Laura Jane Silverman
June 10, 1966
Bedford, New Hampshire, U.S.
|Relatives||Sarah Silverman (sister)|
Susan Silverman (sister)
Laura Jane Silverman (born June 10, 1966) is an American actress and the older sister of actress and comedian Sarah Silverman. She acted in Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic and The Sarah Silverman Program portraying a fictionalized version of herself. She also stars as Jane Benson on The Comeback with Lisa Kudrow and voiced Laura, the sarcastic receptionist on the animated comedy television series Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist. Her dramatic roles include guest appearances in House and Nurse Jackie.
Silverman was born to Beth Ann O'Hara and Donald Silverman. Her parents are divorced and each remarried (to John O'Hara and Janice, respectively).
Selected acting roles
|1995–2002||Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist||Laura (voice)|
|1997||Who's the Caboose?||"At Every Audition" Girl|
|1999–2004||Home Movies||Linda Small, Loni, others (voice)|
|2002||Curb Your Enthusiasm||Saleswoman|
|2005–2006||The King of Queens||Dawn|
|2005, 2014||The Comeback||Jane Benson|
|2005||Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic||Fictionalized version of herself|
|2006||Metalocalypse||Rebecca Nightrod, Valerie Vransinn (voice)|
|2007–2010||The Sarah Silverman Program||Fictionalized version of herself|
|2008||House ("Don't Ever Change")||Roz|
|2009||All American Orgy||Tina|
|2011||Adventure Time with Finn & Jake||Ethel Rainicorn (voice)|
|2011–present||Bob's Burgers||Andy Pesto (voice)|
|2018||Big Hero 6: The Series||Krei's Assistant (voice)|
|2020||I Know This Much Is True||Kristin|
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