ARI GRAYNOR (Marisa) was recently seen in a leading role
opposite Anna Faris and Chris Evans in the New Regency comedy What's Your
Number? She completed work on Ten Year, written and directed by Jamie Linden,
also starring Channing Tatum and Rosario Dawson. The film premiered at the 2011
Toronto International Film Festival. Graynor recently wrapped the films Celeste
and Jesse Forever, opposite Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg; My Mother's Curse
with Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen; and For a Good Time, Call, which Graynor
also executive produced, and also starring Lauren Miller and Justin Long.
Last year, she starred in Lucky, also starring Colin Hanks and Jeffrey Tambor.
Her additional film credits include Holy Rollers, Conviction, Youth In Revolt,
Whip It!, An American Crime, Games 6, The Great New Wonderful, Bereft, For Your
Consideration, and Book of Love. Her feature film debut was in Clint Eastwood's
Academy Award-winning film Mystic River.
Graynor returns to the stage this fall in the world premiere Broadway
production of Relatively Speaking, three one-act comedies written by Ethan Coen,
Elaine May and Woody Allen; Graynor will star in Allen's one-act titled
Honeymoon Hotel under the direction of John Turturro.
Graynor was last seen in the Second Stage Theater production, Trust, written
by Paul Weitz, directed by Peter DuBois; she starred opposite Zach Braff, Bobby
Cannavale and Sutton Foster. Graynor made her Broadway debut in Donald
Margulies's Brooklyn Boy at the Manhattan Theater Club, which garnered her a
2005 Clarence Derwent Award for Most Promising Female Actress. Two years later
Graynor starred on Broadway in The Little Dog Laughed, a 2007 TonyÂ® Award
nominee for Best Play. She also appeared in the hit off-Broadway play, Dog Sees
Among Graynor's many stand-out television credits are her portrayal of Meadow
Soprano's troubled roommate Caitlin, on The Sopranos, and her recurring role on
Fringe as the younger sister of the female lead played by Anna Torv.
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.
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