11 Facts About Beth Littleford


Elizabeth Littleford was born on July 17,1968 and is an American actress, comedian and television personality.


Beth Littleford is best known as one of the original correspondents on The Daily Show on Comedy Central from 1996 to 2000.


Beth Littleford was born in Nashville, Tennessee, the daughter of Jackie, a professor, and Philip O Beth Littleford, a cardiologist and inventor.


Early in her acting career, Beth Littleford worked in improvisational theatre with the Chicago City Limits group, founded a sketch comedy troupe, and wrote her own one-woman show, This Is Where I Get Off, which she performed with the Circle Repertory Company.


Beth Littleford is perhaps most famous for her pioneering role as the first female correspondent on The Daily Show.


Beth Littleford has guest-starred on numerous television programs beginning in the late 1990s such as Spin City, The West Wing, Family Guy, and Frasier.


Beth Littleford was a celebrity commentator on VH1's I Love the 80s Strikes Back in 2003, I Love the 90s in 2004, I Love the 90s: Part Deux in 2005, I Love the New Millennium and The Great Debate in 2009.


Beth Littleford was the female lead on the short-lived Fox series Method and Red, and starred as Ben Tennyson's mother Sandra in Ben 10: Race Against Time, and reprised the role in the Ben 10: Alien Force episode 20 and again in Ben 10: Ultimate Alien.


Beth Littleford has appeared in TV commercials for Laughing Cow cheese, Cascade, and a hotel chain.


Beth Littleford starred in the Disney XD original show I'm in the Band, the 2010 Disney channel movie Starstruck, and played Suzanne Berger on MTV's The Hard Times of RJ Berger, Dana on ABC's Desperate Housewives, and the realtor on The Fosters.


In 2021, Beth Littleford was in the film Senior Moment starring William Shatner, Jean Smart and Christopher Lloyd.