Judy Greer’s career in both film and television has been extremely prolific, with her appearing in nearly two-hundred roles to date including the Blumhouse reboot of “Halloween,” directed by David Gordon Green, starring alongside Jamie Lee Curtis. The highly anticipated sequel, “Halloween Kills,” was released at the end of last year with Judy once again starring alongside Curtis. Last summer, she shot the Disney+ feature “Hollywood Stargirl” with Uma Thurman and Grace VanderWaal for director Julia Hart which recently dropped on the streamer. She can also recently be seen in the HBO limited series “White House Plumbers” opposite Woody Harrelson and Justin Theroux for director David Mandel, the Blumhouse/NBC/Peacock limited series “The Thing About Pam” alongside Renée Zellweger, and the Susanne Bier-directed Showtime limited anthology series “The First Lady” with Michelle Pfeiffer, Viola Davis, and Gillian Anderson. Judy will next be seen starring in “Reboot” – Steven Levitan’s new series for Hulu & 20th Television alongside Keegan Michael Key, Johnny Knoxville, and Paul Reiser. She is nominated for a 2022 Hollywood Critics Association Award for her role as “Leah Askey” in “The Thing About Pam.”

Judy can recently be seen in the independent feature film “Driven” opposite Jason Sudeikis and Lee Pace, Richard Linklater’s “Where’d You Go Bernadette” opposite Cate Blanchett and “Buffaloed” opposite Zoey Deutch and Jermaine Fowler. Her additional feature credits include Universal’s “Jurassic World,” MGM’s reboot of the Brian DePalma classic “Carrie,” Fox Searchlight’s Academy Award winning “The Descendants” directed by Alexander Payne and starring George Clooney, Jamie Babbit’s “Addicted To Fresno,” Barry Blaustein’s “Peep World,” and Jason Reitman’s “Men, Women & Children.”

Judy previously starred opposite Jim Carrey and Catherine Keener on the Showtime series “Kidding.” For the past twelve years, Judy has voiced the role of Cheryl on the FXX Emmy-winning animated comedy “Archer” and now also voices the lead role of Luna on the PBS kids show “Let’s Go Luna.” Judy starred in the FX comedy series “Married” opposite Nat Faxon and has recurred on Netflix’s “Arrested Development,” Hulu’s “Casual,” CBS’ “Two and a Half Men,” and Showtime’s “Masters of Sex.” She also recently starred in and executive produced the episode “Good Boy” of the Hulu horror anthology series “Into the Dark.”

Other TV credits include Fox’s “American Dad,” ABC’s “Modern Family,” IFC’s “Portlandia,” CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory” and “How I Met Your Mother,” FX’s “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia,” Netflix’s “BoJack Horseman” and “Lady Dynamite,” Showtime’s “Californication” and USA’s “Royal Pains.” In 2012, Judy made her Broadway debut opposite Katie Holmes in “Dead Accounts” and in 2014, released her first book, “I Don’t Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star.”

In 2018, Judy made her feature film directorial debut with “A Happening Of Monumental Proportions.” Produced by Artists First and Depth of Field, AHOMP stars Common, Bradley Whiteford, Allison Janney, Jennifer Garner, Anders Holm, Katie Holmes, Rob Riggle and Storm Reid. The film premiered at the Bentonville Film Festival in May 2017 where it won the Audience Spotlight award.

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