Sunday, May 12th 2013
Tuesday, March 26th 2013
Maya Rudolph’s tribute to her mother, Minnie Riperton, on SNL.
Tuesday, February 19th 2013
Lorne Michaels, Anne Hathaway, Maya Rudolph, Amy Poehler and Kristen Wiig at the Costume Designers Guild Awards in LA, February 18th
Friday, June 8th 2012
THR brought together 25 of television’s top supporting players for a class photo May 30 at Siren Orange in Hollywood.
pictured: Jon Bernthal, Katharine McPhee, Maya Rudolph, Bruce Campbell, Gillian Jacobs, Jeremy Allen White, Naya Rivera, Jennifer Carpenter, Scott Caan, Jared Harris, Mayim Bialik, Kristen Bell, Walton Goggins, Kit Harington, Ana Gasteyer, Ron Perlman, Cote de Pablo, Erika Christensen, Michael Pitt, Brent Sexton, Hannah Simone, Kathleen Robertson and Steve Little.
Monday, April 30th 2012
Maya Rudolph, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler at the Comedy Awards in NYC, April 28th
Friday, March 16th 2012
Maya Rudolph, Fred Armisen, Aubrey Plaza and Amy Poehler at the LA premiere of Casa De Mi Padre, March 14th
Sunday, March 11th 2012Tweet
Saturday, March 3rd 2012Tweet
Sunday, February 26th 2012
Maya Rudolph - 2012 Oscars, February 26th 2012
All the comedy ladies looked great tonight, but Maya in this aubergine curve hugging bit of wonderful, with all the thick curls cascading over one shoulder is an absolute delight!
Sunday, January 29th 2012Tweet
Friday, December 16th 2011
Maya Rudolph, Kristen Wiig & Rose Byrne
Saturday, December 10th 2011
The Cast of Bridesmaids (Wendi McLendon-Covey, Melissa McCarthy, Maya Rudolph, Ellie Kemper, Kristen Wiig & Rose Byrne) - Entertainment Weekly’s Entertainers of the Year 2011 by Martin Schoeller, December 16th 2011
Mindy Kaling on Bridesmaids:
A lot of crazy, incredible, over-the-top things happen in Bridesmaids, but the movie really succeeds because of the relationship between Kristen’s and Maya’s characters. I love seeing friendships between women realistically portrayed, and that was a beautifully depicted best-friendship - one wasn’t just the sidekick to the other. But then all the characters in the movie were fully formed. I love the scene where we first meet Melissa McCarthy’s character and all Kristen asks her is “How’s it going?” And Melissa says it’s going great, but she fell of a cruise ship, she hit every railing going down, a dolphin saved her, and how she has pins in her leg. I knew nothing about Melissa McCarthy until I saw the movie, and as an opening scene for an actress it was just magnificent. The fact that Bridesmaids did as well as it did was an amazing accomplishment. And I love that the movie wasn’t sold as “Get All Your Girlfriends and Go See Bridedsmaids!” It was just “Everybody Go See Bridesmaids, It’s a Funny, Awesome Movie.”