Abby Elliott finished her schooling at Immaculate High School where she used to participate in a lot of musical events and school plays.
After graduating, Abby Elliott make her first official movie appearance in the year 2011 with No Strings Attached. A year later, another movie she starred in got released, which was Fun Size.
She was cast in various movies in 2014 and almost all of the movies she took were a hit such as Living the Dream, Sex Ed, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Besides that, she also acted in numerous TV series. In fact, she had accomplished more in TV series compared to the movies.
Her TV series debut came out in 2006 with Minoriteam. Then it was followed by The Midnight Show and King of the Hill. Both were released in 2008.
However, her career as an actress and comedian truly arrived at its prime after joining the famous TV show Saturday Night Live (2008) alongside actress Cheryl Ann Otari.
Even after she withdrew from the TV show years later, she kept making guest appearances on other TV shows like Larry King Now (2016) and Celebrity Page (2017).
- Real Name: Abigail Elliott Kennedy
- Stage Name: Abby Elliott
- Nickname: Abby
- Birthday: June 16, 1987
- Birthplace: New York, United States of America
- Zodiac Sign: Gemini
- Nationality: American
- Height: 171 cm (5’7”)
- Weight: 57 kg (126 lbs)
- Blood Type: –
- Religion: Roman Chatolicism
- Professions: Comedian, Actress
- Education: Marymount Manhattan College, The Groundlings, Immaculate High School, Upright Citizens Brigade Theater
- Hobbies: –
- Parents: Chris Elliott (Father); Paula Niedert Elliott (Mother)
- Siblings: Bridey Elliott (Sister)
- Boyfriend: Fred Armisen (2010 – 2011)
- Husband: Bill Kennedy (Married 2016 – )
- Facebook: –
- Twitter: @elliottdotabby
- Instagram: @lilcutieforever
- TikTok: –
- YouTube: –
- Abby Elliott is the youngest cast member in history who has managed to join the popular TV show Saturday Night Live (2008).
- Her father, Chris Elliott, is a famous actor and has been seen in numerous movies.
- She takes pride in her ability to make people laugh and likes it when they react to her act.
- Abby has bad money management.
- She tends to buy things impulsively.
- Abby is known to be good at doing celebrity impressions.
- She started considering a career in the entertainment industry when she was 20 years of age.
- Abby has a daughter named Edith Pepper Kennedy from her marriage with Bill Kennedy.
- Her sister, Bridey Elliott, is also an actress and comedian.
- She likes to wear a lot of make-up on a day-to-day basis.
- Abby was attending Marymount Manhattan College in New York City but then she dropped out in the first semester because she wanted to focus on her career as an actress.
- Her mother, Paula Niedert Elliott, is a talent coordinator.
- She signed up with Abby MGMT Entertainment to support her career.
- Her paternal grandfather, Bob Elliott, is also a comedian.
- She is of English, German, Scottish, and French descent.
- Her favorite skincare brand is La Prairie.
- Abby’s natural hair color is dark, but she likes to dye it blonde.
- Her favorite restaurant is The Beatrice Inn in New York.
- She enjoys doing pilates and workouts in general.
- During her school days, she used to play various games, especially softball.
- She was born in New York but grew up in Connecticut.
- Actresses Emma Stone, Anna Faris, and Sienna Miller are her girl crushes.
- Actors Jon Hamm and Leonardo DiCaprio are her boy crushes.
- She is a huge fan of the movie Titanic (1997) and has seen it more than eight times.
- Her ideal type is…
- Her net worth is around $1.5 million.
