Seth Meyers, Amy Poehler and Sarah Palin

From SNL to Parks and Recreation, Amy Poehler is equal parts hilarious and prolific.

Amy Poehler got her start on Saturday Night Live in 2001, delivering laughs and nailing her impressions of Kelly Ripa, Hillary Clinton and Sharon Osbourne. In 2004, she became a co-anchor of Weekend Update with former SNL star Tina Fey and now Late Night host Seth Meyers. Poehler left the NBC series in 2008 and made a name for herself as comedian and actor, starring in films like Inside Out, Baby Mama, The House and more. Poehler has also produced several TV series, directed a film, and released a book. Not to mention her Golden Globe winning performance as Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation.

In honor of Poehler's birthday, we taking a look back at some of her most hilarious skits on SNL.

Happy Birthday, Amy!

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In 2008 former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin appeared on SNL, where Poehler unleashed her rapping skills on the mic about killing moose, the bridge to nowhere and her husband. The skit features backup Eskimos (Andy Samberg and Fred Armisen) and Jason Sudekis as her husband.

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