1. She is one half of the musical comedy duo Garfunkel and Oates.
2. Her first major television exposure was her role as Stephanie Gooch in Scrubs.
3. She also provides the voice of Velma Dinkley in Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!, and Sadie in Steven Universe.
4. Her film credits include The Last Hurrah, Bart Got a Room and When in Rome.
5. Micucci appeared in five episodes of Scrubs as Stephanie Gooch, a ukulele player with whom Ted Buckland begins a relationship.
6. She performs her song “Mr. Moon” as well as an adapted version of “Fuck You” , a song she typically performs as part of the musical duo Garfunkel and Oates.
7. In 2009, she starred in the short film Imaginary Larry, co-written and co-directed by Riki Lindhome, her partner in Garfunkel and Oates.
8. In August 2009, Micucci appeared in an advertising campaign for Hillshire Farms and for H & R Block in January 2010.
9. She can also frequently be seen performing with Lindhome in “An Evening with Garfunkel and Oates” at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in Los Angeles. She performed with William H. Macy on the ukulele to promote the DVD release of the film Bart Got a Room.
10. The video has been circulated around the Internet on sites such as YouTube and The Huffington Post.
11. In 2010, Micucci appeared in the Kristen Bell film When in Rome and also in an episode in the sixth season of the TV show Weeds as a slightly sedated waitress.
12. She appeared in some episodes of the HBO series, Bored to Death and appeared as the babysitter/dogsitter/eldersitter Shelley in the series Raising Hope.
13. She also voices the recurring character Sadie on the Cartoon Network animated series Steven Universe.
14. Raj.” Her character, the painfully shy Lucy, first appeared on February 14, 2013.
15. Micucci appeared as a guest judge on King of the Nerds.
16. On April 14, 2014, YouTube channel The Age of Blasphemy released a video entitled “Fuck Me In The Ass Cause I Love Jesus” starring Micucci and Riki Lindhome.
17. The video has as of March 2016 generated over 2.7 million views and generated popularity as a joke on video sharing service Vine.
18. On July 8, 2015, she announced on Twitter that she would provide the voice of Velma Dinkley in the series Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!, with Mindy Cohn continuing to voice Velma in all future direct-to-DVD movies and games.