Andrea Martin is a multitalented award-winning actress, whose work transcends all mediums. For her showstopping performance as Berthe in the 2013 Broadway revival of Pippin, Martin won the Tony®, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, and Eliot Norton awards for Best Featured Actress in a Musical. She quickly followed this by receiving the Outer Critics Outstanding Featured Actress Award for her work in James Lapine’s Broadway adaptation of Moss Hart’s Act One, where she played multiple roles portraying three very influential women in Moss Hart’s life. Ms. Martin received two Emmy® Awards for writing and an Emmy® nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Variety Series for her work on the legendary sketch comedy show SCTV. Martin also received a special Emmy® for her contributions on Sesame Street. Her further television work includes: Nurse Jackie; 30 Rock; and her own special for SHOWTIME®, Andrea Martin, Together Again. She recently starred in the NBC/Shaw series Working the Engels, for which she was nominated for an ACTRA Award and a CSA.
Julie’s mother Marilyn is a therapist and a narcissist. She has a fantastic life, practice, and no real problems…except for the fact that Julie has selfishly not yet given her grandchildren. She doesn’t really understand the “little comedy things” Julie does downtown, and she’s not the best listener.