Whitney Cummings is an American comedian, actress, writer, and producer born on September 4, 1982, in Washington, D.C. She is best known for co-creating the CBS sitcom “2 Broke Girls” and for creating and starring in the NBC sitcom “Whitney.”
Cummings began her career as a stand-up comedian and quickly gained popularity, appearing on several television shows and specials, including “Comedy Central Roast,” “Chelsea Lately,” and her own stand-up specials on HBO and Comedy Central.
In 2011, Cummings co-created “2 Broke Girls” with Michael Patrick King. The show ran for six seasons and was a critical and commercial success. In 2012, Cummings created and starred in her own sitcom, “Whitney,” which ran for two seasons on NBC.
Cummings has also acted in several films and television shows, including “Made of Honor,” “The Wedding Ringer,” “Unforgettable,” and “Roseanne.” She has also written for and produced several television shows, including “Whitney,” “2 Broke Girls,” and “The Female Brain.”
In addition to her work in entertainment, Cummings is also an advocate for animal rights and supports several animal welfare organizations. She has also been open about her struggles with body image and has spoken out against the pressure placed on women to conform to unrealistic beauty standards.