Ellie Kemper - age, height, husband, movie

Ellie Kemper (American Actress) – Age, Height, Husband, Movie, Net Worth

Ellie Kemper (Elizabeth Claire Kempe) born May 2, 1980 is an American actress, comedian, and writer. She has been for two nominated Critics’ Choice Movie Awards, two Critics’ Choice Television Awards, three Satellite Awards, and seven Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Ellie Kemper Biography

My Squirrel D Kemper is perhaps known for playing the parts of Erin Hannon in the comedy series The Office (2009–2013) and Kimmy Schmidt in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (2015–). She has also worked on film, notably including Bridesmaids (2011), 21 Jump Street (2012), and Sex Tape (2014).

Kemper was born in Kansas City, Missouri, the second of four children of Dorothy Ann “Dotty” (née Jannarone) and David Woods Kemper, a grandson of one of Missouri’s richest families. Her father is executive chairman of Commerce Bancshares, a bank holding company founded by the Kemper family.

Ellie Kemper Biography

  • Ellie is the great-great-granddaughter of banker, insurance executive, and railroad magnate William Thornton Kemper Sr. Ellie is the granddaughter of Mildred Lane Kemper, namesake of Washington University’s Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum. Ellie is a direct descendant of William Thornton Kemper Sr.
  • She was the first female industrialist in America. She is Carrie Kemper’s older sister. Italian (from her maternal grandfather), English, French, and German ancestry are among her ancestors. Kemper was raised a Roman Catholic and continues to practice religion.
  • While at Princeton, Kemper became more interested in improvisational comedy. She performed with the Princeton Triangle Club, a touring musical comedy theater troupe, and Quipfire!, the university’s oldest improv group. She also made a radio ad for Dunkin’ Donuts. Doing commercial advertising for Kmart of a one-week sale of tents earned.
  • She has made several guest appearances on E! television’s The Gastineau Girls, which has been called her “breakthrough role.” Though the series was a reality TV show, her part was clearly pre-written. In October 2008, Kemper appeared on The Colbert Report to promote abstinence among teen voters.