In 2013, KERI RUSSELL ("Jane Hayes") stars in the new original FX series The Americans, a drama that centers on
Russian sleeper cells operating within the United States in the 1980s. She also starred in the
recently released Dark Skies, a science fiction-horror thriller.
The Award-winning actress previously played the eponymous character Felicity on the WB. On
the show, Felicity Porter's rash decision to follow her high school crush to New York becomes a
path to self-discovery. For her efforts, Russell won a Golden Globe Award in 1999.
Simultaneously, Russell added to her motion picture credits, with roles in Eight Days a Week,
The Curve, Mad About Mambo and the Vietnam War drama, We Were Soldiers.
After Felicity concluded, Russell moved to New York City where she made her Off-Broadway
stage debut in Neil LaBute's Fat Pig with Jeremy Piven and Andrew McCarthy.
Russell's film work includes The Upside of Anger, with Kevin Costner and Joan Allen, Mission:
Impossible III with Tom Cruise, Waitress, The Girl in the Park, August Rush, Bedtime Stories,
Leaves of Grass, Extraordinary Measures and Goats.
Her additional television credits include the mini-series Into the West, executive produced by
Steven Spielberg and the Hallmark Hall of Fame Presentation The Magic of Ordinary Days and
most recently the television series Running Wild opposite Will Arnett.