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Comedian and writer Amy Sedaris is known for her outrageous stage and television characters. She is the younger sister of writer David Sedaris.
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Sedaris, who grew up cooking with her mother, ran a small baking business for a short time, which she operated out of her New York City apartment. Her specialties were cupcakes and cheeseballs. Inspired by her continued culinary interests, Sedaris authored several satirical lifestyle books: I Like You: Hospitality Under the Influence (2006) and Crafts for Poor People (2011).
Sedaris has never married, but did joke about her mythical boyfriend, Ricky. The two were a pair for years, joked Sedaris on The Late Show with David Letterman. In 2009, she told Letterman she'd moved on from Ricky and married another man named Glenn (also imaginary), who is a diseased merchant marine.
Amy Sedaris resides in New York City.
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