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  Welcome to Melissa McCarthy Source, you oldest resource for actress Melissa McCarthy. Most recently known for her breakout, Oscar nominated role in "Bridesmaids", she's been seen on the big screen in Tammy, The Heat and in summer of 2015 in Spy Movie. On the small screen, she is also known for her roles on Gilmore Girls, Samantha Who and currently stars on the CBS show, Mike & Molly.

Colleen   Feb 7, 2018
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Here’s hoping President Donald Trump tweets about Melissa McCarthy being a no-show at tonight’s Creative Arts Emmy Awards, when she won her second Emmy for her fifth time hosting Saturday Night Live, in which she wowed America and knotted Trump’s knickers with her Unhinged Spicey portrayal of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.

McCarthy’s Spicer parody so rattled the White House, it began to pull Spicer from his role as question-taker at press briefings with Sarah Huckabee Sanders often filling in. Then, the White House went even further and began to not televise its briefings, lest SNL cast someone in the Sanders role.

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Colleen   Sep 12, 2017
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Melissa McCarthy’s Mother’s Day Monologue – SNL
Game Show – SNL
First Birthday – SNL
Film Panel – SNL
5-Timers Goodnights & Credits – SNL

Colleen   May 15, 2017
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Colleen   May 15, 2017
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If you’ve ever wanted a movie that married the reality-blending dark comedy of Who Killed Roger Rabbit with a classic Jim Henson muppet production, you’re in luck. Puppet noir The Happytime Murders is in the works (again) with an incredibly capable comedy actress.

Melissa McCarthy will star in The Happytime Murders, a noir puppet comedy directed by Brian Henson about a world in which humans and puppets warily co-exist. McCarthy will play a human detective who is forced to work with an alcoholic, disgraced puppet detective to figure out who is brutally murdering the former puppet cast members of The Happytime Gang, a beloved children’s show.

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Colleen   May 4, 2017
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Melissa McCarthy’s filmography includes roles such as a ghost-catcher, spy, and cop, so it comes as no surprise that the Oscar-nominated actress will be honored with the Powerhouse award by the Artemis Women in Action Film Festival. Variety broke the news.
“Ghostbusters,” “Spy,” “The Heat,” “Identity Thief,” and “Tammy” are among the action-packed films McCarthy has starred in.
“Melissa has epitomized female action heroes in countless films,” the festival commented. “She has always embraced characters who are physically empowered — even when they make us laugh.”
“Our film festival seeks to redefine the image of women, not just on screen, but in culture as well,” emphasized Melanie Wise, the festival’s founder. “Our official hashtag is #womenkickass, and we try to convey that sensibility in everything that we do.”
McCarthy will be presented with the honor on the fest’s opening night, April 20. Other women set to be honored at the third edition of the fest include McCarthy’s stuntwoman Luci Romberg, actress Nichelle Nichols (“Star Trek”), and former MMA star and actress Gina Carano (“Deadpool”).

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Colleen   Apr 14, 2017
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Before Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone became household names, the married couple were aspiring actors enjoying the very simple things in life.

Speaking with PEOPLE recently, McCarthy and Falcone joined Nobodies cast mates Rachel Ramras and Hugh Davidson in reflecting on a memorable moment from their early days in entertainment.

“I remember Ben’s terrible apartment, helping him move into it, these are people you’ve known,” Ramras shared about Falcone’s apartment.

“In my defense, she was not a tremendous amount of help. But her help was sort of like, ‘Eww, I don’t like it here’ and she left,” Falcone, 43, chimed in.

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Colleen   Apr 10, 2017
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Colleen   Mar 26, 2017
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“It was his idea,” she says. “He called me when he knew I was in New York, so he gets all the credit for that. At first I thought, ‘What are you talking about?’ And he’s like, ‘I just think we have to have an outlet for how so many people are feeling.’ ”

Falcone wasn’t in New York yet, so he watched from Los Angeles. “I just felt like it was really funny and I was happy to be laughing about it,” he says. “And then people started telling me, ‘Wow this is really blowing up,’ or whatever the things that people say about the Internet.”

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Colleen   Mar 23, 2017
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Colleen   Mar 15, 2017
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