History Creator / NicoleSullivan

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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20th Oct '13 8:55:46 PM allboyband
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'Ms. Fanservice': Her voice acting roles usually counts as this.

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18th Aug '13 4:27:55 PM nombretomado
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[[MadTv "Cha, ya know what? Nuh uh! Yeah, no."]]

Actually, we should. Known for her live-action work on ''MadTV'' as the [[DeadpanSnarker sarcastic]] Vancome Lady (Sullivan was part of the original cast of ''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 ''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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[[MadTv [[Series/{{MADtv}} "Cha, ya know what? Nuh uh! Yeah, no."]]

Actually, we should. Known for her live-action work on ''MadTV'' ''Series/{{MADtv}}'' as the [[DeadpanSnarker sarcastic]] Vancome Lady (Sullivan was part of the original cast of ''MADtv'' ''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 ''MADtv'', ''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.

13th Aug '13 7:45:11 AM carpediem
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