Saturday, July 21, 2012

Sarah Silverman boyfriend

Stand-up comedienne and actress Sarah Silverman was born in Bedford on December 1, 1970. She was a student of the Derryfield School in Manchester. Silverman got her start on Saturday Night Live as a writer and featured character, but she only logged in one season on the show. Because only one of her skits made it to the air, she used that as fodder for her appearance on the Larry Sanders Show. She has since appeared on HBO’s sketch comedy show, Mr. Show with Bob and David, followed by several guest appearances on shows like Seinfeld, Entourage and Star Trek: Voyager.Her success skyrocketed in 2005 when she released her own feature film, Sarah Silverman: Jesus is Magic to limited theaters. The film went to DVD in the summer of 2006. After that, Silverman debuted her own show, The Sarah Silverman Program on Comedy Central in February 2007.

Sarah’s comic style is somewhat controversial and could perhaps be considered edgy, or even over the edge. She was raised by Jewish parents, so the topic of religion is often on the table. She has also addressed issues like sex and racism in her shows. She has three sisters, Susan Silverman, a feminist rabbi and author, Laura Silverman, also an actress, and screenwriter Jody Silverman. Her interest in comedy began early on, and she performed for the first time at the club “Stitches” in Boston at the young age of 17.Silverman has appeared in several films including the cult hit, There’s Something About Mary, Bulworth, The Bachelor and School of Rock. She has also provided one of the featured voices for the hit show Crank Yankers. In 2007, she hosted the MTV Movie Awards and stirred up some controversy over her remarks toward heiress Paris Hilton. She also kicked off her own sitcom, The Sarah Silverman Program on Comedy Central. Her sister Laura plays her sister on the show. The program is one of Comedy Central’s most successful shows, with a viewership of 1.8 million.Silverman made Maxim Magazine’s Hot 100 List in 2006, placing #50. She ranked #29 and appeared on the cover of the magazine the following year.

In this month's edition of Page Six Magazine, Sarah Silverman gives an interview in which she discusses the difficulty of dating after the end of her five-year relationship with comedian, Jimmy Kimmel. Not surprisingly, getting back in the game after so many years proved to be challenging but apparently starting over with her new, unnamed boyfriend has been better for her ego than dating Jimmy.

"The guy I'm dating now, who is so awesome, is not my typical fare. He's really skinny. Usually I like pudgy, macho-ish guys (sic) I think he's the first guy in a decade who's given me any kind of compliment, like saying I'm pretty or anything," she said.

Ok, so I almost failed calculus by half of a percent but let me get this straight - she dated Jimmy for five years and she hasn't been paid a compliment in a decade. By my count, it seems like Jimmy isn't exactly forthcoming with the compliments, which definitely doesn't bode well for him because he needs all the help he can get with the ladies. Too bad Sarah didn't say something like, "Jimmy has a money tree in his back yard that will only shed C-notes for his girlfriend." Or better yet, said, "The real reason Jimmy and I broke up is because he wanted a no-name girlfriend that he could make into Hollywood's next big star."

If she had said that, he would have had his pick of everyone woman that has ever appeared on a VH1 reality show, including Latoya Jackson, New York and all the Rock of Love ladies.

Even though Sarah didn't get paid a compliment in five years, she's definitely one up on Jimmy. It's rumored that she is dating Alec Sulkin, a writer and producer for "Family Guy". Whether or not this is her new man doesn't really matter as much as she is currently sporting a hand-shaped bruise on her butt that she recently showed off on "The Late Show with David Letterman". According to Sarah, the bruise appeared after a night of raucous love-making and to that I say, "Good for Sarah!" Not only is she getting a guy to call her "pretty", which is like the Holy Grail for us females, but she gets to brag about her sex life on the "Late Show". I can't say I ever recall her bragging about her sex life as a guest on "The Jimmy Kimmel Show". Jimmy should really reevaluate his compliment quota in his next relationship because it seems Sarah is having the final laugh.

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