History Creator / NicoleSullivan

19th Sep '17 6:51:30 PM ngh93
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Actually, we should. Known for her live-action work on ''Series/{{MADtv}}'' as the [[DeadpanSnarker sarcastic]] Vancome Lady (Sullivan was part of the original cast of ''Series/{{MADtv}}'' when the show first started in 1995 and stayed on the show until 2001), this sarcasm has carried over to many of her animated characters, most notably Shego in ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. Can also be heard as Mira Nova in ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', the clone of JoanOfArc in ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'', Franny in ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons'', Louise in ''WesternAnimation/SlackerCats'', ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} in ''WesternAnimation/SuperBestFriendsForever'' , Marlene in ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'', and Drew in ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretSaturdays''. Somewhere in there she played [[TheCutie Holly Schumpert]] on ''Series/TheKingOfQueens'' (perhaps her most famous role) and starred in the live-action sitcom ''Series/RitaRocks''.

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Actually, we should. Known Nicole Julianne Sullivan (born April 21, 1970) is an American actress and comedienne known for her live-action work on ''Series/{{MADtv}}'' as the [[DeadpanSnarker sarcastic]] Vancome Lady (Sullivan was part of the original cast of ''Series/{{MADtv}}'' when the show first started in 1995 and stayed on the show until 2001), this sarcasm has carried over to many of her animated characters, most notably Shego in ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. Can also be heard as Mira Nova in ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', the clone of JoanOfArc in ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'', Franny in ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons'', Louise in ''WesternAnimation/SlackerCats'', ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} in ''WesternAnimation/SuperBestFriendsForever'' , Marlene in ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'', and Drew in ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretSaturdays''. Somewhere in there she played [[TheCutie Holly Schumpert]] on ''Series/TheKingOfQueens'' (perhaps her most famous role) and starred in the live-action sitcom ''Series/RitaRocks''.
27th Feb '17 12:06:15 AM gewunomox
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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the sarcastic, tastelessly made-up Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally handicapped girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Creator/PhilLaMarr and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in the ''Pulp Fiction'' parody, ''Gump Fiction''), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody, ''Buffy the Umpire Slayer''), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, the Music/SpiceGirls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''Series/ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.

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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the sarcastic, tastelessly made-up Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally handicapped girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Creator/PhilLaMarr and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in the ''Pulp Fiction'' parody, ''Gump Fiction''), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody, ''Buffy the Umpire Slayer''), JustinTimberlake Music/JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, the Music/SpiceGirls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''Series/ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.
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26th Aug '16 1:21:26 AM tsstevens
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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the sarcastic, tastelessly made-up Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Creator/PhilLaMarr and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in the ''Pulp Fiction'' parody, ''Gump Fiction''), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody, ''Buffy the Umpire Slayer''), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, the Music/SpiceGirls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''Series/ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.

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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the sarcastic, tastelessly made-up Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded handicapped girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Creator/PhilLaMarr and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in the ''Pulp Fiction'' parody, ''Gump Fiction''), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody, ''Buffy the Umpire Slayer''), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, the Music/SpiceGirls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''Series/ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.
28th Feb '15 10:25:18 AM MarkLungo
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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the sarcastic, tastelessly made-up Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Creator/PhilLaMarr and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in the ''Pulp Fiction'' parody, ''Gump Fiction''), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody, ''Buffy the Umpire Slayer''), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, Music/TheSpiceGirls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.

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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the sarcastic, tastelessly made-up Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Creator/PhilLaMarr and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in the ''Pulp Fiction'' parody, ''Gump Fiction''), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody, ''Buffy the Umpire Slayer''), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, Music/TheSpiceGirls[[/note]], the Music/SpiceGirls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''ILoveLucy'' ''Series/ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.
28th Feb '15 10:20:12 AM MarkLungo
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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the sarcastic, tastelessly made-up Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Creator/PhilLaMarr and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in the ''Pulp Fiction'' parody, ''Gump Fiction''), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody, ''Buffy the Umpire Slayer''), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, The Spice Girls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.

