Beth won widespread notoriety during her stint as the female correspondent for the first four years on "The Daily Show" and for her annual Barbara Walters parody The Beth Littleford Interview Special. During this time, Beth also played the sex-crazed Deirdre for two seasons on ABC's "Spin City" (the show responsible for her move away from The Daily Show and out to LA.)
Since then, Beth has done several pilots; has guest-starred on many shows including "Without A Trace," "Frasier, Joey, "The West Wing," "Boston Public" and "Still Standing;" and has had recurring roles on "One on One" and "Life with Bonnie." She has also lent her voice to several episodes of The Family Guy.
In 2004, Beth starred in the Fox sitcom, "Method and Red". In its review of the show, Entertainment Weekly said "The Daily Show's whip-smart Beth Littleford is squirmingly good." EW later cited "sharp supporting players like Daily Show alum Beth Littleford" as a reason for including "Method and Red" on 'The Must List.'
Look for her in Judd Apatows upcoming movie, Drillbit Taylor with Owen Wilson and in The Cartoon Networks first live action movie, Ben 10: Race Against Time. Other movies include David E. Kelley's "Mystery, Alaska" with Russell Crowe and PJ Hogan's "Unconditional Love".
You may have also seen Beth in ad campaigns for Xerox, IBM, Diet Pepsi, Cisco or Cheez-its, or on one of VH-1's endless stream of shows in which she has to wax nostalgic about last Tuesday.
Beth lives in LA with her husband, Rob Fox (whom she met when they started working on the Daily Show together in 1996,) and their 2 year old, Jackson.