Abby Elliott is the first third-generation cast member of Saturday Night Live (SNL), following in the footsteps of her father, Chris Elliott, and her grandfather, Bob Elliott.

Despite her comedy roots, Abby Elliott initially aspired to be a dramatic actress and studied theatre at Marymount Manhattan College before joining the Upright Citizens Brigade. 

Abby auditioned for SNL with impressions of Angelina Jolie and Zooey Deschanel, proving her incredible versatility from the start.

While on SNL, Abby Elliott held the record for the youngest female cast member until Pete Davidson joined the show.

In addition to her SNL success, Abby Elliott has lent her voice to several animated projects, including King of the Hill and the film ParaNorman.

Abby's net worth is estimated to be around $4 million, which she has amassed through her work in TV, film, and voice acting.

Abby Elliott is a talented painter and even showcased her artwork on social media, revealing a hidden artistic side.

She appeared on the cover of the prestigious Vanity Fair magazine in their 2011 Hollywood Issue.

Abby Elliott starred in the 2016 film "Clara's Ghost," directed by her sister, Bridey Elliott, and featuring her entire family in the cast. 

As an advocate for mental health, Abby Elliott has been candid about her personal struggles with anxiety and depression.

She has a close friendship with fellow comedian and SNL alumna Nasim Pedrad, with the two often sharing their bond on social media.

Abby Elliott married television writer Bill Kennedy in 2016, and they welcomed their first child, Edith Pepper Kennedy, in October 2020.