The Info List - Ellen DeGeneres

Ellen Lee DeGeneres (/dɪˈdʒɛnərɪs/; born January 26, 1958)[1] is an American comedian, television host, actress, writer, producer, and LGBT
activist.[2] DeGeneres starred in the popular sitcom Ellen from 1994 to 1998 and has hosted her syndicated TV talk show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, since 2003. Her stand-up career started in the early 1980s, and included a 1986 appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. As a film actress, DeGeneres starred in Mr. Wrong (1996), appeared in EDtv (1999), and The Love Letter (1999), and provided the voice of Dory in the Pixar
animated films Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo
(2003) and Finding Dory
Finding Dory
(2016); for Nemo, she was awarded the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress, the first time an actress won a Saturn Award for a voice performance. In 2010, she was a judge on American Idol
American Idol
for its ninth season. She starred in two television sitcoms, Ellen from 1994 to 1998, and The Ellen Show
The Ellen Show
from 2001 to 2002. During the fourth season of Ellen in 1997, she came out as a lesbian in an appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Her character, Ellen Morgan, also came out to a therapist played by Winfrey, and the series went on to explore various LGBT
issues, including the coming-out process. This made her the first openly lesbian actress to play an openly lesbian character on television.[3] In 2008, she married her longtime girlfriend Portia de Rossi. DeGeneres has hosted the Academy Awards, Grammy Awards, and the Primetime Emmys. She has authored four books and started her own record company, Eleveneleven, as well as a production company, A Very Good Production. She also launched a lifestyle brand, ED Ellen DeGeneres, which comprises a collection of apparel, accessories, home, baby, and pet items.[4] She has won 30 Emmys, 20 People's Choice Awards (more than any other person[5]), and numerous other awards for her work and charitable efforts. In 2016, she received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.[6]


1 Early life and education 2 Stand-up comedy

2.1 Netflix

3 Film
career 4 Television
career 5 Award shows 6 Other ventures

6.1 ED Ellen DeGeneres 6.2 Voice acting 6.3 Commercial spokesperson 6.4 Eleveneleven

7 Influences 8 Personal life

8.1 Sexual orientation and relationships 8.2 Animal rights and being a vegan 8.3 Humanitarianism

9 Filmography

9.1 Film 9.2 Television

9.2.1 As executive producer

9.3 Video game

10 Discography 11 Awards and honors 12 Bibliography 13 References 14 External links

Early life and education DeGeneres was born and raised in Metairie, Louisiana, to Elizabeth Jane (née Pfeffer), a speech therapist, and Elliott Everett DeGeneres, an insurance agent.[7][1][8] She has one brother, Vance, a musician and producer. She is of French, English, German, and Irish descent. She was raised as a Christian Scientist.[9] In 1973, her parents filed for separation and were divorced the following year..[9] Shortly after, Ellen's mother married Roy Gruessendorf, a salesman. Betty Jane and Ellen moved with Gruessendorf from the New Orleans
New Orleans
area to Atlanta, Texas. Vance stayed with his father. On a February 2011 episode of her show, she told her studio audience of a letter from the New England Historic Genealogical Society
New England Historic Genealogical Society
confirming she is 15th cousin to Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, via their shared common ancestor Thomas Fairfax.[10][11] DeGeneres graduated from Atlanta High School in May 1976, after completing her first years of high school at Grace King High School
Grace King High School
in Metairie, Louisiana. She moved back to New Orleans
New Orleans
to attend the University of New Orleans, where she majored in communication studies. After one semester, she left school to do clerical work in a law firm with a cousin, Laura Gillen. Her early jobs included working at J. C. Penney,[12] and being a waitress at T.G.I. Friday's
T.G.I. Friday's
and another restaurant, a house painter, a hostess, and a bartender. She relates much of her childhood and career experiences in her comedic work. Stand-up comedy DeGeneres started performing stand-up comedy at small clubs and coffee houses. By 1981, she was the emcee at Clyde's Comedy Club in New Orleans. DeGeneres cites Woody Allen
Woody Allen
and Steve Martin
Steve Martin
as her main influences at this time.[13] In the early 1980s she began to tour nationally, and in 1982 she was named Showtime's funniest person in America.[14] Netflix In early 2017, it was announced DeGeneres will appear in a brand new stand up special for Netflix. “It has been 15 years since I did a stand-up special. 15 years,” DeGeneres said in a statement. “And I’m writing it now, I can’t wait. I’ll keep you posted when and where I’m gonna shoot my Netflix
special. I’m excited to do it; I’m excited for you to see it.”[15] Film

Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
at the Emmy Awards, September 1997

Ellen's work in the late 1980s and early 1990s included the film Coneheads. DeGeneres starred in a series of films for a show named Ellen's Energy Adventure, which is part of the Universe of Energy attraction and pavilion at Walt Disney
World's Epcot. The film also featured Bill Nye, Alex Trebek, Michael Richards, and Jamie Lee Curtis. The show revolved around DeGeneres' falling asleep and finding herself in an energy-themed version of Jeopardy!, playing against an old rival, portrayed by Curtis, and Albert Einstein. The next film had DeGeneres co-hosting an educational look at energy with Nye. The ride first opened on September 15, 1996, as Ellen's Energy Crisis, but was quickly given the more positive-sounding name Ellen's Energy Adventure. Television
career DeGeneres's first regular TV role was in a short-lived Fox sitcom called Open House. She played the role of Margo Van Meter, an office worker at the Juan Verde Real Estate company. The show co-starred Alison LaPlaca and Mary Page Keller. In 1992, producers Neal Marlens and Carol Black cast DeGeneres in their sitcom Laurie Hill, in the role of Nurse Nancy MacIntyre. The series was canceled after only four episodes, but Marlens and Black were so impressed with DeGeneres' performance that they soon cast her in their next ABC pilot, These Friends of Mine, which they co-created with David S. Rosenthal.

At the Governor's Ball after the 46th Annual Emmy Awards
Emmy Awards
telecast, September 1994

DeGeneres's comedy career became the basis of the successful sitcom Ellen, named These Friends of Mine during its first season. The ABC show was popular in its first few seasons due in part to DeGeneres's style of observational humor; it was often referred to as a "female Seinfeld."[16] Ellen reached its height of popularity in April 1997, when DeGeneres came out as a lesbian on The Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey
Show. Her character on the sitcom also came out of the closet to her therapist, played by Oprah Winfrey.[17] The coming-out episode, titled "The Puppy Episode", was one of the highest-rated episodes of the show. The series returned for a fifth season but experienced falling ratings due to ABC's cutting back on promoting the show.[citation needed] It was believed that The Walt Disney
Company, ABC's parent owner, had become uncomfortable with the subject matter depicted on the show now that DeGeneres' character was openly gay.[citation needed] In May 1998, Ellen was canceled. DeGeneres returned to stand-up comedy and later re-established herself as a successful talk show host. DeGeneres returned to television in 2001 with a new CBS
sitcom, The Ellen Show. DeGeneres launched a daytime television talk show, The Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
Show, in September 2003. One of several celebrity-hosted talk shows surfacing at the beginning of that season, including those of Sharon Osbourne
Sharon Osbourne
and Rita Rudner, her show has consistently risen in the Nielsen ratings and received widespread critical praise. It was nominated for 11 Daytime Emmy Awards
Emmy Awards
in its first season, winning four, including Best Talk
Show. The show has won 25 Emmy Awards
Emmy Awards
for its first three seasons on the air. DeGeneres is known for her dancing and singing with the audience at the beginning of the show and during commercial breaks. She often gives away free prizes and trips to be in her show's studio audience with the help of her sponsors. DeGeneres celebrated her thirty-year class reunion by flying her graduating class to California to be guests on her show in February 2006. She presented Atlanta High School with a surprise gift of a new electronic LED marquee sign. In May 2006, DeGeneres made a surprise appearance at the Tulane University
Tulane University
commencement in New Orleans. Following George H. W. Bush
George H. W. Bush
and Bill Clinton
Bill Clinton
to the podium, she came out in a bathrobe and furry slippers. "They told me everyone would be wearing robes," she said. Ellen then went on to make another commencement speech at Tulane in 2009.[18] The show broadcast for a week from Universal Studios Orlando in March 2007. Skits included DeGeneres going on the Hulk Roller Coaster Ride and the Jaws Boat Ride. In May 2007, DeGeneres was placed on bed rest due to a torn ligament in her back. She continued hosting her show from a hospital bed, tended to by a nurse, explaining "the show must go on, as they say." Guests sat in hospital beds as well. On May 1, 2009, DeGeneres celebrated her 1000th episode, featuring celebrity guests such as Oprah Winfrey, Justin Timberlake, and Paris Hilton, among others.[citation needed]

