Julia Sweeney

Julia Sweeney

Highest Rated: 86% God Said, Ha! (1998)

Lowest Rated: Not Available

Birthday: Oct 10, 1959

Birthplace: Spokane, Washington, USA

Julia Anne Sweeney was born on Oct. 10, 1959 in Spokane, WA. After graduating from University of Washington, Sweeney moved to Los Angeles, CA, where she took an accounting job at the movie studios Columbia Pictures and United Artists. All the while, Sweeney practiced improv with The Groundlings and co-wrote and starred in stage productions like "Mea's Big Apology," which debuted in 1988; she worked on the play with Stephen Hibbert, whom she married one year later. In 1990, Sweeney joined the cast of "Saturday Night Live" (NBC 1975-), remaining with the show until 1994. In addition to appearing in the "Coneheads" (1993) movie, Sweeney would bring her recurring character Pat to the big screen for the feature film "It's Pat: The Movie" (1994), which was poorly received by critics and audiences. That same year, she appeared in Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction" (1994). Her final "Saturday Night Live"-inspired film was "Stuart Saves His Family" (1995), around which time she also wrote and first performed her first theatrical monologue, "God Said HA!" The performance debuted in San Francisco, CA. After this, she went on to appear in the likes of the comedy "Vegas Vacation" (1997) and the family film "Stuart Little" (1999). Much of her work in the years to follow came in the form of voice acting, such as in the adult animated series "Baby Blues" (The WB/Adult Swim 2000-02). Afterwards, she wrote and performed two more monologues: "In the Family Way," which Sweeney debuted in New York City, NY in 2003, and "Letting Go of God," which she debuted in Los Angeles, CA in 2004. In addition to guest roles on many popular sitcoms, Sweeney performed in the Pixar film "Monsters University" (2013) and then took a regular role in the sitcom "Shrill" (Hulu 2019-), which starred fellow "Saturday Night Live" veteran Aidy Bryant. During this period, she also guest-starred on an episode of "Brooklyn 9-9" (Fox/NBC 2013- ) starring later-era SNL vet Andy Samberg.

Highest rated movies

Stuart Little
Don't Come Knocking
Stuart Saves His Family
Clockstoppers
Whatever It Takes
Vegas Vacation
Beethoven's 4th
Beethoven's 3rd

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Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet 63% Party Central Ms. Squibbles (Voice) - 2014
80% 81% Monsters University Mrs. Squibbles (Voice) $268.5M 2013
No Score Yet 86% Letting Go of God Director - 2008
43% 60% Don't Come Knocking Producer 2 (Character) $438.7K 2005
29% 30% Clockstoppers Mom (Character) $37.0M 2002
0% 28% Beethoven's 4th Beth Newton (Character) - 2001
0% 24% Beethoven's 3rd Beth Newton (Character) - 2000
16% 45% Whatever It Takes Kate Woodman (Character) $8.7M 2000
67% 41% Stuart Little Mrs. Keeper (Character) $140.0M 1999
86% 73% God Said, Ha! Self,
Director,
Writer
- 1998
No Score Yet No Score Yet Courting Courtney Group Therapy Member (Character) - 1997
13% 51% Vegas Vacation Mirage Reception Person (Character) $36.4M 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Barefoot Executive Unknown (Character) - 1995
30% 52% Stuart Saves His Family Mea C. (Character) $718.5K 1995
0% 29% It's Pat Pat Riley (Character) $50.3K 1994

TV

Credit
21% 62% Call Me Kat Dr. Greene (Guest Star) 2022
100% 79% Work in Progress Julia (Character) 2019-2021
No Score Yet No Score Yet FREE SHOWTIME: Work In Progress(FREE FULL EPISODE) (TV-MA) Julia (Character) 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Work in Progress Julia (Character) 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Larry King Now Guest 2019
95% 87% Brooklyn Nine-Nine Pam (Guest Star) 2019
No Score Yet 64% Family Guy Naomi Robinson (Guest Voice) 2000 2010
39% No Score Yet The Goode Family Unknown (Guest Voice) 2009
24% No Score Yet The War at Home Unknown (Guest Star) 2007
No Score Yet No Score Yet Teamo Supremo Unknown (Voice) 2002-2005
70% 83% Sex and the City Sister Anne Marie (Guest Star) 2004
95% 94% Frasier Ann Hodges (Guest Star) 2003-2004
No Score Yet No Score Yet According to Jim Unknown (Guest Star) 2002
88% No Score Yet Maybe It's Me Mary Stage (Character) 2001-2002
No Score Yet No Score Yet Baby Blues Wanda MacPherson (Voice) 2000 2002
No Score Yet No Score Yet Suddenly Susan Unknown (Guest Star) 1999
70% No Score Yet George & Leo Unknown (Character) 1998
No Score Yet 90% 3rd Rock From the Sun Unknown (Guest Star) 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet Hope & Gloria Unknown (Guest Star) 1995
No Score Yet 44% Saturday Night Live Unknown (Character) 1990-1994
No Score Yet 87% Mad About You French Professor (Guest Star) 1994