TV Actress

Megan Mullally (TV Actress) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Megan Mullally

Became famous for her portrayal of Karen Walker on the hit sitcom Will & Grace and later appeared in the films The Kings of Summer and G.B.F.

She worked in theatre in Chicago before moving to Los Angeles, where she made her debut in Grease.

She has made memorable guest appearances on shows like Parks and Recreation, Happy Endings, and 30 Rock. She also voiced the character Grandma Linda in the 2015 animated feature Hotel Transylvania 2.

She married Nick Offerman in 2003 after previously being married to Michael A. Katcher from 1992 to 1996.

She had a recurring role on the Adult Swim show Children’s Hospital with Malin Akerman.

Megan Mullally Age

How old is Megan Mullally? She was born in 1958, she is 64 years old.

Megan Mullally Height & Weight

How tall is Megan Mullally? She stands 5 feet 4 inches (163 cm) tall.

No weight data is available right now.

Megan Mullally Wiki

Megan Mullally Wiki/Bio
Famous asTV Actress
Age64 years old
BirthdayNovember 12, 1958
BirthplaceLos Angeles, CA
Zodiac SignScorpio
Heightapprox. 5 ft 4 in (163 cm)

Quotes by Megan Mullally

I think theater is more about living and breathing, versus TV, which can vary.

— Megan Mullally

I feel like Nick and I have the best relationship and the best marriage.

— Megan Mullally

Nick is 11 and a half years younger than I am, so his mom is only, like, 11 or 12 years older than me. I didn’t call her Mrs. Offerman because that would be weird because we’re, like, the same age, so I think I went straight to Cathy, but there’s a mom element, and his parents are so great.

— Megan Mullally

I’d just like to retire quietly with dignity, secure in the knowledge that no more comedies will ever be made now that I’m gone.

— Megan Mullally

I can understand everybody associates me with Karen, but beyond that, I think after time passes and a few years go by, that sort of becomes a non-issue. That character is far – I mean really, all the characters I’ve played are pretty far away from what I’m really like.

— Megan Mullally