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LIZZY CAPLAN (Marlena) has, in just a short time, built a burgeoning career with a diverse body of work. Her breakout role was as Janis Ian in the hit Paramount feature film "Mean Girls” and she will soon be seen in "Crossing Over,” starring Harrison Ford, Sean Penn and Ray Liotta. In addition, Caplan recently signed on to star in the Lionsgate feature "Bachelor No. 2,” opposite Kate Hudson, Alec Baldwin and Dane Cook. Other recent film credits include the independent film "Love Is the Drug,” which premiered at the 2006 Slamdance Film Festival. She also starred opposite Campbell Scott in the indie film "Crashing,” which was directed by Gary Walkow.

Caplan has had several successful forays in television as well, with the likes of Mike Scully, Mike White, Seth MacFarlane and Judd Apatow, to name just a few. Last year she starred in the CBS comedy series "The Class” created by David Crane and Jeffery Klarik, and in addition to critical acclaim was named as one of the "10 Actors to Watch” by Daily Variety, "So Five Minutes From Now” by Entertainment Weekly; and the Fresh Face of Fall by TV's "The Insider.” Prior to "The Class,” Caplan starred in Marta Kaufman's WB series "Related,” Fox's "Tru Calling” and "Undeclared,” and NBC's "Freaks and Geeks.”

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