- Elizabeth Anne Caplan
- Los Angeles California
- United States
- Shopping Eating Smoking Ordering breast milk on-line
- Gorgeous; Great Rack (see True Blood); Stunning
- Always changes hair color Easy to take advantage of Likes lactating women
Rated one of Variety’s Top 10 Actors to Watch, in 2006, Lizzy Caplan is an American actress best known for her role in the feature films Mean Girls (alongside human train wreck Lindsay Lohan) and Cloverfield, and for starring in the comedy series Related and The Class.
Lizzy grew up in Beverly Hills, California, in a Reform Jewish family. She attended Alexander Hamilton High School in Los Angeles, and starred in several stage productions there. Specifically, Lizzy was enrolled in Hamilton’s Academy of Music, and graduated in 2000 alongside fellow young actor Emile Hirsch.
Lizzy’s acting career actually began while she was still in high school. In 1999, she landed the role of Sara on the TV series Freaks and Geeks. Subsequently, many other roles came Lizzy’s way, including roles in From Where I Sit (2000), Orange County (2002), and a recurring role in the TV series Smallville. It was in 2004’s Mean Girls that Lizzy made her breakthrough. She gained notice playing the “alternative” girl. This must have been a new experience for Lizzy, as she comes from a conservative family. Fortunately for her, she had Lindsay Lohan’s bad behavior to pick up tips from. Even more fortunately, Lindsay Lohan’s coke snorting, panty-less ways didn’t rub off on Lizzy, and she’s gone on land even more high profile roles. In 2005-2006, she starred in the TV series Related, and in 2006-2007, TV series The Class.
In 2008, Lizzy raised her profile with the sci-fi success Cloverfield, which earned her a Saturn nomination as best supporting actress. That year, she appeared in a multi-episode arc on HBO's True Blood. The role delighted viewers with its great views of Lizzy's medium-sized but gorgeous breasts. Now, she was not just the Cloverfield girl, but the girl with the great boobs.
Not necessarily capitalizing, Lizzy did two seasons on the critically acclaimed but sadly cancelled Starz comedy Party Down. In 2010, she was cast in a supporting role in Danny Boyle's movie 127 Hours.
Lizzy Caplan on the Web
Alison Brie & Lizzy Caplan Save The Date In Romantic Indie ... Comedians Lizzy Caplan and Alison Brie star in indie romantic comedy Save The Date! Watch trailer here!
Save The Date - Trailer (Lizzy Caplan, Alison Brie) [HD] - YouTube Starring Lizzy Caplan, Alison Brie, Martin Starr, Geoffrey Arend, and Mark Webber On demand November 8th, in theatres December 14th.