Sarah Silverman Birthday (December 1st)

Sarah Silverman Birthday (December 1st)

Sarah Kate Silverman an American actress, singer, comedian, guitarist and comedian was born on 1st December, 1970 in Bedford, New Hampshire. Sarah Silverman is sometimes acclaimed through her nickname, Big S. and her ironic comedy addresses the social controversial and taboos issues such as religion, sexism, and racism.

Sarah Silverman frequently presents her act as a cartoon of Jewish-American princess, sardonic stereotypes and bigotry of religious denominations and ethnic groups, through approving them in a satirical fashion. Sarah Silverman was first noted as an occasional performer and writer on Saturday Night Live. Now Sarah Silverman produces The Sarah Silverman Program, which debuted 1st February, 2007, on the Comedy Central.

Biography of Sarah Silverman

Sarah Silverman Early life

Sarah Silverman is the daughter of Beth Ann Halpin, a photographer and Donald Silverman, a societal worker. Sarah Silverman family is Jewish. Sarah Silverman emerged in the Public Theater at the age of 12. Sarah Silverman joined The Derry field School in Manchester, New Hampshire. And at the age of 17, Sarah Silverman presented slapstick comedian in an eatery, singing the song Sarah Silverman called "Mammaries". Then Sarah Silverman attended the New YorkUniversity and carried on her wit in Greenwich Village.

Sarah Silverman Career Graph

Sarah Silverman first obtained the national awareness in 1993-94 season of Saturday Night Live, as a featured player and writer. Bob Odenkirk, an earlier SNL novelist explained:

“I could see how it wouldn't work at SNL because she's got her own voice, she's very much Sarah Silverman all the time. She can play a character but she doesn't disappear into the character -- she makes the character her”.

Sarah Silverman alleges that she was deeply disturbed when SNL fired up her via fax. Sarah Silverman parodied the condition when Sarah Silverman emerged on The Larry Sanders Show episode "The New Writer" (1996), playing Sanders' new staff critic, whose wits are not used because of the bias and chauvinism of a male chief humor writer, who supports the funny stories of his male co-writers. Sarah Silverman had the chronic role on the Larry Sanders for its very last 2 seasons.

Sarah Silverman was the featured presenter on the HBO sketch comedy show Mr. Show (1995-97). Sarah Silverman formed television program the Guest appearances on Seinfeld, in an episode "The Money" (1997); on Star Trek: Voyager, in two-part time voyage episode "Future's End" (1996); on the Greg the Bunny as a series usual (2002); and on the puppet TV comedy Crank Yonkers, as the tone of Hadassah Guberman (2003, 2007). Sarah Silverman had small roles in the movies Overnight Delivery, Heartbreakers, Screwed, Evolution, Say It Isn't So, The Way of the Gun, School of Rock, Rent, School for Scoundrels, and There's Something About Mary, playing a combination of serious and comic roles. And her stand-up comedy act, one-woman show, was unconfined in 2005 as a feature film, Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic. In the year of 2005, Sarah Silverman played a therapist in the skit for the bonus DVD of an album Lullabies to Paralyze through the band Queens of the Stone Age.

In 2006, Sarah Silverman placed #50 on Maxim Hot 100 List. And in the year of 2007, Sarah Silverman placed #29 and also emerged on the wrap. Sarah made the wrap of The Observer in Britain, with an object naming her "the world's hottest, most controversial comedian".

On 9th September, 2007, Sarah Silverman emerged at MTV Video Music Awards. After the comeback performance of Britney Spe4ars, Sarah Silverman ridiculed her on the stage, stating, "Wow, she is amazing. I mean, she is 25 years old, and she has already accomplished everything she's going to accomplish in her life. It's mind-blowing." Sarah Silverman called Spears' kids "the most adorable mistakes you will ever see" and emulated Spear’s vagina with her mouth.

On 31st January, 2008, Sarah Silverman emerged as the guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! a special video of her boyfriend, Jimmy Kimmel. And this video rotated to be the song called "I'm Fucking Matt Damon", in which Damon and Sarah sang a duo about having a matter behind Kimmel's back. And the video produced an "instant Youtube commotion". Kimmel précised his video "revenge" on 24th February, 2008 through airing the video cast at Sarah Silverman which enlisted the panoply of stars to record Kimmel’s song "I'm Fucking Ben Affleck" on 13th September, 2008, Sarah Silverman achieved an Emmy award for writing the song "I'm Fucking Matt Damon".

