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Jump to navigation. Janeane Garofalo has always been an outspoken feminist. A stand-up comic sinceGarofalo—along with fellow future household names like David Cross and Marc Maron—helped define a genre of comedy that swapped out one-liner schtick for thoughtful, wordy references.
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Sign in. Janeane, the petite woman with the acerbic wit, was born in Newton, New Jersey, into Joan, a secretary, and Carmine Garofalo, an Exxon executive. She is of Italian and Irish descent.
She meanders from subject to subject; from pop culture musings to her political views to her devotion to her dogs. There seems to be little that is off limits in her routine, establishing right away that Garofalo is uninterested in how she comes off or what people think of her. Garofalo has always been able to tap into pop culture in a way that is more about pointing out the absurdities.
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Filed under: Why, God, couldn't you have made her hipper to fem-zippers: Janeane Garofalo. Filed under: Maybe she'd make out with a chick? Filed under: Utterly adorable, absolutely brilliant. Filed under: Reader-type with jaded jokes that whoosh over some of the young heads.
In fact, to schedule our interview, she gives me a call to ask what my schedule looks like so she can be available on her preferred landline—a far cry from the typical, celebrity interviews that come together over days of emailing with publicists haggling over time slots. Garofalo already predicted that back when she was making the movie. Well deserved, she says, but hardly surprising.