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Jenny Slate : Reveals she married fiancé Ben Shattuck in her living room on New Year’s Eve… after canceling three weddings due to COVID-19 Wiki, Bio, Age, Facts

Jenny Slate

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Who is Jenny Slate ?

Jennifer Sarah Slate is an American actress, comedian, and author. Born and raised in Milton, Massachusetts, Slate was educated at Milton Academy and studied literature at Columbia University, where she became involved in the improv and comedy scene. She teamed with Gabe Liedman. Wikipedia


March 25, 1982 (age 39 years), Milton, Massachusetts, United States


1.63 m


Dean Fleischer-Camp (m. 2012–2016)


Abigail Slate, Stacey Slate


Nancy Slate, Ron Slate

Jenny Slate revealed that she married her fiancé Ben Shattuck in their living room on New Year Eve.

The 39-year-old actress appeared on the cover of Marie Claire’s first The Creators Issue and told the magazine that the couple tied the knot after having to cancel three planned weddings due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We were planning a [wedding] that ended up being almost 200 people, and now, it’s just our parents and siblings,” Jenny said.

She is a small person, small even with the heeled boots she wears. She speaks in metaphors and paragraphs, with sentences that burrow into your brain.

The Duck Story is the kind of story — unexpectedly funny, oddly sweet, somehow touching, a little weird — that perfectly sums up Slate’s comedic sensibilities. A sensibility that has made her a household name and television mainstay during a decade of work on Saturday Night Live,

Bob’s Burgers and Parks and Recreation. (Slate says her brief but memorable guest appearance on the NBC sitcom as Mona-Lisa Saperstein is the role she continues to be recognized

for most often. It’s certainly her most meme-ed: You can’t spend a day in Al Gore’s internet without seeing a gif of Mona-Lisa, hand outstretched, saying, “Money please!” or a remixed image of his most famous quote, “I’ve never done anything wrong in my life”).

Alongside her success on mainstream television, the 39-year-old remains a favorite in independent film. In 2014, she starred in Gillian Robespierre’s bittersweet abortion comedy Obvious Child.

She then had her lengthy and acclaimed Netflix stand-up special, Stage Fright, in 2019 (The A.V. Club gave it a rare A rating), and a book of essays , Little Weirds,

that same year. “After I wrote my book, I think I thought: You can never convince me that I’m not my own strange llama,” she says, “I am. …I just am. I like who I am. I think I get it. I enjoy who I am.”

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