Samantha Bee Biography
Samantha Bee is a Canadian- American comedic actress and author as her all time profession. She has been best known as a cast member on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. 45 years old Samantha has attractive personality and also very promising character role model in her field. Recently in the year of 2012, she surpassed Stephen Colbert as The Daily Show's longest serving regular correspndent of all-time. She has been married to Jason Jones and to date she has three children in her family. Ever since she got married, there has no any issues on the matter of marriage and to date she has been living her life at fullest.
Samantha was born on October 25, 1969 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She has Canadian nationality by her birth. For her educational qualification, she has studied theatre at the University of Ottawa, McGill University in Montreal and George Brown Theatre School in Toronto. She was one of the four founding members of Toronto- based sketch comedy troupe The Atomic Fireballs, with whom she performed before being hired by the Daily Show in 2003.
At present she has been a correspondent for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart since July 10, 2003. She had her first starring role in a feature film in 2004 with the Canadian independent film Ham & Cheese, alongside veteran Canadian comics Scott Thompson and Dave Foley. In December 2005, on The O'Reilly Factor, Bill O'Reilly used a clip of Bee from The Daily Show as an example of "The War on Christmas", presenting it as having aired recently. Bee was the sole female correspondent on The Daily Show from 2006 until the debut of Kristen Schaal in March 2008. She was The Daily Show?'?s first non-U.S. citizen correspondent. Bee was recognized with a 2005 Canadian Comedy Award for Best Female TV Performance for her work on The Daily Show. In 2009, she appeared in the original cast of Love, Loss, and What I Wore. On October 7, 2014, she helped her husband Jason Jones host The Daily Show in the absence of an ailing Jon Stewart. Bee authored the book I Know I Am, But What Are You?, which was published in 2010. In 2012, she appeared in Ken Finkleman's series Good God as Shandy Sommers, a devoutly Christian cable news host, at present she plays a role in the cartoon series Bounty Hunters. On January 20, 2008, Bee finished as the highest scoring celebrity in the CBC game show Test The Nation. She had a minor role in Episode 15, "Spy Something or Get Out", of Little Mosque on the Prairie. Bee also appeared in the 12th episode of Season 20 of Law & Order ("Blackmail", episode 445), which aired on January 15, 2010. She played a minor role on an episode of the HBO series Bored to Death. Samantha also did a guest voice role of a talk show hostess named Pam in the Season 2 finale of Bob's Burgers, in addition to providing the voice for Lyla Lolliberry for two episodes in Season 4 of Phineas and Ferb. Bee appeared as herself on the "Madame President" episode of The Electric Company, in which she moderated a debate between two candidates Lisa Heffenbacher and Francine Carruthers running for president of a book club. Later in the show, she appeared as a newscaster announcing the election results, finally choosing Lisa to be the winner. In 2012, Bee surpassed Stephen Colbert as The Daily Show?'?s longest-serving regular correspondent all-time.
For her personal life, she has been married to her fellow Daily Show cast member Jason Jones since 2001. She lives with her family in Manhattan, New York. She has three children to take care at her home. Ever since she got married, she has no issues to her marriage. She has been living her married life with full happiness and satisfactions. Her husband is very happy with her as well.