Lori Beth Denberg
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|Lori Beth Denberg|
February 2, 1976|
Northridge, California, U.S.
Lori Beth Denberg (born February 2, 1976) is an American actress and comedian. She is best known for her work as an original cast member of the Nickelodeon sketch comedy series All That and for her role as Lydia Liza Gutman on The WB sitcom The Steve Harvey Show.
Born in Northridge to Jewish parents, Denberg began acting in community theater and school plays at the age of six. She has starred on American TV shows such as Nickelodeon's All That (from 1994 to 1998), the first three seasons of Figure It Out as a regular panelist (from 1997 to 1998), and then The WB's The Steve Harvey Show (from 1998 to 2002). On Figure It Out, Denberg had a knack for guessing the correct answer just before the contestant could win the grand prize, often even before the end of the second round, as her questions and guesses were more serious and well thought out, as opposed to the sillier questions and guesses that other panelists (particularly Kevin Kopelow and Danny Tamberelli) would give.
She appeared in the 1997 film Good Burger with fellow All That castmates Josh Server, Kenan Thompson, and Kel Mitchell. She had a minor role in the film Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story in 2004, playing cheerleader Martha Johnstone.
Denberg reunited with her All That cast members for the 2011 Comikaze Expo. She joked at the expo that she was now "living out her old age." She made a brief cameo in a 2012 episode of Workaholics as herself.
|1997||Good Burger||Connie Muldoon|
|2004||Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story||Martha Johnstone||Credited as LB Denberg|
|2006||18 Fingers of Death!||Shirley House|
|2018||Ham on Rye||Uno Queen|
|1994-1998||All That||Various roles||Main role|
|1997-1998||Figure It Out||Herself/panelist|
|1998-2002||The Steve Harvey Show||Lydia Liza Gutman||Recurring season 3, series regular seasons 4-6|
|2004||Malcolm in the Middle||Ronnie||Episode: "Dirty Magazine"|
|2012||Workaholics||Herself||Episode: "Drome Alone"|
|2016||Double Dare Anniversary Special||Herself||Contestant in first game filmed at San Diego Comic-Con|
|2017||Hollywood Darlings||Herself||Episode: "She's Not All That"|
|2017||90's House||Herself||Episode: "The One With the Sitcom"|
|2018||Wild 'n Out||Herself||Episode: "All That Takeover" |
- Vitcavage, Adam (June 6, 2012). "Workaholics Review: "True Dromance" (Episode 3.02)". Paste. Retrieved May 16, 2017.
- Matthews, Liam (February 12, 2018). "Kenan and Kel Reunited with Other All That Alums on Wild 'n Out". TV Guide. Retrieved June 26, 2018.
- Lawrence, Derek (June 25, 2018). "Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell reuniting to compete on special episode of Double Dare". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved June 26, 2018.
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