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MISSI PYLE (Peggy Braden) starred in the 2005 hit, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” opposite Johnny Depp, and she also starred alongside Anna Faris in NBC's "Blue Skies.”

Pyle appeared in another Tim Burton tale, "Big Fish,” and gave memorable turns in "Soul Plane,” and "Along Came Polly.” Pyle was also a standout in "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story” (2004), playing a powerhouse foreign dodgeball champ for first-time director Rawson Marshall Thurber. She appeared in the recent comedy hits "50 First Dates,” and "Bringing Down the House.”

Born Aschley Kay Pyle, her parents dubbed her ‘Little Missi', a nickname that stuck throughout her life and career. She grew up in Houston, Texas, but moved to Germantown, Tennessee at the age of 12 with her mom and new stepfather. Around this time, Pyle became interested in acting and attended Germantown High School, one of the top three performing arts high schools in the country. Her career was laid out for her.

She attended the prestigious North Carolina School of the Arts and after graduation, moved to New York to pursue a career in theater. One of her first roles was opposite John Malkovich in Chicago's Steppenwolf Theater Company's "The Libertine.”

After moving to Los Angeles, Pyle guest starred on television shows such as "Mad About You,” "The Drew Carey Show” and "Friends” before landing a feature role in Jim Brooks' As Good as it Gets. She is also known for her standout turn in "Galaxy Quest” opposite Tim Allen and Sigourney Weaver.

Pyle has just recently finished filming "Mojave Phone Booth” with Annabeth Gish, and "Stormbreaker” with Ewan McGregor and Mickey Rourke.


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