Mary Lynn Rajskub is an actress and comedian whose credits include 24, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and Punch-Drunk Love, among many leading and supporting roles in film and television. Born in Detroit and raised in Trenton, Michigan, she got her start as a regular cast member on the HBO comedy series Mr. Show, followed by a recurring role on The Larry Sanders Show. In 2003, she joined the cast of the hit drama 24, eventually becoming the show’s lead female character and contributing strongly to its 2006 Emmy win for Best Drama. She is also a two-time Screen Actors Guild (SAG) award nominee. In 2021, she released her most recent comedy special, Mary Lynn Rajskub: Live From The Pandemic. Her debut collection of essays, FAME-ISH: My Life at the Edge of Stardom releases May 17, 2022.