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An American Girl and Mom at Sixteen. Krakowski was originally cast in the horror film Sleepaway Camp , but dropped out just before filming began because she felt her character's death scene with a curling iron was too violent. In , she provided the voice of the deer Giselle in the Sony animated movie, Open Season. A trained singer, Krakowski has made numerous appearances on stage.
She appeared in the Broadway musical Grand Hotel as the typist and would-be film star Flaemmchen, for which she was nominated for a Tony Award. At the American Comedy Awards , Krakowski won rave reviews when she performed a sexually charged musical tribute and love letter to Microsoft chairman, Bill Gates. In , she played the ditzy flight attendant April in the Roundabout Theater Company 's revival of Company.
Brickman and Krakowski also recorded an alternate Christmas version of the song. She also appeared on the album Broadway Cares: Home for the Holidays , singing the song " Santa Baby ". Krakowski recalled that the material took a long time to arrive, and the second time she ever did it was on the first performance.
Krakowski received the Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance  and performed a cabaret show called Better When It's Banned, which featured various songs from the s and '30s  that were all deemed racy at the times of their original popularity. Krakowski performed in a January workshop production and backers's audition for a Broadway musical adaption of the film, Xanadu , with music from the film's soundtrack and a book by Douglas Carter Beane.
On July 30 and 31, , Krakowski performed the title character in a reading of Mrs. Sharp , whose music was composed and whose lyrics were written by Ryan Scott Oliver , and whose book was written by Kirsten A.
Guenther, at Playwrights Horizons. Krakowski became engaged to Robert Godley in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved November 9, The New York Times.
After making her movie debut as an orally skilled teenager in National Lampoon's Vacation , she garnered two Emmy nominations during her stint on the serial Search for Tomorrow.
Though she acted in several TV productions, including Men and Women II and Queen , and had small feature film parts in Fatal Attraction and Stepping Out , Krakowski found more success on Broadway in the first half of the s. After she earned a Tony nomination for her work in the musical Grand Hotel, the actress was featured in several shows, including the revival of Once Upon a Mattress starring Sarah Jessica Parker.
As ambitious busybody Elaine, Krakowski became a bombshell comic foil to Calista Flockhart's neurotic Ally, asserting her power over the series' law office with her well-honed observational skills. The actress also displayed her versatile talents in the show's whimsical song-and-dance interludes. Bolstered by her TV success, Krakowski played a supporting role in the dance romance Dance With Me , appeared as the seemingly lascivious wife of William Fichtner's bizarre narc in Go , and starred as Betty in the sequel The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas After Ally McBeal went off the air in , Krakowski continued to divide her time between TV, features and the stage.
Along with voicing one of the female sloths in the hit animated movie Ice Age , Krakowski starred in the made for TV romantic comedy Just a Walk in the Park and played a supporting role in the Lisa Kudrow comic vehicle Marci X As in the early s, though, Krakowski wound up attracting more attention on Broadway. She was one of the female conquests for Jude Law in the remake of Alfie in , and had a great success starting in when she was cast as Jenna Maroney, the oversexed, undereducated, deeply vain, and paranoid actress at the center of the fictional show within the show on the highly-respected sitcom 30 Rock.
She provided a voice for the animated flim Open Season, and its sequel. View All Photos 5.