The 10 Funniest Women in Hollywood
Among them Tina Fey's 30 Rock and Kristen Wiig of Bridesmaid - who created their own roles when they could not find funny parts for women and favorite of romantic comedies, such as Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Emma Stone.
Tina Fey is probably the comic actress best known for American television in these times. Currently, stars the comic series from its inception, 30 Rock, which is loosely based on his own experience as head of screenwriters for the satirical sketches program Saturday Night Live.
The consecrated comedian Jane Lynch is best known to television viewers as Sue Sylvester in Glee cheerleading coach but also interpreted defeating roles in Two and a Half Men, The L World and on the big screen, in The 40 Year Old Virgin and Role Models.
Perhaps she is the golden girl of the moment but Emma Stone is not afraid of being ridiculous. It is possible that you remember her as the rare The Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, illuminating the Afro red-haired one, or as Olive in Easy A.
Ellen DeGeneres began as a comedian of stand-up and actress but since 2003 she is leading one of the most famous talk shows in the world, The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Mila Kunis is a beauty and a born comedian. She started in television in That' 70s show before coming to the cinema in films like Friends with Benefits. Mila also makes the voice Meg Griffin on Family Guy.
If you are married to Sacha Baron Cohen, you must have a great sense of humor. Isla showed his funny side in the films revealing that she got the role because the director was impressed when she told him that she went to the University of Clowns.
From the first episode of Friends until her many comic roles in the film, Jennifer Aniston is phenomenal as a comedian, and her sense of humor for the comedy hit the right on the nail.
With a line reaches to evoke the hilarity of Alyson Hannigan in “that time at band camp..." of American Pie and in Date Movie to the small screen in How I Met Your Mother.
Is true that has taken the Oscar but she is now the new queen of the romantic comedies. From her paper in Miss Cordiality till when she sang "Get Low" in The Proposal, Sandra has been making us laugh for years.
Katherine Heigl rose to fame in Grey's Anatomy but since then she didn’t stop making romantic comedies. With its constant auto devaluation, it is easy to laugh with Katherine in films like Knocked Up and 27 dresses.