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Played Sookie St. James for seven seasons (alongside Lauren Graham).
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Starred in 127 episodes opposite Billy Gardell.
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Starred as Megan in what became her breakout film role and was nominated for a best supporting actress Oscar.
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Played police Detective Shannon Mullins, sidekick to Sandra Bullock’s character.
Cowrote (with husband Ben Falcone), produced and starred as the title character in this road trip movie costarring Susan Sarandon.
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Showed her serious side, as single mom Maggie Bronstein (pictured with Jaeden Lieberher and Naomi Watts).
Went undercover as CIA analyst Susan Cooper and showed off her comic physicality.
Played CEO turned jailbird Michelle Darnell; cowrote and coproduced with her husband, Ben Falcone.
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Costarred as researcher Abigail Yates. From left: Leslie Jones, McCarthy, Kristen Wiig and Kate McKinnon.
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Stars as housewife turned coed Deanna Miles; cowrote and coproduced with her husband. (Premieres May 11.)
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Melissa McCarthy sits down with us for an extended interview to discuss her childhood, acting career, and plans for the future. All with her mother! You don't want to miss this delightful conversation.
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