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Stephnie Weir
Stephnie Carmel Weir

(1967-11-28) November 28, 1967 (age 56)
Occupation(s)Actress, comedian, writer
Years active1991–present
Robert Dassie
(m. 2001)

Stephnie Carmel Weir (born November 28, 1967) is an American actress, comedian, and writer. She is best known for being a main cast member and writer on the Fox sketch comedy television series Mad TV from 2000 to 2005, for which she got two Writers Guild of America Award nominations. She had starring roles on several short-lived television sitcoms, including Big Day (2006–2007), The Comedians (2015), and Happy Together (2018–2019), and starred in the 2017 comedy film Room for Rent.


Weir was a consulting producer for the comedy series Raising Hope.[1] She also appeared in Disney's Godmothered.[2]

Counter Culture[edit]

Counter Culture is a comedy series created by Weir that was in development for the American Broadcasting Company (ABC). The pilot follows three aging sisters running their family diner together in West Texas. ABC ordered the pilot on January 30, 2012.[3] The ensemble cast included Kerri Kenney-Silver, Delta Burke and Emmy Award winning actresses Margo Martindale and Doris Roberts.[4] The pilot was directed by Ted Wass.[5]

Original characters[edit]

  • Angela Wright
  • Dot Goddard
  • Dorothy Lanier
  • Dr. Kylie Johnson
  • Gail Cinder
  • Kat
  • Kelly/Wendy Shank
  • Lillie Hubscher
  • Mackenzie Shaw
  • Mattie Lutz
  • Mrs. Leona Campbell
  • Muriel Westig
  • Rebecca Finkleberg/Zamula Kincaid
  • Sherri
  • Thelma Strom
  • Vera Magnus

Celebrity impressions[edit]



Year Title Role Notes
2000 Too Much Flesh Connie
2001 New Port South Librarian
2002 Streetriffs Hooker Mentor
2005 Fun with Dick and Jane Debbie
2006 Moonpie Candy Peterson
2007 Ping Pong Playa Cheryl Davis
2008 Eden Court Barb
2008 The Other Side of the Tracks Ann
2013 Red Lodge Web Psychic
2017 Fist Fight Suzie
2017 Room for Rent Betty Baldwin
2017 Wild Honey Esther
2020 Godmothered Barb


Year Title Role Notes
1991, 1993 Unsolved Mysteries Motel Resident / Hotel Resident 2 episodes
1999 Cupid Priscilla
2000–2005 Mad TV Various 124 episodes; also writer (65 episodes)
2005 King of the Hill Nureen Episode: "Arlen City Bomber"
2006 Joey Maureen Episode: "Joey and the Actors Studio"
2006 Higglytown Heroes Control Officer Hero (voice) Episode: "Frozen Fish Folies/Look Who's Squawking"
2006–2007 Big Day Lorna 13 episodes
2007 'Til Death Gretchen - Psychologist Episode: "No More Mr. Vice Guy"
2009 FlashForward Didi Gibbons Episode: "White to Play"
2010 Weeds Patricia Davies Episode: "Viking Pride"
2011 Modern Family Mrs. Hoffman Episode: "Our Children, Ourselves"
2013 Brenda Forever Shelley Miller Television film
2014 Eleven Year Itch Stephanie
2015 Childrens Hospital Rhonda Episode: "Nils Vildervaan, Professional Interventiomalist"
2015 The Comedians Kristen Laybourne 13 episodes
2015 Key & Peele Savannah Episode: "Y'all Ready for This?"
2015 Playing House Jeanine Willcall Episode: "Celebrate Me Scones"
2015 Castle Mia Laszlo Episode: "The Nose"
2015 Life in Pieces Bernadette 2 episodes
2015–2017 Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Karen 6 episodes
2016 Crowded Ann Episode: "Amongst the Waves"
2016 Lady Dynamite Janice Episode: "Pilot"
2016 Veep Penny Nickerson Episode: "Congressional Ball"
2016 Dream Corp LLC Diane Episode: "Tijuana Zebra"
2017 I Love Dick Larchmont 2 episodes
2017 The Guest Book Marcia Episode: "Story Three"
2018 Grace and Frankie Mindy Episode: "The Expiration Date"
2018–2019 Happy Together Bonnie / Rebethany 13 episodes
2019, 2020 The Goldbergs Karen English 2 episodes
2020 High & Tight Dr. Kern Television film
2022 The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers Marnie 4 episodes
2023 Night Court Remecca Monte-Pulciano Episode: "Two Peas on a Pod"


  1. ^ "Stephnie Wier - IMDB". IMDb. Retrieved June 8, 2021.
  3. ^ TEAM TVLINE (February 1, 2012). "Pilot Season Lingo Guide (Including the 'Scary' Second Position), Plus a List of Picked-Up Pilots". TVLine. Retrieved March 1, 2012.
  4. ^ Lesley Goldberg (February 25, 2012). "'Everybody Loves Raymond's' Doris Roberts Joins ABC's 'Counter Culture'". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved March 1, 2012.
  5. ^ Lesley Goldberg (February 23, 2012). "Ted Wass will helm a pair of comedies as the Disney-owned network finalizes its pilot directors". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved March 1, 2012.

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