Judy Toll

Lowest Rated: 33% Skin Deep (1989)
Birthday: Jan 14, 1958
Birthplace: Not Available
A comedienne and writer whose personal pain provided a focal point for her acutely perceptive stage and script work, funny lady Judy Toll was groomed for comedy under the wings of the famous Los Angeles comedy troupe the Groundlings. Born in Philadelphia, PA, in 1958, Toll aspired to the entertainment industry early on. A frequent performer at Uncaberet, she contributed her voice to The Brave Little Toaster (1987) and turned up alongside John Ritter in Skin Deep (1989) before taking a satirical stab at uber-macho comedian Andrew Dice Clay in the 1991 comedy special Judy Toll: The Dice Woman -- Lips Only. After performing on-stage throughout much of the mid-'90s, Toll achieved fame as a writer and consultant to such popular television series as Boy Meets World, The Geena Davis Show, and HBO's Sex and the City. In features, Toll was a co-writer of the 1988 comedy Casual Sex? Married to Oscar-winning documentarian Rick Trank, Toll died after an extended struggle with melanoma in early 2002. She was 44.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
57% Boys Life 3 Rochelle 2000
No Score Yet Red Shoe Diaries: Hotline Actor 1994
No Score Yet Honeymoon Academy Tina 1990
No Score Yet Think Big Pregnant Woman 1990
33% Skin Deep Dixie 1989
No Score Yet Casual Sex? Screenwriter 1988
77% The Brave Little Toaster Mish Mash/Two-Face Sewing Machine 1987

TV

CREDIT
71% Sex and the City
1998-2004
Screenwriter
  • 2002
No Score Yet Boy Meets World
1993-2000
Screenwriter
  • 1995

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