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ARI GRAYNOR (Daisy Darling) stars in 20th Century Fox's The Sitter, with Jonah Hill and Sam Rockwell; Lucky, with Colin Hanks and Jeffrey Tambor; Celeste and Jesse Forever, opposite Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg; and Ten Year, written and directed by Jamie Linden, also starring Channing Tatum and Rosario Dawson.

Earlier, Graynor starred in Holy Rollers, with Jesse Eisenberg and Justin Bartha (Sundance 2010); and in Conviction, starring Hilary Swank and Sam Rockwell. Her additional film credits include roles in Miguel Arteta's Youth In Revolt, Volt, with Michael Cera; Drew Barrymore's feature directorial debut, Whip It! also starring Ellen Page and Kristen Wiig; Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, starring Michael Cera and Kat Dennings; An American Crime (Sundance Film Festival 2007), with Catherine Keener and Ellen Page; Michael Hoffman's Game 6 (Sundance Film Festival 2005), with Michael Keaton and Robert Downey Jr; The Great New Wonderful, with Maggie Gyllenhaal; Bereft, directed by Tim Daly and Clark Matthias; Christopher Guest's For Your Consideration; and Book of Love (Sundance Film Festival 2004). Her feature film debut was in Clint Eastwood's Academy Award®-winning film Mystic River.

Graynor recently returned to the stage in the world premiere Broadway production of Relatively Speaking, three one-act comedies written by Ethan Coen, Elaine May and Woody Allen; Graynor appears in Woody Allen's one-act titled Honeymoon Motel, under the direction of actor John Turturro. Graynor was last seen on stage in the Second Stage Theater production, Trust, written by Paul Weitz and directed by Peter DuBois. She starred opposite Zach Braff, Bobby Cannavale and Sutton Foster. She made her Broadway debut in Donald Margulies's Brooklyn Boy at the Manhattan Theater Club, which garnered Graynor a 2005 Clarence Derwent Award for Most Promising Female Actress. Two years later she starred in The Little Dog Laughed, a 2007 Tony® Award nominee for Best Play. She also appeared in the hit off-Broadway play Dog Sees God.

Known to television audiences for her portrayal of Meadow Soprano's troubled roommate, Caitlin, on The Sopranos, Graynor also recurs on Fringe as the younger sister to the female lead played by Anna Torv. Graynor's additional television credits include roles on Law & Order: SVU, Veronica Mars, CSI Miami and Numbers.

Graynor has been singled out by Entertainment Weekly as one of the Top 25 Funniest Actresses in Hollywood and received the Comedy Award at the 2009 Hollywood Life Young Hollywood Awards.

Graynor was born in Boston, Massachusetts and currently resides in both New York City and Los Angeles.

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