Arden VanAmringe Myrin (/məˈrn/; born December 10, 1973) is an American actress and comedian. Myrin plays Regina Sinclair on the Netflix series Insatiable. She joined the cast of season seven of Showtime's Shameless, and appeared in the world premiere of Steve Martin's play Meteor Shower at the Long Wharf Theatre. Her television credits include Orange Is the New Black, Hung, Key & Peele, Inside Amy Schumer, W/ Bob & David, Psych, Bones, Fresh Off the Boat, Suburgatory, 2 Broke Girls, Reno 911!, and Gilmore Girls, among others. From 1997 to 1999, Arden played the regular role of Abby Cosgrove on Working, an NBC sitcom starring Fred Savage. Arden will be seen next in the feature film Extracurricular Activities.

Arden Myrin
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Myrin at the opening night of Steve Martin's play Meteor Shower in October 2016
Born (1973-12-10) December 10, 1973 (age 46)
Little Compton, Rhode Island, U.S.
Years active1996–present
Dan Martin (m. 2007)

Myrin has appeared in many films, including the Sundance Films Bachelorette, and Wrong Cops and Wrong both made by Mr. Oizo, as well as Kinsey, Morning Glory, and others.

Arden's theater credits include Robert O'Hara's Barbecue at The Public Theater in New York City, as well as the premiere of John Ross Bowie's play about The Ramones Four Chords and A Gun at the Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles. Arden was in the original New York City production of David Mamet's Boston Marriage at the Public Theater, and appeared in Hay Fever directed by Darko Tresnjak at the Westport Country Playhouse.

As a comedian Arden tours across the country and co-hosts a comedy show Tinkle Twins at Meltdown Comics with Dana Gould. Arden appeared on Chelsea Lately over 100 times, and is a regular panelist on @midnight.

She was cast member of Mad TV for the last four seasons along with Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Ike Barinholtz, and Bobby Lee. She has appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, The Howard Stern Show, WTF with Marc Maron, and RuPaul's Drag Race. Arden is also the host of the Nerdist podcast Will You Accept This Rose? about The Bachelor/The Bachelorette franchise.

Early life and educationEdit

Myrin was born in Little Compton, Rhode Island, a quiet seaside village. Her father was an accountant, and her mother was a real estate agent. She has an older brother, Alarik. As a child, she staged her neighborhood plays, and enjoyed seeing Annie on Broadway. Myrin attended the Friends Academy in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, where she graduated. She then attended Middlesex School in Concord, Massachusetts for high school. She is of Swedish and Norwegian heritage.[1]

Afterwards, Myrin attended Colorado College, a small liberal arts school, where she received a degree in theater and studio arts. She was elected commencement speaker at her graduation. During one college break, Myrin began to study improvisational comedy and worked as an intern on NBC's Late Night with Conan O'Brien, where she admits she "mostly ran the Xerox machine."


Soon after graduation, Myrin briefly moved to Chicago, where she became a member of the Improv Olympic and later re-located to New York City and Los Angeles, where she was part of the same group. One of her memorable standup comedian acts included a section of her own life experiences called Straight Outta Lil' Compton. Myrin also trained with the Los Angeles comedy troupes The Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade.

Mad TVEdit

Myrin officially joined the cast of Mad TV in 2005 as a repertory performer for the eleventh season and remained with the show until it was canceled in 2009. Notable celebrity impressions she has done include Avril Lavigne, Nicole Kidman, Tara Reid, Alex Borstein (as Lois Griffin from Family Guy), and Jennifer Love Hewitt.

Personal lifeEdit

On December 30, 2007, Myrin married Dan Martin, a comedy writer she first met in 2001.[2]



Year Title Role Notes
1997 I Think I Do Wendy
1997 Deconstructing Harry Mary
1997 In & Out Student
1998 The Impostors Stewardess with luggageas
1999 30 Days Stacey
2000 What Women Want Darcy's assistant
2001 Bubble Boy Lorraine
2002 Highway Lucy
2002 Auto Focus Hippie girl
2003 Farm Sluts Larry's co-worker
2003 Soul Mates Julie
2003 Dry Cycle Sarah
2004 Kinsey Emily
2004 Whistlin' Dixie Bunny LeVine
2004 Christmas with the Kranks Daisy
2005 Heart of the Beholder Patty
2005 I'm Not Gay Foreperson
2007 Evan Almighty Evan's staffer
2009 The Informant! Sarah Scott
2012 Wrong Gabrielle
2013 Wrong Cops Shirley
2018 Daphne & Velma Principal Piper
2019 I Hate Kids Janice Bodicker
2019 Extracurricular Activities Connie Dawkins
2019 Satanic Panic Gypsy Neumieir
2019 Emmett Carol Jensen
2019 Radioflash Nancy post-production
2020 HeadShop Shelby post-production