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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the sarcastic, tastelessly made-up Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Creator/PhilLaMarr and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in the ''Pulp Fiction'' parody, ''Gump Fiction''), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody, ''Buffy the Umpire Slayer''), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, The Spice Girls[[/note]], Music/TheSpiceGirls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.
28th Feb '15 10:19:43 AM MarkLungo
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Actually, we should. Known for her live-action work on ''Series/{{MADtv}}'' as the [[DeadpanSnarker sarcastic]] Vancome Lady (Sullivan was part of the original cast of ''Series/{{MADtv}}'' when the show first started in 1995 and stayed on the show until 2001), this sarcasm has carried over to many of her animated characters, most notably Shego in ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. Can also be heard as Mira Nova in ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', the clone of JoanOfArc in ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'', Franny in ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons'', Louise in ''WesternAnimation/SlackerCats'', {{Supergirl}} in ''SuperBestFriendsForever'' , Marlene in ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'', and Drew in ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretSaturdays''. Somewhere in there she played [[TheCutie Holly Schumpert]] on ''TheKingOfQueens'' (perhaps her most famous role) and starred in the live-action sitcom ''RitaRocks''.

On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the sarcastic, tastelessly made-up Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Phil [=LaMarr=] and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in the ''Pulp Fiction'' parody, ''Gump Fiction''), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody, ''Buffy the Umpire Slayer''), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, The Spice Girls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.

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Actually, we should. Known for her live-action work on ''Series/{{MADtv}}'' as the [[DeadpanSnarker sarcastic]] Vancome Lady (Sullivan was part of the original cast of ''Series/{{MADtv}}'' when the show first started in 1995 and stayed on the show until 2001), this sarcasm has carried over to many of her animated characters, most notably Shego in ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''. Can also be heard as Mira Nova in ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'', the clone of JoanOfArc in ''WesternAnimation/CloneHigh'', Franny in ''Disney/MeetTheRobinsons'', Louise in ''WesternAnimation/SlackerCats'', {{Supergirl}} ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} in ''SuperBestFriendsForever'' ''WesternAnimation/SuperBestFriendsForever'' , Marlene in ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'', and Drew in ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretSaturdays''. Somewhere in there she played [[TheCutie Holly Schumpert]] on ''TheKingOfQueens'' ''Series/TheKingOfQueens'' (perhaps her most famous role) and starred in the live-action sitcom ''RitaRocks''.

''Series/RitaRocks''.

On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the sarcastic, tastelessly made-up Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Phil [=LaMarr=] Creator/PhilLaMarr and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in the ''Pulp Fiction'' parody, ''Gump Fiction''), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody, ''Buffy the Umpire Slayer''), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, The Spice Girls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.
24th Dec '14 5:30:16 PM Wartzanall
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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Phil [=LaMarr=] and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in the ''Pulp Fiction'' parody, ''Gump Fiction''), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody, ''Buffy the Umpire Slayer''), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, The Spice Girls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.

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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the sarcastic, tastelessly made-up Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Phil [=LaMarr=] and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in the ''Pulp Fiction'' parody, ''Gump Fiction''), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody, ''Buffy the Umpire Slayer''), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, The Spice Girls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.
24th Dec '14 5:29:35 PM Wartzanall
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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Phil [=LaMarr=] and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in a ''Pulp Fiction'' parody), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in a ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, The Spice Girls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.

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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Phil [=LaMarr=] and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in a the ''Pulp Fiction'' parody), parody, ''Gump Fiction''), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in a the ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody), parody, ''Buffy the Umpire Slayer''), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, The Spice Girls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.
24th Apr '14 6:55:54 PM cheesequake
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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Phil [=LaMarr=] and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in a ''Pulp Fiction'' parody), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in a ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in NSYNC), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, The Spice Girls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.

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On ''Series/{{MADtv}}'', her other characters (besides the Vancome Lady) were: Amy (a reporter for ''X News'', a news show for Generation-Xers), Latina bimbo Lida (her buddy Melina, was played by Debra Wilson), Antonia (a mentally retarded girl who always frustrated others, specifically those played by Phil [=LaMarr=] and Alex Borstein), Darlene [=McBride=] (a politically-incorrect country singer), and Debbie (a member of an anti-racism sing-along group called the E-Racists). Her most popular celebrity impressions included: Britney Spears, Hillary Clinton, Uma Thurman (in a ''Pulp Fiction'' parody), Sarah Michelle Gellar (in a ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' parody), JustinTimberlake (back when he was in NSYNC), Music/{{NSYNC}}), Emma Bunton[[note]]"Baby Spice" of the 1990s British pop group, The Spice Girls[[/note]], Lucille Ball (as Lucy Ricardo in three ''ILoveLucy'' parodies), Jenna Elfman, and Melanie Griffith.
22nd Oct '13 7:59:59 PM Tuckerscreator
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