Megan Mullally Biography
In 1981, Megan Mullally started getting parts in television. She was signed in with the William Morris agency. Her first few jobs were appearances in Murder She Wrote, a part in The Ellen Burstyn Show, and television comedies such as Frasier, Seinfeld, Wings, Ned and Stacey, Just Shoot Me and Mad About You. Her first film was for 1983s Risky Business, with Tom Cruise, where she played a call girl. Megan Mullally was also the voice of Pebbles Flintstone for some specials as well as voice jobs for Batman: The Animated Series, King of the Hill, and Teachers Pet.
Megan Mullally had long dreamed of appearing in a musical, and made her Broadway debut playing Marty for Grease. She also starred in the stage production of How to Succeed Without Really Trying alongside Matthew Broderick. In 1988, she was cast as Karen Walker for the comedy Will and Grace, the role that made her known across television audiences in America. Her part as the high pitched pill popping Karen earned her two Emmy Awards in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. In addition, Megan Mullally also won three of the Screen Actors Guild Awards, and many other Emmy nominations.
Megan Mullally was recognized as a talent whose prowess lie in making people laugh, and was then cast in Stealing Harvard in 2002 and Rebound in 2006, both comedy films. Will and Grace ended in 2006, after which she attempted having her own talk show, called The Megan Mullally Show, but this was short lived. She and Carly Simon have a duet, called The Right Thing to Do, which is on the Will and Grace soundtrack. She also has a band based in Los Angeles, called The Supreme Music Program, of which she is the lead singer.
In 1992, Megan Mullally married Micheal Katcher, a talent agent, although they divorced in 1996. She has been married to Nick Offerman since 2003, and they are currently living in California.