DeGeneres attending Oprah Winfrey's 50th birthday party in Los Angeles, California, in January 2004

On September 9, 2009, it was confirmed that DeGeneres would replace Paula Abdul
Paula Abdul
as a judge of the ninth season of American Idol. Her role started after the contestant auditions, at the beginning of "Hollywood Week".[19][20] It is reported that DeGeneres also signed a contract to be a judge on the show for at least five seasons.[21] She made her American Idol
American Idol
debut on February 9, 2010. However, on July 29, 2010, DeGeneres and Fox executives announced that the comedian would be leaving American Idol
American Idol
after one season. In a statement, DeGeneres said that the series "didn't feel like the right fit for me".[22] Starting in the 2017-2018 television season DeGeneres began hosting the game show Ellen's Game of Games
Ellen's Game of Games
on NBC
which is based, and expands on games played on her talk show. The series had a preview episode on December 18, 2017 with regular episodes beginning the following January.[23] Award shows DeGeneres received wide exposure on November 4, 2001, when she hosted the televised broadcast of the Emmy Awards. Presented after two cancellations due to network concerns that a lavish ceremony following the September 11 attacks
September 11 attacks
would appear insensitive, the show required a more somber tone that would also allow viewers to temporarily forget the tragedy. DeGeneres received several standing ovations for her performance that evening, which included the line: "What would bug the Taliban
more than seeing a gay woman in a suit surrounded by Jews?" In August 2005, DeGeneres hosted the 2005 Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony held on September 18, 2005. This was three weeks after Hurricane Katrina, making it the second time she hosted the Emmys following a national tragedy. She also hosted the Grammy Awards
Grammy Awards
in 1996 and in 1997. On September 7, 2006, DeGeneres was selected to host the 79th Academy Awards ceremony, which took place on February 25, 2007.[24] This makes her the first openly gay or lesbian person to have hosted the event. During the Awards show, DeGeneres said, "What a wonderful night, such diversity in the room, in a year when there's been so many negative things said about people's race, religion, and sexual orientation. And I want to put this out there: If there weren't blacks, Jews
and gays, there would be no Oscars, or anyone named Oscar, when you think about that."[25] Reviews of her hosting gig were positive, with one saying, "DeGeneres rocked, as she never forgot that she wasn't just there to entertain the Oscar nominees but also to tickle the audience at home."[26] Regis Philbin
Regis Philbin
said in an interview that "the only complaint was there's not enough Ellen." DeGeneres was nominated for an Emmy Award
Emmy Award
as host of the Academy Awards broadcast.[27] On August 2, 2013, it was announced that DeGeneres would host the Academy Awards
Academy Awards
on March 2, 2014, for the second time.[28] A selfie orchestrated by 86th Academy Awards
Academy Awards
host Ellen DeGeneres during the broadcast is the second-most retweeted tweet ever.[29][30] DeGeneres said she wanted to homage Meryl Streep's record 17 Oscar nominations by setting a new record with her, and invited other Oscar celebrities to join them. The resulting photo of twelve celebrities broke the previous retweet record within forty minutes and was retweeted over 1.8 million times in the first hour.[31][32][33] By the end of the ceremony it had been retweeted over 2 million times, less than 24 hours later, it had been retweeted over 2.8 million times.[30][31] As of May 2017, it has been retweeted over 3.4 million times.[30] The group selfie effort was parodied by Lego
and Matt Groening with The Simpsons.[34][35] It beat the previous record, which was held by Barack Obama, following his victory in the 2012 presidential election.[33][36][37] Other ventures ED Ellen DeGeneres Ellen launched her lifestyle brand under the name ED by Ellen in the summer of 2015.[38] After her initial collections, the brand name then changed ED Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
to incorporate the licensed arm of her brand.[39] The collection includes apparel, shoes, accessories, pet, baby and home items. DeGeneres's dog collection at PetSmart was launched February 2017[40] and a cat line was introduced later that year.[41]

At Tulane University
Tulane University
in 2009

Voice acting DeGeneres lent her voice to the role of Dory, a friendly fish with short-term memory loss, in the 2003 animated Disney/ Pixar
film Finding Nemo.[42] The film's director, Andrew Stanton, said that he chose Ellen because she changed the subject five times before one sentence had finished on her show.[43] For her performance as Dory, DeGeneres won the Saturn Award from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films for Best Supporting Actress; Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie from the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards; and the Annie Award from the International Animated Film
Association, for Outstanding Voice Acting. She was also nominated for a Chicago Film Critics Association Award in the Best Supporting Actress category. She also provided the voice of the dog in the prologue of the Eddie Murphy feature film Dr. Dolittle. Her win of the Saturn Award marked the first and only time the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films has given the acting award for a voice performance. She reprised the role of Dory from Finding Nemo
Finding Nemo
in the 2016 sequel, Finding Dory. Commercial spokesperson In November 2004, DeGeneres appeared, dancing, in an ad campaign for American Express. Her most recent American Express
American Express
commercial, a two-minute black-and-white spot in which she works with animals, debuted in November 2006 and was created by Ogilvy & Mather. In 2007, the commercial won the Emmy Award
Emmy Award
for Outstanding Commercial. DeGeneres began working with CoverGirl
Cosmetics in September 2008, for which she has been criticized, as her animal-friendly values clash with Procter and Gamble's (the maker of CoverGirl
Cosmetics) animal testing.[44] Her face became the focus of CoverGirl
advertisements starting in January 2009. The beauty campaign was DeGeneres's first.[45] On December 3, 2011, DeGeneres headlined the third annual "Change Begins Within" gala for the David Lynch Foundation
David Lynch Foundation
held at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.[46][47] In spring 2012, DeGeneres became the spokesperson for J. C. Penney
J. C. Penney
in a tour and advertising campaign.[12] DeGeneres represents a line of products on QVC, a home shopping network. Her line of home products, initialized as E.D., for Ellen DeGeneres, began being offered on QVC
on October 24, 2014, under the name E.D. on Air.[48] Eleveneleven Main article: eleveneleven On May 26, 2010, DeGeneres announced on her show that she was starting her own record label entitled "eleveneleven". She explained her choice of name, claiming that she often sees the number 11:11 when looking at her clocks, that she found Greyson on the 11th, and that the singer's soccer jersey has the number 11.[49] She mentioned that she had been looking for videos of performances on YouTube
to start her label. The first act she signed to the label is Greyson Chance.[50] Influences DeGeneres lists among her comedic influences Woody Allen, Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett, Steve Martin, and Bob Newhart.[51] Personal life Forbes
estimated DeGeneres' 2017 earnings at US$77 million.[52] In 2015, she was named the 50th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes[53] and number two on the World Pride Power list.[54] By July 30, DeGeneres has more than 71 million followers on Twitter
and 47 million on Instagram, making her the sixth most followed user on Twitter
and the 28th most followed user on Instagram. She is a fan of the National Football League
National Football League
and has shown particular support for the New Orleans
New Orleans
Saints and the Green Bay Packers.[55][56] In 2011, she attended a Saints practice dressed as Packers Hall of Famer Don Hutson.[57] Sexual orientation and relationships

