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Amy Poehler is an American Film and television actress best known for playing Hillary Clinton on Saturday Night Live. Poehler co-founded The Upright Citizens Brigade, an improv group that went on to have their own Comedy Central sketch series and open theaters and training centers on both coasts. She currently portrays the character of Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation. She also co-starred in the 2008 film Baby Mama with her former Weekend Update co-anchor Tina Fey.

Poehler is married to Will Arnett, making them one of Hollywood's most ridiculously awesome couples. She's also an outspoken feminist who produces a web series called Smart Girls at the Party, about young women who are "changing the world by being themselves".

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