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Also in 2009, Mullally starred in the ABC sitcom In the Motherhood.
Based on the original web series, the television adaptation focuses on three mothers.
Mullally starred as Beverly in the acclaimed production of Adam Bock's The Receptionist at the Odyssey Theatre (notably, the longest sold-out run of a show in that theatre's history), for which she was awarded the 2010 Backstage West Garland Award for Best Performance by an Actress.
From April 13 to June 1 in 2014, Mullally starred alongside her real-life husband, Nick Offerman, in Annapurna at the off-Broadway Acorn Theatre on New York's 42nd Street Theatre Row.
Following her graduation from Casady School, she attended Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, where she studied English Literature and Art History, and subsequently became active in Chicago theatre.
She made her series debut in 1986 in The Ellen Burstyn Show.
Also in 2005, Mullally was awarded the Women in Film Lucy Award "in recognition of her innovation in creative works that have enhanced the perception of women through the medium of television".
Following Will & Grace, Mullally hosted her own talk show, The Megan Mullally Show from 2006 to 2007.
Since 2017, she has been reprising the role on NBC's revival of the series.
In 2007, Mullally starred as Elizabeth in Mel Brooks' original Broadway musical, Young Frankenstein.
She can be heard on the cast albums of all three productions.
Mullally guest-starred as 'Bev', an adoption case worker for Liz Lemon in the season-three premiere of NBC sitcom 30 Rock and returned to play the same character two additional times during the show's run.
Other appearances include Kathy Griffin: My Life on The D-List, Campus Ladies, director/actor David Wain's "Wainy Days," an episode of HBO's Funny or Die, and the Funny or Die web video "That's What She Said." Mullally has guest-starred seven times as Tammy Swanson on the NBC series Parks and Recreation, in the episodes "Ron and Tammy," "Ron & Tammy: Part Two," "Li'l Sebastian," "Ron and Tammys," "The Trial of Leslie Knope," "Ron and Diane," and "Ron and Jammy".