Portia de Rossi
Portia de Rossi
and DeGeneres in September 2012

In 1997, DeGeneres came out as lesbian. The disclosure of her sexual orientation sparked intense interest by American tabloids.[58] The contentiousness of the media coverage stunted DeGeneres' professional career and left her "mired in depression".[58] In her book Love, Ellen, DeGeneres' mother, Betty DeGeneres
Betty DeGeneres
describes being initially shocked when her daughter came out, but she has since become one of her strongest supporters; she is also an active member of Parents & Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) and spokesperson for the Human Rights Campaign's Coming Out
Coming Out
Project. The same year she came out, DeGeneres started a romantic relationship with actress Anne Heche
Anne Heche
that lasted until August 2000.[59] From 2000 to 2004, DeGeneres maintained a close affair with actress/director/photographer Alexandra Hedison.[60] The couple appeared on the cover of The Advocate
The Advocate
after their separation had already been announced to the media.[61] Since 2004, DeGeneres has had a relationship with Portia de Rossi.[62] After the overturn of the same-sex marriage ban in California, DeGeneres and de Rossi were engaged, and married in August 2008, at their home in Beverly Hills, California, where they live with their four dogs and three cats.[63][64] The passage of Proposition 8 cast doubt on the legal status of their marriage, but a subsequent California Supreme Court judgment validated it because it occurred before November 4, 2008.[65][66][67] On August 6, 2010, de Rossi filed a petition to legally change her name to Portia Lee James DeGeneres.[68] The petition was granted on September 23, 2010.[69] Animal rights and being a vegan DeGeneres is a vegan. She previously described herself as a vegan and "big animal lover".[70][71] De Rossi, too, is a vegan.[71] Ellen co-ordinates a vegan outreach website titled 'Going Vegan with Ellen'.[72] She intended to open a vegan tapas bar, Bokado, in Los Angeles, but plans fell through.[73] The site for The Ellen DeGeneres Show
The Ellen DeGeneres Show
contains a section called "Going Vegan With Ellen", in which she promotes "Meatless Mondays" and features vegan recipes.[74] She has several times invited Humane Society of the United States CEO Wayne Pacelle
Wayne Pacelle
to speak on her show about the organization's efforts in animal protection legislation. In 2009, PETA named her their "Woman of the Year."[75] In April 2013, she donated $25,000 to stop Ag-Gag anti-whistleblower legislation in Tennessee, which would prohibit undercover investigators from recording footage of animal abuse on farms.[76] DeGeneres served as campaign ambassador to Farm Sanctuary's Adopt-A-Turkey Project in 2010, asking people to start "a new tradition by adopting a turkey instead of eating one" at Thanksgiving.[77] Humanitarianism In November 2011, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton
named her a Special envoy
Special envoy
for Global AIDS Awareness.[78] On December 3, 2011, DeGeneres opened the show at the David Lynch
David Lynch
Foundation's 3rd annual "Change Begins Within" gala at the Los Angeles
Los Angeles
County Museum of Art to raise funds to bring Transcendental Meditation
Transcendental Meditation
to at-risk populations suffering from epidemic levels of chronic stress and stress-related disorders. She says: "TM is the only time I have that stillness… it gives me this peaceful feeling, and I love it so much. I can’t say enough good things about it. All the benefits that you can achieve from sitting still and going within—it really is a beautiful experience. David Lynch
David Lynch
is such a wonderful man to start this foundation to help people."[79][80] In November 2017, it was announced that Donald Trump
Donald Trump
would begin allowing the importation of elephant trophies from Africa. DeGeneres, an animal activist, created a hashtag campaign in partnership with her brand, ED Ellen DeGeneres, to donate to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. DeGeneres also created a t-shirt with her brand whose proceeds also go to the organization.[81] In January 2018 for Ellen's 60th birthday, Ellen's wife, Portia de Rossi, gifted Ellen a permanent gorilla home in Rwanda built in her namesake for the Digit Fund.[82] This gift was part of a new arm of the Digit Fund
Digit Fund
now called the " Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
Wildlife Fund."[83] Filmography Film

Year Title Role Notes

1990 Arduous Moon[84] Herself Short film

1991 Wisecracks[85] Herself Documentary

1993 Coneheads Coach

1994 Trevor Herself Short film

1996 Mr. Wrong Martha Alston

1998 Goodbye Lover Sgt. Rita Pompano

Dr. Dolittle Prologue Dog (voice)

