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Jennifer Coolidge wtf podcast Jennifer Coolidge Interview Jennifer Coolidge marc maron 2017 EPISODE 790 MARCH 2, 2017 JENNIFER COOLIDGE Whether you see her in Christopher Guest's movies or on 2 Broke Girls or as Stifler's mom, Jennifer Coolidge is always a unique comic presence. She tells Marc how she put her wild New York City cocaine days behind her to come to LA and join the Groundlings, where she established her comedic chops. Jennifer also talks about her blown chance to get on Saturday Night Live and what she learned from that missed opportunity.
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