In October 2008, Sarah Silverman visited the Great Britain to advertise the discharge of The Sarah Silverman Program on the Paramount Comedy; however her stage performance and media botched to impress viewers.

Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic

Sarah Silverman’s concert movie, Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic, which is based on an one-woman show. It was unconfined in the year of 2005. Liam Lynch produced the film, issued through Roadside Attractions.

Rotten Tomatoes gave Jesus Is Magic a "fresh" rating of 64 % with 54 affirmative reviews and 30 negative ones. It produced US$124,475 on its first weekend, showing on the seven screens. And the box office presentation directed to a prolonged discharge in 57 theaters, ensuing in the box office take of additional than US$1.3 million.

And this film was unconfined on 6th June, 2006.

Sarah Silverman Personal life

In February 2007 magazine article stated that Sarah Silverman was in the relationship with Jimmy Kimmel. Sarah Silverman referred to the connection in several of her farce:

“I'm Jewish, but I wear this Saint Christopher medal sometimes; my boyfriend is Catholic -- but you know... it was cute the way he gave it to me. He said if it doesn't burn a hole through my skin it will protect me.”

And in July 2008, Vanity Fair earliest gave a statement that Kimmel and Sarah Silverman had finished their relationship. But in October, 2008, People Magazine and FOX News reported that they were on the way together. And they attended the marriage of Howard Stern together.

Sarah Silverman is an admirer of Jenny Lewis and emerged in the music video of Lewis for a song “Rise Up With Fists!!” Sarah Silverman is an admirer of comedian Steve Martin.

Filmography of Sarah Silverman


  • Who's the Caboose? ( 1997)
  • Bulworth ( 1998)
  • Overnight Delivery ( 1998)
  • There's Something About Mary ( 1998)
  • The Bachelor ( 1999)
  • Screwed ( 2000)
  • What Planet Are You From? ( 2000)
  • The Way of the Gun ( 2000)
  • Say It Isn't So ( 2001)
  • Black Days ( 2001)
  • Evolution ( 2001)
  • Heartbreakers ( 2001)
  • Run Ronnie Run ( 2002)
  • School of Rock ( 2003)
  • Hair High ( 2004) (voice)
  • Rent ( 2005)
  • The Aristocrats ( 2005) (documentary)
  • ( 2005)
  • School for Scoundrels ( 2006)
  • I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With ( 2006)
  • Certifiably Jonathan ( 2007) (documentary)
  • '' ( 2007)
  • Fired! ( 2007) (documentary)
  • Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget (2008) (television program)
  • Super High Me ( 2008) (documentary, cameo)

Short Subjects:

  • Strippers Pole ( 2002)
  • Supermarket ( 2004)
  • Nobody's Perfect ( 2004)
  • Give The Jew Girl Toys (satirical music video)

Television work of Sarah Silverman

  • Saturday Night Live (cast member, 1993–1994)
  • Mr. Show (featured performer, 1995)
  • The Larry Sanders Show (1994—1996)
  • Star Trek Voyager (" Future's End", two episode arc, 1996)
  • Seinfeld (" The Money", 1997)
  • Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist (voice as herself, "Alderman", 1998)
  • Late Last Night (1999)
  • Smog (unsold pilot, 1999)
  • Super Nerds (unsold pilot, 2000)
  • Futurama (" The Cryonic Woman", 2000)
  • Rocky Times (unsold pilot, 2000)
  • Greg the Bunny (2002–2004)
  • Crank Yonkers (voice, 2002— )
  • Frasier (Jane, "Maris Returns", 2003)
  • Entourage (herself, 2004)
  • Pilot Season (miniseries, 2004)
  • Aqua Teen Hunger Force (" Rob sitter", 2004, credited as Big S)
  • Drawn Together (" The Other Cousin", episode 1.5, 2004)
  • Monk (Mr. Monk and The T.V Star, 2004)
  • American Dad! (" Stan Knows Best", 2005, voice)
  • Tom Goes to the Mayor ("Pipe Camp", episode 11, 2005)
  • Celebrity Poker Showdown (two times, 2003— )
  • ''Comic Relief (stand-up segment 2006)
  • The Andy Melonakos Show (herself, 2007)
  • Monk (Mr. Monk's Biggest Fan, 2007)
  • The Sarah Silverman Program (2007— )
  • 8 out of 10 cats ("Herself", 2008)
  • Monk ("Mr. Monk's 100TH Case", 2008)
  • WWE Monday Night RAW ("Herself", 2008)
  • Friday Night with Jonathan Ross ("Herself", 2008)