1999 EDtv Cynthia

Love Letter, TheThe Love Letter Janet Hall

2003 Finding Nemo Dory (voice)

Exploring the Reef Dory (voice) Short film

Pauly Shore Is Dead Herself

2005 My Short Film[86] Herself Short film

2015 Unity Narrator Documentary

2016 Finding Dory Dory (voice)


Year Title Role Notes

1989 Duet Margo Van Meter Episode: ″The Birth of a Saleswoman″

1989–1990 Open House Margo Van Meter 24 episodes

1990–1992 One Night Stand Herself 2 episodes

1992 Laurie Hill Nancy MacIntyre 10 episodes

1994–1998 Ellen Ellen Morgan 109 episodes; also writer, executive producer

1994 46th Primetime Emmy Awards Herself (co-host) TV special

1995 Roseanne Dr. Whitman Episode: "The Blaming of the Shrew"

1996 The Dana Carvey Show Ellen Morgan Episode: "The Mountain Dew Dana Carvey Show"

1996–1997 The Larry Sanders Show Herself 2 episodes

1996 38th Annual Grammy Awards Herself (host) TV special

1997 39th Annual Grammy Awards Herself (host) TV special

1998 Mad About You Nancy Bloom Episode: "The Finale"

2000 Ellen DeGeneres: The Beginning[87] Herself Stand-up special

If These Walls Could Talk
2 Kal TV movie

2001 Saturday Night Live Herself (host) Episode: "Ellen DeGeneres/No Doubt"

On the Edge[88] Operator Segment: "Reaching Normal"

Will & Grace Sister Louise Episode: "My Uncle the Car"

53rd Primetime Emmy Awards Herself (host) TV special

2001–2002 Ellen Show, TheThe Ellen Show Ellen Richmond 18 episodes; also executive producer

2003 Ellen DeGeneres: Here and Now Herself Stand-up special

2003–present Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
Show, TheThe Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
Show Herself (host) Also creator, writer, executive producer

2004 The Bernie Mac Show Herself Episode: ″It's a Wonderful Wife"

Six Feet Under Herself Episode: "Parallel Play"

2005 Joey Herself Episode: "Joey and the Sex Tape"

57th Primetime Emmy Awards Herself (host) TV special

2007 Ellen's Really Big Show[89] Herself (host) TV special

79th Academy Awards Herself (host) TV special

Sesame Street Herself Episode: "The Tutu Spell"

2008 Ellen's Even Bigger Really Big Show[90] Herself (host) TV special

2009 Ellen's Bigger, Longer & Wider Show[91] Herself (host) TV special

2010 American Idol Herself (judge) Season 9

Simpsons, TheThe Simpsons Herself (voice) Episode: "Judge Me Tender″

2014 86th Academy Awards Herself (host) TV special

2016 The Big Bang Theory Herself Episode: "The Geology Elevation"

2017–present Ellen's Game of Games Herself (host) Also creator, executive producer

As executive producer

Year Title Notes

2012–2014 Bethenny 170 episodes

2015 Repeat After Me 8 episodes

2015–present Ellen's Design Challenge 15 episodes

2015 One Big Happy 6 episodes

2016–present Little Big Shots

2017 First Dates 8 episodes

2018 Green Eggs and Ham[92]

TBA Castle Hangnail[93]

Video game

Year Title Voice

1996 9: The Last Resort The Octopus Lady

2003 Finding Nemo Dory (Archive footage)

2013 Heads Up! Herself

2016 Disney
Infinity 3.0 Dory


Year Album Notes

1996 Ellen DeGeneres: Taste This comedy Live album

Awards and honors Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Ellen DeGeneres Bibliography

DeGeneres, Ellen (1995). My Point...And I Do Have One. New York: Bantam Books. ISBN 0-553-09955-8.  DeGeneres, Ellen (2003). The Funny Thing Is... New York: Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0-7432-4761-2.  DeGeneres, Ellen (2011). Seriously...I'm Kidding. New York: Grand Central Publishing. ISBN 0-446-58502-5.  DeGeneres, Ellen (2015). Home. Grand Central Life & Style. ISBN 1455533564. 


