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In 2013, Amber joined the writing staff of Late Night with Seth Meyers and became the first African American woman ever to write for a late-night talk show.
She quickly became one of the show’s all-star contributors, performing regularly in sketches and gleeful recurring segments like “Amber Says What!?“
You may also have seen her on Comedy Central’s Detroiters – she played the lovable Officer Molly and wrote for the show, too.
She’s currently developing a sitcom called Village Gazette at NBC — we hope it gets picked up to series!
More Good Work by Amber:
- Amber Ruffin Explains Alabama’s Abortion Ban
- Drunk History: The Little Rock Nine
- Amber Ruffin Remakes Art Created by Problematic Men
- White Savior: The Movie Trailer
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