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Sarah Silverman (born December 1, 1970) is an American stand-up comedian, actress, and writer. While usually referred to by her full name, she is sometimes credited by her nickname "Big S".

Sarah Silverman's innocent outward appearance and sing-song delivery is in direct contrast to much of her comic material, in which she deals with many controversial topics. Her comedy acts are sometimes performed from a caricatured or stereotypical "Jewish-American princess" perspective, in which she mocks bigotry and stereotypes by ironically embracing them. She stars in and produces the The Sarah Silverman Program, which debuted in February 2007 on Comedy Central.

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Sarah Silverman was born in Bedford, New Hampshire to Jewish parents Donald and Beth Ann Silverman, of Russian and Polish descent. Sarah Silverman began a major career early on, earning national exposure after landing a role on the 1993-94 season of Saturday Night Live. She was a writer and featured player at this time, but was fired after one season because she had written only one sketch that survived through to dress rehearsal and none which made it to air. This situation was parodied when Sarah Silverman appeared in The Larry Sanders Show episode The New Writer, in which she appears as the new writer on Larry's staff and her jokes are not used because of the chauvinism and bias of the male head comedy writer, who favors the jokes of his male co-writers.

Sarah Silverman has since made numerous guest appearances on television and in film, including roles on Seinfeld, Star Trek: Voyager and in Something About Mary. In November 2005, her stand-up comedy act was released as a feature film, Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic. On Jimmy Kimmel Live, she has parodied sketches from Chappelle's Show, as a point of view of what would happen if she played Rick James, Tyrone, or the Pilot Boy Productions-like logo called Pilot Girl Productions. This segment is based on a popular rumor that Sarah Silverman is a planned replacement for Dave Chappelle after the apparent demise of his popular television show Chappelle's Show.