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Judy Greer

Greer at the premiere of 27 Dresses, January 2008
Born Judith Laura Evans
July 20, 1975 (1975-07-20) (age 34)
Livonia, Michigan, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1997–present

Judy Greer (born Judith Laura Evans; July 20, 1975) is an American actress.

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Early life

Greer was born in Livonia, Michigan. Before getting into acting, she trained for almost ten years in classical Russian dance[1] at Bunny Sanford's School of Dance[citation needed] and Milligan School of Ballet. Greer attended Winston Churchill High School in Livonia and is an alumna of the Creative and Performing Arts Program (also known as CAPA). She graduated in 1997 from the theater program at DePaul University. Greer worked a variety of unrelated jobs during college, including employment as a telemarketer and oyster shucker.[1]

Career

Greer started working in a number of commercials. Greer has appeared in a recurring role on the Fox television series, Arrested Development, playing George Bluth, Sr.'s (Jeffrey Tambor) former secretary Kitty Sanchez.

Her film credits include Kissing a Fool, Jawbreaker, Adaptation., The Village, 13 Going on 30, 27 Dresses and The Grand.

Greer starred in the 2008 ABC sitcom, Miss Guided, but the sitcom was canceled shortly after it aired.

In April 2008 Greer appeared as a yoga instructor in the "Get a Mac" ad series alongside John Hodgman and Justin Long.

She also currently voices the character of Carol/Cheryl on the 2010 animated series Archer.[2]

Filmography

Film
Year Film Role Notes
1998 Stricken Cynthia
Kissing a Fool Andrea
1999 Jawbreaker Fern Mayo/Vylette
Three Kings Cathy Daitch
The Big Split Tracy
2000 What Planet Are You From? Rebecca
The Specials Deadly Girl
What Women Want Erin
Sunset Strip Waitress
2001 The Wedding Planner Penny
2002 Adaptation. Alice the Waitress
The Cat Returns Yuki (voice - English version)
2003 The Hebrew Hammer Esther Bloomenbergensteinenthal
I Love Your Work Samantha
2004 13 Going on 30 Lucy Wyman
The Village Kitty Walker
LolliLove Judy
2005 The Amateurs Ellie
Cursed Joanie
The Great New Wonderful Allison
In Memory of My Father Judy
Elizabethtown Heather Baylor
Full Disclosure Brinn
2006 American Dreamz Accordo
The TV Set Alice
2007 The Key Man Karen
The Go-Getter Better Than Toast
The Grand Sharon Andrews
2008 27 Dresses Casey
Visioneers Michelle
2009 Wig Dr. Almay
Love Happens Marty
2010 Barry Munday Ginger Farley
Marmaduke Debbie Winslow
Peep World Laura (post-production)
Love and Other Drugs TBA (post-production)
Henry's Crime Debbie (post-production)
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Early Edition Cindy the Pâtissière Episode "Angels and Devils"
1999 Love & Money Puff Conklin
Maggie Winters Tawny Episode "Girls Night Out"
2001 Silicon Follies
2002 Family Guy Various voices Episode "Family Guy Viewer Mail #1"
2003 Other People's Business
Just Shoot Me! Bridget Episode "Rivals in Romance"
2003-2005 Arrested Development Kitty Sanchez 10 episodes
2004 Nevermind Nirvana Elizabeth
2005 CSI: Miami Pamela Warren Episode "Shootout"
2006 Love Monkey Brandy "Bran" Lowenstein 8 episodes
My Name Is Earl Maggie Lester - The Bearded Lady Episode "Sticks & Stones"
2007 Two and a Half Men Aunt Myra 2 episodes: "Aunt Myra Doesn't Pee a Lot", "Smooth as a Ken Doll"
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Ingrid 'Fatty Mcgoo' Nelson Episode "The Aluminum Monster vs. Fatty McGoo"
Californication Trixie 2 episodes: "California Son", "No Way to Treat a Lady"
WordGirl Desiree Dewey (voice)
2008 Miss Guided Becky Freeley 7 episodes
Suburban Shootout Rebecca
2009 House MD Morgan Episode "Here Kitty"
Archer Cheryl (voice)
ER Tildie Mulligan Episode "T-Minus-6"
Maneater Gravy miniseries
Glenn Martin, DDS Wendy Park (voice)
2010 Modern Family Denise Episode "Truth Be Told"

References

  1. ^ a b Judy Greer - Biography, IMDb
  2. ^ Tim Surette (January 14, 2010). "Archer Shatters the Funny Bone". TV.com. http://www.tv.com/archer-shatters-the-funny-bone/story/20762.html. Retrieved February 20, 2010. 

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