Since she was named "wittiest" in her junior high school yearbook, Beth has followed in the rich tradition of Episcopalians in comedy. She moved from suburban Orlando to New York City and staged her own 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 a new series called "The Daily Show."

Beth won widespread notoriety during her four years on "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" for filing stories on people like the matchmaker for the Militia movement, and the inventor of the Bulge, the Wonder Bra for men. She also hosted several of her own half-hour interview series "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.

In 2000, Beth left "The Daily Show" for network television, spending two years on ABC's "Spin City" stalking Alan Ruck, impersonating Heather Locklear and sexually harassing Michael J. Fox. Beth has gone on to guest star on many other shows including "Joey," "Frasier," "The West Wing," "Boston Public," "Still Standing" and "Without A Trace." Beth has also had recurring roles on "Desperate Housewives," "Rules of Engagement," "One on One," and "Life with Bonnie."

In 2004, she landed a starring role in Fox's "Method and Red." In its review of the show, Entertainment Weekly said "The Daily Show's whip-smart Beth Littleford is squirmingly good." EW later cited "sharp players like Daily Show alum Beth Littleford" as a reason for including "Method and Red" on 'The Must List.'

On the big screen, Beth has appeared in "Crazy Stupid Love" with Steve Carell, in Judd Apatow's "Drillbit Taylor" with Owen Wilson, in David E. Kelley's "Mystery, Alaska" with Russell Crowe, in PJ Hogan's "Unconditional Love." Additionally, she played the mom in Cartoon Network's first live action movie, "Ben 10: Race Against Time" and in Disney's "Starstruck."

Still trying to pin down where you've seen her? Maybe it was in ad campaigns for Cascade, Laughing Cow cheese, Pepsi, Xerox, UPS, IBM, or Cheez-its; or in one of her many appearances on cable news and entertainment shows, or on one of VH-1's endless stream of shows in which she has to wax nostalgic about last Tuesday.

Beth is currently starring on the Disney Channel's "Dog With A Blog." Although now a Disney mom, she'd spent the previous 2 years playing the sexually-enthusiastic mom, Suzanne Berger, on MTV's first ever sitcom "The Hard Times of RJ Berger." Beth has also recently appeared on "CSI" and "CSI: Miami" and recurs as Fran Stapleton on Fox's "The Cleveland Show."

Coming soon: "Movie 43," a crazy movie featuring the biggest cast in Hollywood history, in which Beth plays a mom who strips on the internet.

She lives in LA with her husband, Rob Fox; their 7 year-old son, Jackson; and baby daughter, Hallie. Beth is thrilled to finally be on a show that is OK for her kids to watch. (That would be "Dog With A Blog," Disney Channel, Sundays at 8:00.)

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