- The Adventures of Drunky (TBA), as the voice actress
- Cheaper by the Dozen (2022), as Tricia
- A Saturday Night Live Mother’s Day (2020), as Ashley
- The Reductress Hour (2018), as the producer
- Clara’s Ghost (2018), as Julie Reynolds
- Better Off Single (2016), as Angela
- SNL’s NFL Saturday (2015), as Prosecuting Attorney
- Living the Dream (2014), as Annie Parker
- Sex Ed (2014), as Trish
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014), as Taylor
- Life Partners (2014), as Vanessa
- SNL Shorts (NBC | 2014), as Belle
- Goodbye How I Met Your Mother (2014), as self
- Saturday Night Live: Halloween (2013), as a supporting character
- Saturday Night Live: Thanksgiving Special (2013), as Nancy
- A Saturday Night Live Christmas Special (2013), as Ke$ha
- Fun Size (2012), as Lara
- Splitting Hairs (2012), as self
- High Road (2011), as Monica
- My Anime Girlfriend (2011), as Yuruki
- No Strings Attached (2011), as Joy
- Saturday Night Live Backstage (2011), as self
- The Women of SNL (2010), as a supporting character
- A Night of 140 Tweets: A Celebrity Tweet-A-Thon for Haiti (2010), as self
- Saturday Night Live in the 2000s: Time and Again (2010), as self
- Saturday Night (2010), as self
- SNL Presents: A Very Gilly Christmas (2009), as Paula
- Thin Walls (2009), as
- You’ve Reached the Elliotts (2006), as Kristin
- Chrissy: Plain & Simple (2007), as self
- The Bear (FX | 2022), as Natalie ‘Sugar’ Berzatto
- True Story with Ed & Randall (Peacock | 2022), as Will’s Wife
- Search Party (HBO Max | 2022), as Dr. Amanda Baby
- What Happened, Brittany Murphy? (HBO Max | 2021), as Brittany Murphy
- Indebted (NBC | 2020), Rebecca
- Alone Together (Freeform | 2018), as Megan
- It’s a Hit! (SeriesFest | 2017), as a supporting character
- Home: Adventures with Tip and Oh (Netflix | 2016), as Chelsea
- Difficult People (Hulu | 2016), as Kayla
- Odd Mom Out (Bravo | 2015), as Brooke Von Weber
- Star vs. the Forces of Evil (Disney Channel | 2015), as Janna Ordonia
- Garfunkel & Oates (IFC | 2014), as Chevrolet
- Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central | 2013), as Joselyn
- How I Met Your Mother (CBS | 2013), as Jeanette
- Happy Endings (ABC | 2013), as Katie
- 2 Broke Girls (CBS | 2012), as Ruth
- The Assistant (MTV | 2012), as the writer
- Ugly Americans (Comedy Central | 2012), as Emily
- CollegeHumor Originals (CH Originals | 2011), as Cinderella and the writer
- Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Summer Edition (NBC | 2009), as Kristen Cavallari
- The Midnight Show (NBC | 2008), as Bonnie Hunt
- King of the Hill (Fox | 2008), as Melrose
- Minoriteam (Adult Swim | 2006), as a supporting character
- A Little Late with Lilly Singh (NBC | 2020), as a guest
- The Kelly Clarkson Show (NBC | 2020), as a guest
- Match Game (CBS | 2018), as the panelist
- The $100,000 Pyramid (ABC | 2017), as a participant
- Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC | 2017), as a guest
- The Wendy Williams Show (BET | 2017), as a guest
- Celebrity Page (Reelz | 2017), as a guest
- Larry King Now (Hulu | 2016), as a guest
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (CBS | 2016), as a guest
- The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC | 2016), as a guest
- Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central | 2016), as a guest
- Today (NBC | 2015), as a guest
- The Jeselnik Offensive (Comedy Central | 2013), as a guest
- Love You, Mean It with Whitney Cummings (E! | 2012), as a guest
- Watch What Happens: Live (Bravo | 2012), as a guest
- CBS News Sunday Morning (CBS | 2012), as a guest
- Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC | 2009), as a guest
- UCB Comedy Originals (YouTube | 2009), as a guest
- Saturday Night Live (NBC | 2008), as a guest
- Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC | 2006), as a guest
- Late Show with David Letterman (CBS | 2003), as a guest
- Late Night with Conan O’Brien (NBC | 2003), as a guest
- Late Night with David Letterman (CBS | 1988), as a guest
Music Video Appearances
- Like a Boss (2009) – The Lonely Island
Abby Elliott is determined to follow her father and grandfather’s footpaths. Even then she has managed to make a name of her own as a professional actress and comedian.