Comedian Heather McDonald with Special Guest Whitney Cummings, from Chelsea Lately, at Cobb's
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The last date listed for Heather McDonald (Chelsea Lately) with Special Guest Whitney Cummings (Chelsea Lately) was Sunday September 20, 2009 / 7:00pm.
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I saw Heather with Chelsea Handler not too long ago and much of what she performed last night was recycled so, I didn't find it that funny the 2nd time around. Whitney (very pretty) was much better than I expected and I chuckled out loud a few...continued
Heather McDonald is a stand-up comic as well as being a full-time writer and story producer on E!’s top rated show, “Chelsea Lately.” Heather can be seen weekly on “Chelsea Lately”’s roundtable and performs numerous celebrity impressions and sketches throughout the show. She co-wrote “White Chicks” with the Wayans Brothers and had a featured role in the movie. She will also be appearing in the Wayans Brothers’ and Paramount Pictures’ “Dance Flick” in 2009. Heather has also guest-starred on the hit television shows Frasier, Malcolm in the Middle, Reno 911, Drake and Josh, Quintuplets and Watching Ellie. She has been ridiculing celebrities’clothing for the past 8 years as part of Us Weekly Magazine’s “Fashion Police.” Heather was a member of The Groundlings Theater where she performed in the Sunday Company for two years.
Also appearing is Whitney Cummings, a Los Angeles based comedian, actress, and writer. As a comedian she appears regularly on Chelsea Lately and she recently wrote, co-executive produced, and performs stand up on the comedy series “Live! Nude! Comedy!” for Showtime. In 2007 she was named one of Variety’s Top 10 Comics to watch and in 2009 she was named one of Entertainment Weekly’s “Comedy Stars of Tomorrow.” She recently co-starred in the Sony feature “Made of Honor” with Patrick Dempsey, on Fox’s “House, M.D.,” and is starring in a Fox pilot that will be directed and produced by Ben Stiller in the summer of 2009. Whitney writes for numerous TV shows, including Comedy Central Roasts and is a roaster in the 2009 Roast of Joan Rivers. She has also performed on HBO’s “Down and Dirty” with Jim Norton, NBC’s “Last Call with Carson Daly,” “Comics Unleashed,” and NESN’s “Comedy All-Stars” after getting her start as a series regular on MTV’s “PUNK’D.”