21 Facts About Bonnie Hunt


Bonnie Lynn Hunt was born on September 22,1961 and is an American actress, comedian, director, producer, writer and television host.


Bonnie Hunt starred in Grand and Davis Rules, as well as creating, producing, writing, and starring in The Building, Bonnie, and Life with Bonnie.


Bonnie Lynn Hunt was born on September 22,1961, in Chicago, to Robert Edward Hunt, an electrician, and Alice E Hunt, a homemaker.


Bonnie Hunt's father was of Irish and Belgian ancestry and her mother is of Polish descent.


Bonnie Hunt has three older brothers named Patrick, Kevin, and Tom, two older sisters named Cathy and Carol, and a younger sister named Mary.


In 1982, Bonnie Hunt worked as an oncology nurse at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago.


Bonnie Hunt performed as a member of Chicago's world-famous the Second City, joining in 1986.


In 1988, while a nurse, Bonnie Hunt auditioned on her lunch break for the role of waitress Sally Dibbs in Rain Man and won it.


Bonnie Hunt refused to become a cast member of Saturday Night Live because the series' producers generally frowned on her preferred improvisational style.


In 1993, Bonnie Hunt teamed with good friend David Letterman to produce The Building.


In 1995, Hunt and Letterman reteamed for The Bonnie Hunt Show, which featured many of the same cast members as The Building and the same loose style.


In 2002, Hunt returned to television with Life with Bonnie.


Bonnie Hunt announced on Live with Regis and Kelly that ABC had offered her another sitcom, in which she would have portrayed a divorced detective.


Bonnie Hunt directed, co-wrote, and co-starred in Return to Me.


Bonnie Hunt has provided her voice for a total of eight Pixar films: A Bug's Life as Rosie, Monsters, Inc as Ms.


The Bonnie Hunt Show premiered on Monday, September 8,2008.


The Bonnie Hunt Show taped in Culver City, California, and was viewed in 17 of the top 20 US television markets in the United States.


In 2010, Bonnie Hunt was nominated for "Outstanding Talk Show Host" at the Daytime Emmy Awards.


Bonnie Hunt is a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan, having not missed an opening day at Wrigley Field since 1977.


Bonnie Hunt was in attendance in Cleveland, along with fellow Cubs fans Eddie Vedder, Bill Murray and John Cusack, for the Cubs' historic Game 7 victory during the 2016 World Series.


Bonnie Hunt is a supporter of the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, of which she is an honorary board member.