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Annie Award for Voice Acting in a Feature Production

Hank Azaria/Ming-Na (1998) Eli Marienthal
Eli Marienthal
(1999) Tim Allen/ Joan Cusack
Joan Cusack
(2000) Eddie Murphy/ Eartha Kitt
Eartha Kitt
(2001) Daveigh Chase
Daveigh Chase
(2002) Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
(2003) Brad Bird
Brad Bird
(2004) Peter Sallis
Peter Sallis
(2005) Ian McKellen
Ian McKellen
(2006) Ian Holm
Ian Holm
(2007) Dustin Hoffman
Dustin Hoffman
(2008) Jennifer Cody (2009) Jay Baruchel
Jay Baruchel
(2010) Bill Nighy
Bill Nighy
(2011) Alan Tudyk
Alan Tudyk
(2012) Josh Gad
Josh Gad
(2013) Ben Kingsley
Ben Kingsley
(2014) Phyllis Smith
Phyllis Smith
(2015) Jason Bateman/ Auliʻi Cravalho
Auliʻi Cravalho
(2016) Anthony Gonzalez (2017)

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Primetime Emmy Award
Emmy Award
for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series (1990–1999)

Bob Brush for "Good-bye" (1990) Gary Dontzig & Steven Peterman for "Jingle Hell, Jingle Hell, Jingle All the Way" (1991) Elaine Pope & Larry Charles
Larry Charles
for "The Fix-Up" (1992) Larry David
Larry David
for "The Contest" (1993) David Angell
David Angell
& Peter Casey & David Lee for "The Good Son" (1994) Chuck Ranberg & Anne Flett-Giordano for "An Affair to Forget" (1995) Joe Keenan & Christopher Lloyd & Rob Greenberg & Jack Burditt & Chuck Ranberg & Anne Flett-Giordano & Linda Morris & Vic Rauseo for "Moon Dance" (1996) Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
& Mark Driscoll & Dava Savel & Tracy Newman & Jonathan Stark for "The Puppy Episode" (1997) Peter Tolan & Garry Shandling
Garry Shandling
for "Flip" (1998) Jay Kogen for "Merry Christmas, Mrs. Moskowitz" (1999)

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Satellite Award for Best Actress – Television
Series Musical or Comedy

Jane Curtin
Jane Curtin
(1996) Tracey Ullman
Tracey Ullman
(1997) Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
(1998) Illeana Douglas
Illeana Douglas
(1999) Lisa Kudrow
Lisa Kudrow
(2000) Debra Messing
Debra Messing
(2001) Debra Messing
Debra Messing
(2002) Jane Kaczmarek
Jane Kaczmarek
(2003) Portia de Rossi
Portia de Rossi
(2004) Felicity Huffman
Felicity Huffman
/ Mary-Louise Parker
Mary-Louise Parker
(2005) Marcia Cross
Marcia Cross
(2006) America Ferrera
America Ferrera
(2007) Tracey Ullman
Tracey Ullman
(2008) Lea Michele
Lea Michele
(2009) Laura Linney
Laura Linney
(2010) Martha Plimpton
Martha Plimpton
(2011) Kaley Cuoco
Kaley Cuoco
(2012) Taylor Schilling
Taylor Schilling
(2013) Mindy Kaling
Mindy Kaling
(2014) Taylor Schilling
Taylor Schilling
(2015) Taylor Schilling
Taylor Schilling
(2016) Niecy Nash
Niecy Nash

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Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress

Ida Lupino
Ida Lupino
(1974/75) Bette Davis
Bette Davis
(1976) Susan Tyrrell
Susan Tyrrell
(1977) Dyan Cannon
Dyan Cannon
(1978) Veronica Cartwright
Veronica Cartwright
(1979) Eve Brent
Eve Brent
(1980) Frances Sternhagen
Frances Sternhagen
(1981) Zelda Rubinstein
Zelda Rubinstein
(1982) Candy Clark (1983) Polly Holliday
Polly Holliday
(1984) Anne Ramsey
Anne Ramsey
(1985) Jenette Goldstein (1986) Anne Ramsey
Anne Ramsey
(1987) Sylvia Sidney
Sylvia Sidney
(1988) Whoopi Goldberg
Whoopi Goldberg
(1989/90) Mercedes Ruehl
Mercedes Ruehl
(1991) Isabella Rossellini
Isabella Rossellini
(1992) Amanda Plummer
Amanda Plummer
(1993) Mia Sara (1994) Bonnie Hunt
Bonnie Hunt
(1995) Alice Krige
Alice Krige
(1996) Gloria Stuart
Gloria Stuart
(1997) Joan Allen
Joan Allen
(1998) Patricia Clarkson
Patricia Clarkson
(1999) Rebecca Romijn-Stamos (2000) Fionnula Flanagan
Fionnula Flanagan
(2001) Samantha Morton
Samantha Morton
(2002) Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
(2003) Daryl Hannah
Daryl Hannah
(2004) Summer Glau
Summer Glau
(2005) Famke Janssen
Famke Janssen
(2006) Marcia Gay Harden
Marcia Gay Harden
(2007) Tilda Swinton
Tilda Swinton
(2008) Sigourney Weaver
Sigourney Weaver
(2009) Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis
(2010) Emily Blunt
Emily Blunt
(2011) Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway
(2012) Scarlett Johansson
Scarlett Johansson
(2013) Rene Russo
Rene Russo
(2014) Jessica Chastain
Jessica Chastain
(2015) Tilda Swinton
Tilda Swinton

