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She has starred in several comedy specials for cable TV and has released several comedy albums.
In 20, Griffin won Primetime Emmy Awards for her reality show Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List.
Her first appearance on television was as an extra on a Chicago White Sox commercial, and she was signed with several Chicago talent agencies.
At 18, Griffin persuaded her parents to move to Los Angeles to help her become famous. True Hollywood Story segment, she stated that she often went to see the Groundlings perform before she joined.
She appeared in fellow comic Bobcat Goldthwait's film Shakes the Clown and as the enthusiastic leader of a fanatical car club in the Ellen episode "Oh, Sweet Rapture", airing in January 1996.
She said that, at one show, she went backstage and talked with Groundling member Phil Hartman and asked him what the group was all about.
This led to her taking classes there and eventually being asked into the Groundling's main company.
Watch this video and admit it, that which started out as a spoof is probably about two weeks away from actually happening.
I’m leaning toward a world tour from July to October.
Griffin gradually amassed a number of TV and film credits throughout the 1990s.