Amy Poehler is a comedian/actress who is most famous from her role on Saturday Night Live. She also starred in hit movies, Baby Mama and Mean Girls. Poehler is not returning to SNL for the 08-09 season, but instead is working on a lead role in a new NBC series which will be airing early 2009
Balancing a relationship and a career is tricky business and it seems Amy Poehler and Nick Kroll just couldn't make it work, as the comedic couple has gone their separate ways after two years of dating.
According to an insider close to the "Parks and Recreation" actress and "The League" funnyman, “They really tried, but it just wasn’t realistic anymore. They were spending more time apart than together.”
They had such great chemistry in “Baby Mama” and now Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are teaming up again for “Sisters.”
The “Parks and Recreation” star and the “30 Rock” babe worked with director Jason Moore and costars Maya Rudolph, Ike Barinholtz, John Leguizamo, Dianne Wiest and James Brolin and the official trailer debuted on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” last night (July 14).
While award season is an exciting time in Hollywood, this year's annual pre-Oscar event, unite4:humanity, was more somber for some, including Amy Poehler.
Just hours after learning of "Parks and Recreation" executive producer Harris Wittels' untimely death, the actress attended the event, which is meant to celebrate the entertainment industry's commitment to philanthropy. She was being honored for her work with "Worldwide Orphans," but was having a hard time smiling for the cameras.
The “30 Rock” babe and the “Parks and Recreation” star returned for their third round of hosting the gig, and they made reference to the Sony hacking scandal as well as North Korea’s threats regarding “The Interview.”