For the past six seasons, Mimi Kennedy has delighted audiences with her portrayal of Marjorie Armstrong-Perugian, a recently widowed, alcoholic cancer survivor with many pet cats on CBS' Mom. Initially a guest character, Kennedy was promoted to series regular in the show's second season, and more recently was again promoted when the series changed its opening credits to include her. After 40 years in the business, and an impressive list of guest-starring credits, it's a promotion Kennedy welcomed, although something she never actually sought out. "I tended to go from show to show and I often look back at my credits and wonder what was going on there?," Kennedy pondered during a recent chat with MediaVillage in her Los Angeles home. "I didn't know about series [television] and becoming a series regular. I tended to do whatever came along and got to work with the likes of Peter Cook on The Two of Us and Stockard Channing on Just Friends.
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