Michaela Watkins Biography
Michaela Watkins is a stand-up comedian and actress who has been on shows such as Saturday Night Live, Casual, The Unicorn, and Trophy Wife. She has also appeared in The Back-up Plan, Wanderlust, Enough Said, and Sword of Trust, among other films and television shows.
How old is Michaela Watkins? – Age
She is 51 years old as of 14 December 2023. She was born in 1971 in Syracuse, New York, United States.
Michaela Watkins Family – Education
Watkins was born to Myrna Watkins, a former Latin teacher, and Mark Watkins, a mathematician at Syracuse University. Her two sisters are Rebecca Kent and Sarah Fitts.
Watkins was raised in the Syracuse suburb of DeWitt, New York, in a Jewish family. After her parents divorced and moved the family to Boston when Watkins was 15, her mother earned a marketing degree. Watkins attended Moses DeWitt Elementary School and Wellesley High School in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Boston University awarded her a bachelor’s degree in theater and acting.
Michaela Watkins Wife
Watkins is married to Fred Kramer, a founder member of Reason Ventures and the General Manager of Critical Mass Studios, Inc.
Michaela Watkins Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Michaela Watkins The Unicorn
She portrays Delia, Wade’s pediatrician friend who is married to Forrest in the CBS comedy series The Unicorn. Friends push a newly widowed man with two daughters to re-enter the dating scene. To his surprise, he finds himself in high demand due to his standing as both an eligible widower and a dedicated father. Raleigh, North Carolina is the setting for the show.
Michaela Watkins Search Party
She appeared as Polly Danzinger, a prosecutor in Drew’s and Dory’s murder trial, season 3 of the American dark comedy television series Search Party. The Brooklyn-based comedy Search Party follows the lives of Dory Sief, her lover Drew Gardner, show-off Elliott Goss, and actress Portia Davenport. Dory’s pursuit of Chantal Witherbottom, Keith Powell’s death, Dory’s trial for murdering Keith, Dory’s kidnapping by Chip Wreck, and her transformation into a cult leader are all depicted in the series. The show delves into themes such as friendship, identity, and the difficulties that the characters endure, as well as the complexities of their relationships and personal lives.
Michaela Watkins Casual
She appeared as Valerie, a successful therapist divorcing her husband after finding him with a younger woman in the American television comedy-drama series Casual. Valerie and Alex embark on dates based on Alex’s dating service, including a crazy one-night encounter with Leon. Laura gets into difficulty at a party and decides to leave, but she suffers financial consequences. Laura fantasizes about her photography teacher Michael, while Alex gets a dog. Valerie violates Alex’s restrictions, and her sex tape becomes popular. Laura discovers Valerie is seeing Michael, and Alex and Emmy enjoy a foursome. They go to Michael’s gallery, their parents’ wedding preparation dinner, and Thanksgiving dinner. Laura intends to relocate to Mexico.
Michaela Watkins Trophy Wife
She appeared as Jackie Fisher, Pete’s second wife in the American television sitcom Trophy Wife. Kate, a young, stunning blonde party girl, marries a middle-aged lawyer named Pete in the series. The marriage includes Pete’s two ex-wives: Diane, a stern, perfectionist doctor, and Jackie, a flaky, flamboyant, new age woman. Pete also has three children from previous relationships: the overachieving, nice girl Hillary, the slacker Warren, and the rowdy Bert. The series delves at Kate and Pete’s marriage and generation gap, as well as the modern family dynamics between them, their ex-wives, and their respective children.
Michaela Watkins Movies
♦ 2014 – They Came Together
♦ 2016 – Donald Trump’s The Art of the Deal: The Movie
♦ 2017 – Person to Person
♦ 2018 – Dude
♦ 2019 – Brittany Runs a Marathon
♦ 2020 – The Way Back
♦ 2021 – Werewolves Within
♦ 2023 – You Hurt My Feelings
Michaela Watkins TV Shows
♦ 2015–18 – Casual
♦ 2016 – Pickle and Peanut
♦ 2016–17 – Angie Tribeca
♦ 2016–21 – American Dad!
♦ 2017 – Speechless
♦ 2017–20 – Big Mouth
♦ 2019 – Wayne
♦ 2019–21 – The Unicorn
♦ 2020 – Search Party
♦ 2021 – Close Enough
♦ 2022 – The Dropout
♦ 2023 – History of the World, Part II