Since she was named “wittiest” in her junior high school yearbook, Beth has followed in the rich tradition of Episcopalians in comedy. Raised in Winter Park, Florida, she went on to Swarthmore College before making her way to New York City, where she did Shakespeare in the Park and Brecht in Hell’s Kitchen, while simultaneously founding an award-winning sketch and improv troupe. She went on to stage a one-woman show called “This Is Where I Get Off.” The show was picked up by Circle Rep and enjoyed an extended Off-Broadway run. After seeing her show, producers from Comedy Central tapped her to be the first female correspondent for “The Daily Show.”
Beth won widespread notoriety during her four years on “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” and also hosted her own half-hour interview series on Comedy Central, “The Beth Littleford Interview Specials,” where she boogied with Boy George, shoveled manure with Minnesota Governor Jesse “The Body” Ventura, and told David Cassidy he’d paved the way for acts to follow, like MC Hammer, Vanilla Ice and Milli Vanilli.
Beth ultimately left “The Daily Show” for network television, spending two years on ABC’s “Spin City.” Other series regular roles include Nancy Blaford on Fox’s “Method and Red,” and Suzanne Berger on MTV’s “The Hard Times of RJ Berger.” Beth has had recurring roles on “Desperate Housewives,” “Rules of Engagement,” “One on One,” “Life with Bonnie” and “The Cleveland Show.” Beth has guest-starred on many other shows including “The Mindy Project,” “CSI” and “CSI: Miami,” “Melissa and Joey,” “Frasier,” “The West Wing,” “Boston Public,” “Still Standing” and “Without A Trace.”
Beth has been a regular fixture on shows like “Politically Incorrect,” “Hollywood Squares,” “Talk Soup,” and most “I love The…” shows on VH-1.
She is now starring on Disney’s Emmy-nominated sitcom, “Dog With A Blog.”
For my full credits, check out my IMDB Page.
For all professional inquires, please reach out to Danielle Del, at D2 Management. The number is (310) 288-3040.