Elizabeth was a senior copywriter for Foote, Cone & Belding when she visited the set of “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” to overlook an advertisement skit for the company. The moment Conan saw her sitting alongside the audience, he knew that she was “the one” and didn’t waste time in asking her out. Heck, I might even check NBC’s archives just to see if his reaction upon seeing her in the crowd was caught on camera.
Eighteen months after Conan saw Elizabeth’s face in the audience, he married her in Seattle in 2002. They have two kids together, Neve and Beckett.
Well then, she sure is lucky. I’ve been in the audience of so many shows and I’m still waiting for someone to swoop me off my feet. At this rate, my cats would get married before I do.