Lennon Parham is an American actress and comedienne best known for her starring role as Abby in the television sitcom Accidentally on Purpose, from 2009-2010.
She also has a starring role as Maggie Caruso, Emma's best friend since childhood who finds herself pregnant and newly single after a sudden separation from her husband, in the television sitcom Playing House. She co-created the series with Jessica St. Clair.
Parham began her comedy career at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in N.Y.
She graduated with a B.S. in Theatre from the University of Evansville in Indiana and taught French for two years with Teach for America at TL Weston High School in Greenville, Miss., before moving to N.Y.
After graduating from the Second City New York program, she began attending classes at U.C.B. Eventually, she became involved in the comedy Improv shows Asssscat 3000 and Reuben Williams, as well as becoming a member of the UCBT Touring Company.
Previous New York-based Improv and Sketch credits have included Showgirls: the Best Movie Ever Made. Ever!, The Shoves, Dillinger and We Built This City on Rent Control (Second City N.Y.).
Her New York theatre credits include Elephant in the Room! (N.Y. Fringe), Crepuscule, Hold the Fat, Until We Find Each Other and many other workshops with the O'Neill Playwrights Conference, Stage 13 and MCC's young playwrights group.
She appeared in the feature film Confessions of a Shopaholic.
Lennon divides her time between Los Angeles and New York with her husband.