Jeannie Gaffigan is a Film, Television actor and performer of Sketch Comedy

Actor

Jeannie Gaffigan - Stand Up Comedian, Writer and Executive Producer of Jim Gaffigans Comedy Shows

Jeannie has appeared in roles in everything from classical theater to sketch comedy to film and television.

Theater

Jeannie interned at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater and has had leading roles in Regional Shaw and Shakespeare festivals, including Patricia Smith in The Milwaukee Chamber Theater’s “The Millionairess” and Juliet in Inertia Ensemble’s “Romeo and Juliet”.

Jeannie was also a member of Assembly Productions, a theater company dedicated to developing and producing original plays for the New York Stage. Among her leading roles, Jeannie originated the role of “Chopper” in Steven Gaydos’ “Not in Front of the Baby”.

Sketch Comedy

Jeannie was a founding cast member of King Baby the 4-person sketch comedy group starring Tony Hale, Todd Wilkerson, and Susan Isaacs. King Baby performed in theaters and venues all over Manhattan and had an enthusiastic and loyal fan base.

Film

Jeannie has taken on a variety of leading roles in Independent feature films such as Be My Oswald, winner of Best Feature Film in the Swansea Film Festival in Wales, UK, Best Venue Film at the International Film Festival in Toronto, Canada, Best Drama at the Queens International Film Festival and Founder’s Choice at the New York International Film Festival.

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Television

Among her television appearances, Jeannie played the reoccurring role of “Meredith” on the TBS sitcom, My Boys, from 2006 to 2009.