Panelist, "The Marriage Ref"
Sarah Silverman is a writer, performer, comedian, and composer. She's the co-creator and star of the Emmy-nominated "The Sarah Silverman Program," in which she plays a character whose absurd daily life is told through an array of scripted scenes and songs; it can be seen currently on Comedy Central.
Born in 1970, Silverman grew up in New Hampshire. She found the spotlight early, and by age 12 was already acting in community theater. She began performing standup comedy while still in high school, and went on to hone her craft in Greenwich Village while attending New York University. She got her first professional break in 1993 as a writer and featured performer on NBC's "Saturday Night Live." Sarah left after a single season, but went on to find success on camera on "Mr. Show," "Greg the Bunny," "The Larry Sanders Show," "Monk," and "Crank Yankers," among others. She has also appeared in numerous films, including "School of Rock," "There's Something About Mary," and "The Aristocrats." In 2005, she wrote and performed in the critically acclaimed "Sarah Silverman: Jesus is Magic." Sarah created an internet sensation and garnered an Emmy Award in 2009 for her video "I'm F***ing Matt Damon."
Sarah has just released a memoir, "The Bedwetter: Stories of Courage, Redemption, and Pee."