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D'Arcy Carden

A charming actress with a gift for comedy, Emmy nominee D'Arcy Carden continues to endear audiences with appearances in critically acclaimed projects.

Carden received a 2020 Emmy nomination for "Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy" for her memorable role as 'Janet', in NBC's hit comedy, "The Good Place." She has received continued praise for the role including acknowledgement by The Hollywood Reporter's TV Critics as a "Picture Perfect Performance." The show also received a 2020 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series, amongst its seven total Emmy nominations. Carden was nominated for a 2020 Screen Actors Guild Award in the category of "Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series" on behalf of her role as 'Natalie Greer' in HBO's "Barry." Additionally, she won a 2019 Gold Derby TV Award in the category of Best Comedy Supporting Actress on behalf of "The Good Place." The series won a Critics' Choice Television Award for Most Exciting New Series, was named one of the Top 10 TV Programs of the Year in 2017 by the American Film Institute, received a 2019 Golden Globe Award nomination in the category of Best Television Series -- Musical or Comedy and received a 2019 Emmy nomination in the category of Outstanding Comedy Series.

Upcoming, Carden will star in Abbi Jacobson and Will Graham's "A League of Their Own" reboot, which was picked up by Amazon to series. The show will reinterpret Penny Marshall's original movie by exploring race and sexuality through a stellar ensemble of women including Abbi Jacobson, Chante Adams, Gbemisola Ikumelo, Kate Berlant, Kelly McCormack, Roberta Colindrez and Priscilla Delgado. She will also be seen in the 3rd season of "Barry."

On the big screen, Carden will next be seen alongside Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel in "Shotgun Wedding" (Lionsgate). She starred alongside Jake Johnson, Susan Sarandon and JK Simmons in the recently released "Ride The Eagle," which she also produced. Carden was seen in Jay Roach's "Bombshell" alongside Nicole Kidman, Margot Robbie and Charlize Theron. The film is a drama adaptation of the real-life story of sexual misconduct charges allegations were made on Fox News' founder, Roger Ailes. She can also be seen alongside Kiernan Shipka in "Let It Snow," a Netflix film based in a small midwestern town on Christmas Eve, bringing together a group of high school students, IFC's comedy "Greener Grass" which was nominated for a Film Indie Award for Best Screenplay, and Chris Kelly's "Other People" which premiered in competition at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. The film details the struggles of a recently single comedy writer in the midst of the worst year of his life as he returns to Sacramento to care for his dying mother, played by Molly Shannon.

Carden's additional television credits include a multitude of critically acclaimed series including; her recurring role as 'Gemma' on Comedy Central's "Broad City," HBO's Emmy award winning comedy "VEEP," "No Activity" (Paramount+), "Archer" (FX), "Creepshow" (Shudder), and "Bonding" (Netflix).

In addition to her work on screen, Carden is a long-time member of the Upright Citizens Brigade. She regularly performs with her improv group, Search History, and in UCB's longest running show ASSSSCAT.

Originally from the Bay Area and a graduate of Southern Oregon University, Carden currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Jason.