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Amy Poehler Net Worth: Amy Poehler is an American actress, comedian, voice artist, producer, and writer who has a net worth of $25 million. She is probably best known for starring in the NBC comedy “Parks and Recreation”. She has also appeared in a number of films. She first became famous thanks to “Saturday Night Live”.
Early Life: Amy Meredith Poehler was born in Newton, Massachusetts on September 16, 1971. Her parents, Eileen and William Poehler were both school teachers. She has one younger brother, Greg, who is a producer and actor. Amy grew up in the Boston suburb of Burlington, Massachusetts. Amy caught the acting bug when she played Dorothy in”The Wizard of Oz” at her middle school when she was 10. She was active in the drama department in high school as well as a member of the Student Council, and an athlete on the soccer and softball teams. She graduated from high school in 1989 and enrolled at nearby Boston College. Amy was part of an improv comedy troupe in college. She graduated from Boston College in 1993.
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Inspirational Quotes by Amy Poehler
In a recent Valentine's Day posting on her fan website, Britney Spears says that - oh, who cares?Amy Poehler
Right now I'm singing along to books on tape. I typically pop in something like Stephen King's 'The Stand,' and I love singing along to that kind of stuff.Amy Poehler
Both conservatives and liberals watch 'Parks and Recreation,' and they each think the show is for them, which is really cool. 'SNL' was totally different. It was exciting because everyone was paying attention. Political humor works when people know what you're talking about.Amy Poehler
Improvisation is almost like the retarded cousin in the comedy world. We've been trying forever to get improvisation on TV. It's just like stand-up. It's best when it's just left alone. It doesn't translate always on TV. It's best live.Amy Poehler
I think the days of putting your feet up when you're pregnant are long gone. Women who are nine months pregnant now have to work till the bitter end - they don't get to be on TV.Amy Poehler