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LISA KUDROW (Mom) Emmy Award-winning actress Lisa Kudrow continues to bring her original sense of comedic timing and delivery to every role she takes on and is able to venture between films to television to the internet with ease.

Lisa made her feature film debut in the Albert Brooks' comedy Mother in 1996. Following Mother she starred opposite Toni Collette and Parker Posey in Clockwatchers (1997) and in the critically acclaimed hit comedy Romy & Michele's High School Reunion (1997) with Mira Sorvino which garnered her widespread popularity with film audiences.

She went on to star in The Opposite of Sex for writer/director Don Roos (1998); Analyze This (1999) and the sequel Analyze That (2002) with Robert DeNiro and Billy Crystal; Lucky Numbers (2000) with John Travolta; Hanging Up (2000) opposite Meg Ryan and Diane Keaton; Wonderland (2004) with Val Kilmer; Happy Endings (2005) for writer/director Don Roos; Kabluey (2007) P.S. I Love You (2007) with Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler; Hotel for Dogs (2008); Paper Man (2009) opposite Emma Stone, Jeff Daniels and Ryan Reynolds; Bandslam (2009); Easy A (2010) with Emma Stone, Stanley Tucci, Patricia Clarkson and Thomas Hayden Church and Neighbors (2014) & Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016) with Zac Efron and Seth Rogen and the psychological thriller Girl on the Train (2016) for director Tate Taylor.

In March 2017, Lisa stars with Anna Kendrick in Jeffrey Blitz's Table 19 and she voices a role in the Dreamworks Animation family comedy The Boss Baby. Steve Buscemi, Alec Baldwin and Jimmy Kimmel also voice characters in the film.

Lisa has always received rave reviews for her feature film roles. She won the Best Supporting Actress Award from the New York Film Critics, an Independent Spirit Award nomination and a Chicago Film Critics Award nomination for her role in The Opposite of Sex. She won a Blockbuster Award and received a nomination for an American Comedy Award for her starring role in the box office hit Analyze This for director Harold Ramis.


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