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Cecily Legler Strong Wiki/Biography
Cecily Legler Strong, born on the 8th of February, is an American comedian, actress and voice actress, probably best known as one of the regulars of the TV comedy variety show “Saturday Night Live”.
So how much is Cecily Strong’s net worth? As of early 2016, it is reported to be over $1 million, gained mostly from her years of stand-up comedy performance on stage, and on television and in movies.
Cecily Strong Net Worth $1 Million Dollars
The daughter of Penelope and Bill, Strong was born in Springfield, Illinois and grew up in Oar Park, Illinois. Even at an early age, Strong already has a fascination with comedy and the show “Saturday Night Live” having watched the older episodes on tape, which was one reason why during high school she transferred to the Chicago Academy for the Arts, from Oak Park and River Forest High School, to hone her skills. In college, she attended the California Institute of the Arts, (CalArts) to become an actress and graduated with a degree in theatre. To further her education in her field, she went back to her hometown in Chicago to study at the Second City Conservatory and iO Chicago.
Her career started as a stand-up comedian, performing at various theatres and other events including Chicago Sketch Fest, New York Sketch Fest, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Bailiwick Theatre and Mercury Theatre. She was also a member of the Virgin Daiquiri, an all-girl improve group. Her days as a stand-up comedian tremendously helped in her career and net worth, and eventually landed her a job in the show “Saturday Night Live”.
In 2012, Strong became part of the long-running variety comedy show “Saturday Night Live”. Her presence in the show as part of the weekly segment “Weekend Update” with partner Seth Meyers became a huge hit among audience. Later on in the show, Strong also showed her writing prowess when she co-wrote and performed “The Girl You Wish You Hadn’t Started a Conversation With at a Party” and “The Girlfriend Talk Show”, among other well-received sketches.
Strong also became popular for her impeccable impressions of various celebrities, including Allison Williams, Ariana Grande, Sofia Vergara, Fran Drescher, Khloe Kardashian, Lana Del Rey, Megyn Kelly, Gloria Estefan, Maria Bartiromo, Melania Trump, and Carly Fiorina. Today, Strong is still part of “Saturday Night Live” and her success in the show has tremendously helped in her net worth.
Strong still occasionally performs stand-up comedy, and most recently became active in film. In just 2015 her movies included “The Bronze”, “Slow Learners”, “The Meddler”, and “Staten Island Summer”. She also lent her voice on the show “The Awesome”. Strong will also be a part of the much anticipated remake of the classic film “Ghostbusters” set to be released in 2016.
A major boost was her invitation to perform at the Correspondents’ White House Dinner in 2015, which was extremely well received, even though the audience was the target of many of her skits.
In terms of her personal life, Strong is reportedly dating co-star Mike O’Brien.
|Full Name||Cecily Strong|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Date Of Birth||February 8, 1984|
|Place Of Birth||Springfield, Illinois, United States, River Forest High School|
|Education||Second City Conservatory and iO Chicago, California Institute of the Arts, Oak Park and River Forest High School|
|Parents||Bill Strong, Penelope Strong|
|Movies||“The Bronze”, “Slow Learners”, “The Meddler”, “Staten Island Summer” (2015), “Ghostbusters” (2016)|
|TV Shows||Saturday Night Live (2012-), “Weekend Update”, “The Awesome”, Correspondents' White House Dinner (2015)|
|1||Black hair and dark brown eyes|
|1||[joking about a series of intruders at the White House] When the President walked in and saw old those bellhops, he said, "Finally, some decent security".|
|1||Her father, Bill Strong, was the Associated Press bureau chief at the Illinois Statehouse. He would perform in the Gridiron show put on by the state corps, imitating the governor. He is a big supporter of Cecily.|
|2||Graduated from California Institute of Arts with a BFA in Theater.|
|3||She played a Latina in her first show on "Saturday Night Live", but she herself is not of Hispanic background.|
|4||Attended Oak Park River Forest High School and Chicago Academy of Arts, graduating in 2002.|
|Saturday Night Live||2012-2015||TV Series||Various / Weekend Update Anchor / Former Porn Star / ...|
|The Awesomes||2013-2015||TV Series||Tim's Mom / Carol / Sexy Voice / ...|
|Staten Island Summer||2015/II||Mary Ellen|
|Slow Learners||2015||Amber the Ex|
|The Bronze||2015||Janice Townsend|
|Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday||2012||TV Series||The Girl You Wish You Hadn't Started A Conversation With At A Party / Patron|
|How to Sponsor a Uterus||2012||Short||Karen Rigsby|
|Saturday Night Live||2012-2015||TV Series performer - 12 episodes|
|2015 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner||2015||TV Movie written by|
|Meet the Press||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|2015 White House Correspondents' Association Dinner||2015||TV Movie||Herself - Host|
|Entertainment Tonight||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs||2015||TV Special||Herself|
|Saturday Night Live: 40th Anniversary Special||2015||TV Special||Herself / Total Bastard Airlines Flight Attendant / Piper|
|Late Night with Seth Meyers||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|Late Night with Jimmy Fallon||2013||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Entertainment Tonight||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|Saturday Night Live: Christmas Special||2014||TV Special||The Girl You Wish You Hadn't Started a Conversation with at a Party / Alanis Morrisette / Fran Drescher / ...|
|Saturday Night Live: Thanksgiving Special||2014||TV Movie||Various|
|Saturday Night Live Presents SNL Shorts||2014||TV Movie||Anjelica Huston / Various (uncredited)|
|Saturday Night Live: Best of This Season||2014||TV Movie||Marnie Michaels / Khloé Kardashian / Weekend Update Anchor / ... (uncredited)|
|Crossfire||2013||TV Series||Weekend Update Anchor|
|Saturday Night Live: Christmas||2013||TV Movie||The Girl You Wish You Hadn't Started a Conversation with at a Party / Fran Drescher (uncredited)|
|Saturday Night Live: Halloween||2013||TV Movie||Hayley (uncredited)|
|2014||OFTA Television Award||Online Film & Television Association||Best Female Performance in a Fiction Program||Saturday Night Live (1975)|