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Beth Littleford

Beth Littleford
Littleford at the Night of Comedy 9 benefit to support the Children Affected by AIDS Foundation (CAAF) in Beverly Hills, California.
Born Elizabeth Anna Halcyon Littleford
(1968-07-17) July 17, 1968
Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
Occupation Actress/Comedienne
Years active 1996–present
Spouse(s) Rob Fox (1998-present; 2 children)

Elizabeth Anna Halcyon "Beth" Littleford[1] (born July 17, 1968) is an American actress, comedienne, and television personality. She is perhaps best known for being one of the original correspondents on the popular Comedy Central satirical news series The Daily Show from 1996 to 2000; she is also known as Tripp's mother Beth Campbell from I'm in the Band and Avery's mother, Ellen Jennings in Dog with a Blog.


  • Personal life 1
  • Career 2
  • Filmography 3
    • Film 3.1
    • Television (selected) 3.2
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Personal life

Littleford was born in Nashville, the daughter of Jackie, a professor, and Philip O. Littleford, a cardiologist and inventor. She grew up in Winter Park, Florida.[1] She lives in Los Angeles, California with her husband, producer and director Rob Fox. Littleford and Fox have one son, Jackson Oliver Fox, born on July 30, 2005. The couple adopted a daughter, Halcyon ‘Hallie’ Juna, who was born on March 23, 2012.[2]


Littleford guest-starred on numerous television programs during the late 1990s and 2000s such as Spin City (where she had a multi-year occasional role), The West Wing, Family Guy, and Frasier. Littleford was also a celebrity commentator on VH1's I Love the 80s Strikes Back in 2003, I Love the 90s in 2004, I Love the 90s: Part Deux in 2005, I Love the New Millennium and The Great Debate in 2009. She was the female lead on the short-lived Fox series Method and Red, and also starred as Ben Tennyson's mother Sandra in Ben 10: Race Against Time, and reprised the role in the Ben 10: Alien Force episode 20 and again in Ben 10: Ultimate Alien. More recently, Littleford appeared in TV commercials for Laughing Cow cheese and a hotel chain. She starred in the Disney XD original show I'm in the Band, the 2010 Disney channel movie Starstruck, and played Suzanne Berger on MTV's The Hard Times of RJ Berger and Dana on ABC's Desperate Housewives. She also plays the Cascade Kitchen Counselor on the TV commercials (2012). She currently has a starring role in the Disney Channel original series Dog with a Blog.



Year Title Role Notes
1998 A Cool, Dry Place Suzanne
1999 The 24 Hour Woman Lynn Shapiro
Picture This Patty
Mystery, Alaska Janice Pettiboe
2002 Unconditional Love Morning Chicago TV Host TV Movie
2003 The Big Wide World of Carl Laemke Laurie Laemke
2005 Saddam 17 The receptionist
2007 Ben 10: Race Against Time Sandra Tennyson TV Movie
2008 Drillbit Taylor Barbara
Happy Campers Lexy
2009 Veiled Marie
Take 2 Amy Main Role
2010 Starstruck Barbara Olson
2011 Crazy, Stupid, Love Claire Riley
2012 Music High Kyle
Kidnap Party Alison Slater Supporting Role
2013 Movie 43 Mrs. Cutler Segment "The Thread"
It's Not You, It's Me Sandy

Television (selected)

Year Title Role Notes
1996-2000 The Daily Show Correspondent Beth Littleford 151 episodes
1998-2000 Spin City Deirdre 8 episodes
2007 Kim Possible Various voices Episode: "Fashion Victim"
2007-2015 Phineas and Ferb Various voices
2007 Ben 10: Race Against Time Sandra Tennyson TV-Movie
2008- Ben 10: Alien Force
Ben 10: Ultimate Alien
Ben 10: Omniverse
Sandra Tennyson
Isosceles Right Triangle Vreedle
2009–2010 Rules of Engagement Laura 3 episodes
2010–2011 I'm in the Band Beth Campbell
The Hard Times of RJ Berger Suzanne Berger
Desperate Housewives Dana 2 episodes
2011 Melissa & Joey Aidan's mom
2012–2015 Dog with a Blog Ellen Jennings-James Main Role


  1. ^ a b Beth Littleford Biography (1968-)
  2. ^ "Beth Littleford Welcomes Daughter Halcyon Juna".  

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