This particular actress had a stint in the early '90s writing for Saturday Night Live, she formerly had her own Comedy Central TV program, and she also authored an autobiography, The Bedwetter. That's right! You guessed it. Of course, we are talking about the always hilarious, totally gorgeous Sarah Silverman. Today she turns 45 and, based on her fresh-faced good looks, we can hardly believe it.
Born in New Hampshire, Silverman was destined for stand-up success from a young age. At age 17, Silverman braved her first stand-up comedy session in Boston and, after briefly attending New York University, Silverman began performing standup in different neighborhoods around New York City.
In 1993, the celeb had her big break on the 1993 - 1994 season of Saturday Night Live when she was hired as a writer and featured player. After only one season, Silverman was let go from the cast, but it didn't take her long to bounce back professionally. From 1995 to 1997, Silverman appeared on the HBO sketch comedy, Mr Show, and in 1997, she was cast in her first-ever leading role in an independent film, Who's the Caboose? Since then Silverman has continued to climb the comedy ladder, acting alongside some of the biggest names in Hollywood. In 2011, the birthday girl starred with Michelle WIlliams and Seth Rogen in Take This Waltz.
Along the way, Silverman has made some incredible memories, both personally and professionally. In fact, she often takes to Instagram to share her favorite throwback moments that date all the way back to her days as a week toddler and span through her years as a young performer. Happy birthday, Sarah!