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Pregnant Mindy Kaling is opening up about her dating life after surprising fans with news of her pregnancy last month.
The series centers on liberal lesbian couple Laurel and Marisa who move with their teenage son to Laurel's conservative hometown in Kansas.
Kaling's TV appearances include a 2005 episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, playing Richard Lewis's assistant.
In addition to her work on film and television, Kaling has written two New York Times best-selling memoirs, titled Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? Kaling graduated from Buckingham Browne & Nichols, a private school in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1997.
The following year, she entered Dartmouth College, where she was a member of the improvisational comedy troupe The Dog Day Players and the a cappella group The Rockapellas, was the creator of the comic strip Badly Drawn Girl in The Dartmouth (the college's daily newspaper), and was a writer for the Dartmouth Jack-O-Lantern (the college's humor magazine).
Who in A Wrinkle in Time, the live-action Disney adaptation of the novel. but has been referred to as Mindy since her mother was pregnant with her while her parents were living in Nigeria.
In 2011, Kaling published a memoir, Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? They were already planning to move to the United States and wanted, Kaling said, a "cute American name" for their daughter, and liked the name Mindy from the TV show Mork & Mindy.
In June 2016, it was confirmed that Kaling would star alongside Helena Bonham Carter, Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, and Rihanna in Ocean's Eight, the all-female version of Ocean's Eleven.
It was also reported in September 2016 that she will play Mrs.
Kaling graduated from Dartmouth in 2001 which she co-wrote with her best friend from college, Brenda Withers—who played Matt Damon.
The play was named one of Time magazine's "Top Ten Theatrical Events of The Year" and was "a surprise hit" at the 2002 New York International Fringe Festival. Club, she stated that Kelly is "an exaggerated version of what I think the upper-level writers believe my personality is." She directed the Season 6 episode titled "Body Language," which marked her television directorial debut.
In addition to acting on the show, she was a writer, executive producer, and occasional director for the show throughout most of its run.