

Her film projects include "Snowflake," "Dedication," "Shrek the Third," "Snow Angels," "Bewitched," "Strangers with Candy – The Movie," "Chicken Little," "Full Grown Men," "Romance & Cigarettes" (directed by John Turturro), "Maid in Manhattan," "School of Rock" and "Elf."

October 2006 saw the publication of Amy's best-selling book "I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence." In November 2010, her second book, "Simple Times: Crafts for Poor People" was released and instantly became a New York Times bestseller.

Sedaris starred opposite Neil Patrick Harris and Bonnie Sommerville in Josh Shelov's film "The Best and the Brightest," which was released in June. She was also seen in "Beware the Gonzo" (Bryan Goluboff, director, opposite Campbell Scott and Ezra Miller) and "Tanner Hall" (Francesca Gregorini and Tatiana Von Furstenberg, writers/directors; opposite Rooney Mara and Chris Kattan).

Sedaris was born in Endicott, New York, daughter of Sharon and Lou Sedaris, an IBM engineer. She is the younger sister of humorist David Sedaris. They grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is of half Greek descent; her father was Greek Orthodox and her mother was Protestant, and she was raised in her father's faith.

Sedaris lives in Greenwich Village with her mini rex rabbit Dusty and is very involved with the House Rabbit Society. As part of a running joke during public appearances, she frequently alludes to her imaginary boyfriend, Ricky. During an appearance on the "Late Show with David Letterman" (October 6, 2006), she claimed Ricky had "died" (murdered) and that she now lives with Ricky's ghost.

Sedaris works to support her cupcake and cheeseball business.


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Age: 56 years old
Birthday: March 29, 1961
Height: 5' 1 ½"
Full Name / Real Name: Amy Louise Sedaris
Birthplace: Endicott, NY
Hometown: Raleigh, NC
Current Residence: New York, NY

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