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Passable in Pink

Length: 5 hrs and 38 mins
Categories: Comedy, Satire
5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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About the Performer

Gillian Jacobs is an actor, producer and director. She recently starred in the Netflix original series, Love, produced by Judd Apatow. Previously, she starred in the critically acclaimed comedy Community, as well as a buzzy turn opposite Adam Driver on HBO's Girls. On the film side, Jacobs stars in the upcoming Fear Street trilogy for 20th Century Fox, the independent film I Used To Go Here for Dir Kris Swanberg and will be seen in Amblin's Larry. Her other recent films include the Netflix film Ibiza, Warner Bros. Life Of The Party, opposite Melissa McCarthy, and Mike Birbiglia's Don’t Think Twice. As a director, Jacobs helmed the narrative short film, Curated, for Refinery29's groundbreaking Shatterbox Series with TNT. She previously made her directorial debut with The Queen of Code, a documentary short film about the computer scientist and high-ranking naval officer Grace Hopper.

About the Performer

Adam Scott is an award-winning actor, director and producer. Known for his role as ‘Ben Wyatt’ in the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation, he also starred as Derek in the film Step Brothers and Henry Pollard in the acclaimed Starz sitcom, Party Down. Adam was most recently seen in the second season of the award-winning HBO series, Big Little Lies, which was nominated for a 2017 TCA Award for "Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries and Specials." He also received a Teen Choice Award for "Choice TV Villain" for his role on NBC’s The Good Place. Additionally, Adam will be hosting ABC’s gameshow Don’t, which is executively produced by Ryan Reynolds. Recently, he starred opposite Craig Robinson in the 20th Century Fox TV paranormal-comedy series, Ghosted, that his Gettin’ Rad Productions produced. He both stars in and executively produced Fun Mom Dinner, also through Gettin’ Rad, which was purchased by Netflix after premiering at Sundance Film Festival. In 2017, he was nominated for the "Best First Feature" Independent Spirit Award and won a GLAAD Media Award for "Outstanding Film–Limited Release" as a producer on Other People, and he was also nominated for "Best Actor" for The Vicious Kind in 2009. Adam starred in and produced, The Overnight, which premiered at Sundance in 2015 and was the first feature film produced by Gettin’ Rad Productions. The Greatest Event in Television History was Gettin’ Rad Productions’ first project in 2012 and was created, directed, produced, written and starred in by Adam.

About the Performer

Bobby Moynihan was a cast member on Saturday Night Live for nine seasons where he originated beloved characters such as Drunk Uncle and co-wrote the popular David S. Pumpkins sketch starring Tom Hanks—which spawned an annual Halloween animated special. Moynihan's other television credits include Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Documentary Now!, Drunk History, The Simpsons, Girls, Portlandia, and Me, Myself & I. Moynihan's voiceover credits range from Panda on the Cartoon Network animated series We Bare Bears, to Louie on DuckTales, and Orka on Stars Wars Resistance, both for Disney XD. On film Moynihan's credits include The Secret Life of Pets and its just-released sequel, Sisters, Pixar's Inside Out, and Monsters University.

About the Performer

In 2015, Bob Odenkirk reprised his character on Breaking Bad, playing the title role and producing AMC's Better Call Saul, earning three Critics' Choice TV Awards, four Emmy, three Golden Globe and three SAG Award nominations. Odenkirk has garnered two Emmy Awards for his writing Saturday Night Live and The Ben Stiller Show. He co-created and starred in Mr. Show with Bob and David. As an actor, he has brought to life Stevie Grant in The Larry Sanders Show, Gil Bang in Curb Your Enthusiasm, Ross Grant in Nebraska and Bill Oswalt on FX’s Fargo. He was an executive producer of Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim's Adult Swim series Tom Goes to the Mayor and teamed up with The Birthday Boys to executive produce their sketch show on IFC. He also starred and executive produced the sketch show With Bob and David. Recent credits include Girlfriend’s Day for Netflix; No Activity; Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-nominated The Post; Incredibles 2; and Seth Rogen’s Long Shot. Bob will produce and star in the Universal action thriller Nobody, also produced by David Leitch. He is developing the FX miniseries Night of the Gun and will be seen in Greta Gerwig's Little Women. Odenkirk co-wrote, along with David Cross and Brian Posehn, New York Times best seller Hollywood Said No!, a collection of their unproduced screenplays. In 2014, McSweeny’s published a book of Odenkirk's comedy writing titled, A Load of Hooey.

About the Performer

Emily Woo Zeller is an acclaimed narrator, having received Audie, Earphones, and SOVAS awards, as well as the distinction of being named one of Audiofile's "Best Voices" in 2013, 2015, and 2018. She is a dancer, singer, and stage actor, with years of character and commercial voiceover work. Emily won a Tristan award for her work as Sally Bowles in Cabaret, and a Roselyn E. Schneider Prize for Creative Achievement from UC Berkeley. Just a few of her notable audiobook titles include The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo, Fire Road by Kim Phuc Phan Thi, The Poppy War by R. F. Kuang, and Gulp by Mary Roach.

About the Performer

Laraine Newman is a founding member of The Groundlings and an original cast member of Saturday Night Live. She is on the board of San Francisco Sketchfest, an alternative comedy festival that will celebrate its 20th year in 2020. She currently works as an animation voice actor and has worked with directors ranging from Woody Allen to Guillermo Del Toro. She can also be seen in the HBO series Los Espookys. She has written for Esquire, The Jewish Journal, The Believer, and McSweeny’s.

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