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Andrea Martin

Andrea Martin

1947 - Present. Born in Portland, Maine, Andrea Martin first appeared in children's theatre. She starred for seven years in the comedy troupe's popular television series, "SCTV," along with series regulars Catherine O'Hara, John Candy, Eugene Levy and Rick Moranis. During those years, Martin won two Emmy Awards for writing the weekly show and was nominated for Best Actress. In 1991, Martin won a Tony Award for her role on Broadway in "My Favorite Year." Some of her film credits include the 1998 Blockbuster movie "Wag the Dog," "Club Paradise," "Innerspace," "Wholly Moses," "Silent Night, Holy Night," "Soup For One" and "Cannibal Girls." For more information visit: http://www.hollywood.com/celebrity/186940/Andrea_Martin_Credits#divHighlights