Elizabeth Anne Caplan is an American actress and model. Her first acting role was on the cult television series Freaks and Geeks. She received wider recognition with roles in the films Mean Girls and Cloverfield, the latter of which earned her a nomination for the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress. Caplan has also starred on the TV shows Related, The Class, and Party Down. From 2013 to 2016, she played Virginia E. Johnson on the Showtime series Masters of Sex, a role for which she received nominations for a Primetime Emmy, two Satellite Awards, and a Critics' Choice Award. In 2019, Caplan portrayed Annie Wilkes in the Hulu anthology series Castle Rock. Her other film appearances include Hot Tub Time Machine, 127 Hours, Save the Date, Bachelorette, The Interview, Now You See Me 2, Allied, and Extinction.
|Born:||Elizabeth Anne Caplan, June 30, 1982, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Partner(s):||Matthew Perry (2006–2012)|
|Relatives:||Howard Bragman (uncle)|
|IMDb:||Lizzy Caplan's IMDb|
About Lizzy Caplan
Actress who played Janis in Mean Girls and also appeared in the films The Interview and 127 Hours. Her portrayal of Marlena Diamond in the 2008 feature Cloverfield earned her a Saturn Award nomination. She played Casey Klein on the Starz series Party Down and in 2013, she began playing Virginia Johnson on the Showtime series Masters of Sex.
She focused on playing the piano prior to acting.
She played Jason Stackhouse's girlfriend, Amy Burley, in the first season of True Blood.
She began her acting career with a minor role in the critically-acclaimed TV series Freaks and Geeks alongside James Franco.
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