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Daytime Emmy Award
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for Outstanding Talk
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Dinah Shore
Dinah Shore
(1974) Barbara Walters
Barbara Walters
(1975) Dinah Shore
Dinah Shore
(1976) Phil Donahue
Phil Donahue
(1977) Phil Donahue
Phil Donahue
(1978) Phil Donahue
Phil Donahue
(1979) Phil Donahue
Phil Donahue
(1980) Hugh Downs
Hugh Downs
(1981) Phil Donahue
Phil Donahue
(1982) Phil Donahue
Phil Donahue
(1983) Gary Collins (1984) Phil Donahue
Phil Donahue
(1985) Phil Donahue
Phil Donahue
(1986) Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey
(1987) Phil Donahue
Phil Donahue
(1988) Sally Jessy Raphael
Sally Jessy Raphael
(1989) Joan Rivers
Joan Rivers
(1990) Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey
(1991) Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey
(1992) Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey
(1993) Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey


Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey
(1995) Montel Williams
Montel Williams
(1996) Rosie O'Donnell
Rosie O'Donnell
(1997) Rosie O'Donnell
Rosie O'Donnell
/ Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey
(1998) Rosie O'Donnell
Rosie O'Donnell
(1999) Rosie O'Donnell
Rosie O'Donnell
(2000) Rosie O'Donnell
Rosie O'Donnell
/ Regis Philbin
Regis Philbin
(2001) Rosie O'Donnell
Rosie O'Donnell
(2002) Wayne Brady
Wayne Brady
(2003) Wayne Brady
Wayne Brady
(2004) Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
(2005) Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
(2006) Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
(2007) Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
(2008) Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Sherri Shepherd, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Barbara Walters
Barbara Walters
(2009) Mehmet Oz
Mehmet Oz
(2010) Regis Philbin
Regis Philbin
and Kelly Ripa
Kelly Ripa
/ Mehmet Oz
Mehmet Oz
(2011) Regis Philbin
Regis Philbin
and Kelly Ripa
Kelly Ripa
(2012) Ricki Lake
Ricki Lake
(2013) Katie Couric
Katie Couric
/ Mehmet Oz
Mehmet Oz

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Mark Twain Prize winners

Richard Pryor
Richard Pryor
(1998) Jonathan Winters
Jonathan Winters
(1999) Carl Reiner
Carl Reiner
(2000) Whoopi Goldberg
Whoopi Goldberg
(2001) Bob Newhart
Bob Newhart
(2002) Lily Tomlin
Lily Tomlin
(2003) Lorne Michaels
Lorne Michaels
(2004) Steve Martin
Steve Martin
(2005) Neil Simon
Neil Simon
(2006) Billy Crystal
Billy Crystal
(2007) George Carlin
George Carlin
(2008) Bill Cosby
Bill Cosby
(2009) Tina Fey
Tina Fey
(2010) Will Ferrell
Will Ferrell
(2011) Ellen DeGeneres
Ellen DeGeneres
(2012) Carol Burnett
Carol Burnett
(2013) Jay Leno
Jay Leno
(2014) Eddie Murphy
Eddie Murphy
(2015) Bill Murray
Bill Murray
(2016) David Letterman
David Letterman

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