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Karen Walker is one of a kind, with a straight-up martini, handful of pills, and sharp critique of whatever it is you’re wearing at the ready. But the beloved sitcom’s resident troublemaker started out differently. The woman herself, MEGAN MULLALLY, explains Karen’s journey.
Megan Mullally


I had actually already auditioned for the role of Grace when they called me in to audition for Karen. I didn’t want to play the bougie best friend because I didn’t think I could bring anything

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