Rudolph (right) with Matt Sharp
|Birth name||Maya Khabira Rudolph|
|Born||July 27, 1972 (age 50)|
Maya Khabira Rudolph (born July 27, 1972) is an American actress, comedian, and singer.
Rudolph was the original drummer of That Dog, but left the band when she moved away from Los Angeles to attend college. She was replaced by Tony Maxwell, who has been the band's drummer for their entire professional run. Rudolph joined the Rentals in late 1995 as a touring member of the band, and appeared on the band's sophomore album, Seven More Minutes. Following her stint with the Rentals, Rudolph joined the Groundlings improv troupe and rose to prominence as a cast member of Saturday Night Live from 2000-2007.
- "Waiting" - (appears in music video only) (1996)
- Seven More Minutes
- "Barcelona" - vocals (1999)
- "My Head Is in the Sun" - vocals (1999)
- Matt Sharp concert: 12/22/02 - Los Angeles, CA
- "Not Tonight" (Tegan and Sara cover) - lead vocals (2004)
- Touring musician (vocals, keyboards) (1995-1999)
- Old LP - vocals (2019)
- Appears in the music video for "Just the Way"
- Opened for the band for the second date of their reunion shows in August of 2011. Rudolph performed Prince covers under the name "Princess."
- ↑ YouTube. (2019). That Dog. - Old Lp Mini-Documentary ft. Maya Rudolph. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIit4b_9l10&t=251s.