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American comedian and actress

Sarah Silverman is ...

Alive
Born 1 Dec 1970 in Bedford
Age50 years, 4 months
Correction?
Sarah Silverman
Sarah Silverman
Comedian Sarah Silverman introduces singer Paul Simon during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, July 25, 2016. (A. Shaker/VOA)

About Sarah Silverman

Sarah Kate Silverman born on 1 December 1970 in Bedford. She is a citizen of United States of America. Sarah Silverman was educated at New York University and The Derryfield School.

Sarah Silverman plays guitar and voice. She is an American comedian and actress known for her work on Wreck-It Ralph.

She has two siblings Laura Silverman and Susan Silverman.

Sarah Silverman has worked as a comedian, singer, voice actor, television producer, screenwriter, film actor, television actor, guitarist and actor.

She is also known as Sarah Kate Silverman.

Films

Sarah Silverman has worked on the following films:

Battle of the Sexes
2017 British-American sports comedy-drama film directed by Valerie Faris and Jonathan Dayton
2017
Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
2016 American mockumentary comedy film
2016
Rent
2005 film by Chris Columbus
2005
Take This Waltz
2011 film by Sarah Polley
2011
There's Something About Mary
1998 romantic comedy movie
1998
The Aristocrats
2005 film by Paul Provenza, Penn Jillette
2005
Evolution
2001 American science fiction comedy film
2001
The Way of the Gun
2000 film by Christopher McQuarrie
2000
Bulworth
1998 film by Warren Beatty
1998
Heartbreakers
2001 comedy film directed by David Mirkin
2001
What Planet Are You From?
2000 film by Mike Nichols
2000
School for Scoundrels
2006 comedy film
2006
The Bachelor
1999 romantic comedy film
1999
Super High Me
2007 documentary film
2007
Say It Isn't So
2001 film by J. B. Rogers
2001
I Smile Back
2015 film
2015
Overnight Delivery
1998 film by Jason Bloom
1998
Peep World
2010 film by Barry W. Blaustein
2010
I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With
2006 American film directed by Jeff Garlin
2006
Screwed
2000 film by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski
2000
Saint John of Las Vegas
2009
Who's the Caboose?
1997 film directed by Sam Seder
1997
Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics
2020 documentary film directed by Donick Cary
2020
Michael Bolton's Big Sexy Valentine's Day Special
2017 film by Akiva Schaffer
2017
Hair High
2004 animated film
2004
Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic
2005 film by Liam Lynch
2005
I Am Comic
2010 film by Jordan Brady
2010
Dying Laughing
2016 film by Lloyd Stanton, Paul Toogood
2016
Certifiably Jonathan
2007
Equal Means Equal
2016 film by Kamala Lopez
2016

Television

Sarah Silverman has worked on the following shows:

Books

Sarah Silverman has written: