Anna Chlumsky became America's sweetheart as the baby-faced star of the 1991 coming-of-age story My Girl. As Vada, an 11-year-old girl struggling with the death of her mother, and later, her best friend, she delivered an unforgettable performance before she left acting in the late '90s to go to college. Thankfully, Chlumsky eventually returned to the stage and the screen, this time to show off her comedy chops. In HBO's brilliant political satire Veep, the actress gets to show off both her dramatic and comedic range as Vice President Selina Meyers' tireless, overworked, underappreciated Chief of Staff who will do anything and everything to help her boss keep out of trouble and on the ticket.
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