Comedian Nancy Walls began honing her professional skills in college, cutting her teeth with the improve comedy troupe My Mother's Fleabag at Boston College. After graduating, she joined another improve troupe, the legendary Second City. This soon led to Walls joining the 1995-1996 cast of Saturday Night Live, later moving over to Comedy Central's The Daily Show, where she appeared as a correspondent from 1999 to 2002. She would also appear in movies like 2004's The 40-Year-Old Virgin and take on a recurring role on the hit sitcom The Office, before joining the voice-cast of the cult hit The Goode Family in 2009, a satirical animated series about a family obsessed with doing the right thing. Walls met fellow comedian Steve Carell at a Second City workshop that Carell was teaching. They married in 1995.