Janet Varney was born on February 16, 1976, in Arizona. While she was studying at the San Francisco State University, she met Cole Stratton and David Owen and the trio started a sketch comedy group.
They began the San Francisco Sketchfest in 2001 with participants from all over Northern California. The accomplishment of the festival drew contestants throughout the country. The festival has been running every year since then.
Janet moved to Los Angeles
and there she got a role in comedy Central in 2004. She also co-presented the shows Back to Norm, a sketch comedy show, and The Hollywood Show. Janet Varney was seen on shows like Entourage.
Janet Varney also began acting in movies like Drillbit Taylor, Still Waiti
ng and Catwoman, starring Halle Berry. She joined the popular show Dinner & a Movie in 2005 and also writes for the show. Later on, in October 2008, Janet Varney appeared in Entourage in an episode named "ReDOMption".
Janet's schedule includes the sketch comedy series Man Stroke Woman and the movie Nic & Tristan.
Why is she famous?
Janet Varney is famous as an actress, comedian and a writer who is one of the founder members of San Francisco Sketch Comedy Festival.
Here is one of her famous quotes:
"I can't think of anything that's harder than getting up on a stage, making an ass out of yourself and then not having anyone laugh at you."
- Janet Varney
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