Year Title Role Notes
1997–1999 Working Abby Cosgrove 39 episodes
1999 Just Shoot Me! Amy Episode: "Hello Goodbye"
2000 Nikki Amy Episode: "The Ex Factor"
2001 Friends Brenda Episode: "The One with the Stain"
2003 On the Spot Caramel 5 episodes
2004 I'm with Her Girl Episode: "Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Celebrity"
2004 Reno 911! Miss Nude Reno 1 Episode: "Dangle's Wife Visits"
2005 Kitchen Confidential Wendy 2 episodes
2005–2009, 2016 Mad TV Various characters 82 episodes (seasons 11–14)
2006 Gilmore Girls Claude Episode: "Bridesmaids Revisited"
2006 Modern Men Marcy Episode: "The Breakup"
2007–2008 That's So Hollywood Herself 2 episodes
2007–2015 Good Day LA Herself 3 episodes
2008–2014 Chelsea Lately Herself
2009 True Jackson, VP Jenna Lutrell Episode: "Red Carpet"
2009 Royal Pains Bonnie Day Episode: "If I Were a Sick Man"
2009 Ruby & the Rockits Erica Episode: "Do You Want to Blow a Secret?"
2009 Michael and Michael Have Issues Various characters 3 episodes
2009 It's On with Alexa Chung Herself Regular guest
2010 Party Down Vanna De Milo Episode: "James Ellison Funeral"
2011 Hot in Cleveland Jasmine Breeze Episode: "Dog Tricks, Sex Flicks & Joy's Fix"
2011 Hung Joanie Episode: "Don't Give Up on Detroit or Hung Like a Horse"
2011 RuPaul's Drag Race Herself (guest judge) Episode: "Ru Ha Ha"
2011–2012 Suburgatory Jocelyn 4 episodes
2011, 2013 Psych Chelsea 2 episodes
2012 Delocated Marlo Episode: "Midnight Munchingtons"
2013 Inside Amy Schumer Mail girl Episode: "A Porn Star Is Born"
2013 Orange Is the New Black Dr. Brooks Episode: "Lesbian Request Denied"
2013 The Soul Man Danielle Episode: "Love Thy Neighbor"
2013 Key & Peele Marcy Whitchurch Episode: "Black Ice"
2014 @midnight Herself 4 episodes
2014 Legit Tess 2 episodes
2014 Anger Management Paula Episode: "Charlie Gets Trashed"
2014 Quick Draw Belle Starr 2 episodes
2015 The Exes Stacy Episode: "Get Her to the Greek"
2015 Fresh Off the Boat Ashley Alexander 3 episodes
2015 Bones Lori Tucker Episode: "The Putter in the Rough"
2015 K.C. Undercover Candice Adams Episode: "Enemy of the State"
2015 2 Broke Girls Jodie Episode: "And the Gym and Juice"
2016 Hidden America with Jonah Ray Anne Acton Episode: "Seattle: Breaking Through the Gray"
2016 Shameless Dollface Delores 5 episodes
2017 Still the King Kaitlynn 8 episodes
2018 Corporate Courtney Episode: "Remember Day"
2018 Grey's Anatomy Kirsten Episode: "All of Me"
2018–present Insatiable Regina Sinclair Recurring role (season 1); main role (season 2)
2018 Adam Ruins Everything Cathy Marciola Episode: "Adam Ruins Sleep"
2019 The Magicians Helen Episode: "Marry... Kill"
2019 Teachers Trish Episode: "The Final Robe"


  1. ^ "Making It Podcast: Episode 17". The Nerdist. November 7, 2011. Archived from the original on October 19, 2013. Retrieved October 6, 2012. Myrin mentions she's Swedish and Norwegian around the one minute mark
  2. ^ Marialisa Calta (2008-01-06). "Vows: Arden Myrin and Dan Martin". The New York Times. Archived from the original on March 22, 2014. Retrieved 2008-01-06.

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