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Paula Pell turned to her teenage diary for her first feature comedy, 'Sisters'

Paula Pell turned to her teenage diary for her first feature comedy, 'Sisters'

As an Emmy Award-winning writer on "Saturday Night Live" for 20 years, Paula Pell helped create and write such iconic characters and sketches as Debbie Downer and the Spartan cheerleaders. She also was a producer and writer on "30 Rock," played Ron Swanson's mother on NBC's "Parks and Recreation" and contributed to the screenplay of the blockbuster 2011 comedy "Bridesmaids."

The second season of her Web comedy series, "Hudson Valley Ballers," which she writes and stars in with fellow "SNL" scribe James Anderson, was recently released.

And now Pell has written her first feature comedy, "Sisters," starring...

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