Megan Mullally

by madman on December 11, 2016

Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California, United States

Date of Birth: November 12, 1958

Ethnicity: English, Irish, small amounts of German and Welsh, remote Scottish and French

Megan Mullally is an American actress and singer. She is the daughter of Martha J. (Palmer) and Carter Mullally, Jr., an actor. Megan is married to actor Nick Offerman.

Megan’s paternal grandfather was Carter Mullaly (the son of Carolo Charles Borronceo Mullaly and Margaret/Margaretta Chilton Bennett). Margaret was the daughter of Samuel C. Bennett and Ann Mathilda Hill.

Megan’s paternal grandmother was Hattie Belle Hales (the daughter of William Taylor “W T” Hales and Oneta Burnsides). William was the son of Jesse Anderson Hales and Martha Jane Beasley. Oneta was the daughter of Benjamin Franklin Burnsides and Sarepta Jane.

Megan’s maternal grandfather was William Elias Palmer (the son of Tristam Coggeshall Palmer and Emma Louisa Twibell). Tristam was the son of Elias Palmer and Eunice Worth Coggeshall. Emma was the daughter of William Twibell and Mary Hall Brannum.

Megan’s maternal grandmother was Hazel White. Hazel was born in Pennsylvania, to English parents.

Sources: Genealogy of Megan Mullally (focusing on her father’s side) –

Genealogy of Megan’s father (focusing on his mother’s side; through his sister, Marilyn Ann Mullaly) –

Genealogy of Megan Mullally (focusing on her mother’s side) –

Megan’s mother on the 1930 U.S. Census –

photo by kathclick/

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

neiltennant July 4, 2017 at 3:14 pm

i loved her as KAREN WALKER

the same extravaganza and personality like me :-)

follers December 11, 2016 at 6:17 pm

I would guess that Megan’s great-grandfather was named after Saint Charles Borromeo, and not that he was given the name because of Italian ancestry.

neiltennant July 4, 2017 at 3:15 pm

+1 yes the same i thought also

plus don’t forget there are some italian sounding names like BELAMY or COSTELLO which are very common in ireland

andrew July 5, 2017 at 5:31 am

That is because some British/Irish surnames are of Norman origin (from France). “Bellamy” is more common in Devon, Cornwall and Wales than Ireland.

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