She also contributed to the script of the animated film “Cars” (2006), where she voiced the character Sally.Her voice can also be heard in “A Bug's Life” (1998, as Rosie), “Monsters, Inc.” (2001, as Flint) and “Toy Story 3” (2010, as Dolly).On July 8, 1988, Bonnie married investment banker John Murphy. Cars While working as a nurse in Chicago, Bonnie Hunt took small roles in plays and started her comedy training at The Second City.
By 1986, she had performed as a member of the world renowned comedy troupe The Second City in productions like “Jean Paul Sartre and Ringo,” “Bright Lights, Night Baseball” and “How Green Were My Values.” Hunt made her feature acting debut in the Barry Levinson critically acclaimed successful drama “Rain Man” (1988), starring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise.
In the movie, she played a waitress named Sally Dibbs.
From then on, she was frequently invited to appear on the show.
Her friendship with Letterman also spawned the short lived sitcom “The Building,” which she created, starred in, wrote and co-executive produced (with Letterman).
Hopefully, I have learned something from watching him for so many years that I can offer that to a guest.