Ana Gasteyer is best known for her incomparable work on "Saturday Night Live". During her six year stint, she created some of the most famous SNL characters including middle school music teacher Bobbie Moughan-Culp, NPR radio host Margaret Jo, Lilith Fair poetess Cinder Calhoun, as well as spot-on impressions of Martha Stewart, Celine Dion and Hillary Rodham Clinton.
She returned to SNL as Margaret Jo in "NPR'S Delicious Dish" and the infamous "Muffin Top" sketch with Betty White, which Gasteyer created and wrote.
On stage, she made her triumphant Broadway debut as Columbia in "The Rocky Horror Show." Since then, Gasteyer earned raves as Elphaba in "Wicked" on Broadway & originated the role for the Chicago production, earning a Jefferson Award nomination.
Other New York theater credits include the Tony-nominated Broadway productions of "The Royal Family" directed by Doug Hughes, "The Threepenny Opera" with Alan Cumming and Jim Dale, Eve Ensler's acclaimed Off-Broadway hit "The Vagina Monologues" and Manhattan Theatre Club's hit production of "Kimberly Akimbo" by celebrated playwright David Lindsay-Abaire. Ana also she starred as Fanny Brice in "Funny Girl" at the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera.
Gasteyer starred to rave reviews as Fosca in Gary Griffin's production of Sondheim's "Passion" at The Chicago Shakespeare Theater, earning a Jefferson Award nomination for her performance.