LIZZIE BROADWAY

 

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Filmography

2017 CHICAGO PD (TV SERIES) JOJO
2017 PERCEPTION (SHORT) JOSI
2016 A KILLER WALKS AMONGST US
2015 16 AND MISSING ABBEY

Trophy Wife 2014 (Tv Show)

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Bones 2013 (Tv Show)

Actor

2013 CONAN (TV SERIES) STEPH

Shameless 2011 (Tv Show)

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2011 BAD MOM ROSE
2010 SOUTHLAND (TV SERIES) BROOKS RYERSON

ALEXA WISENER

 

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FILMOLOGY:

2017 TACO BELL: STUCK IN THE FRIEND’S ZONE (TV COMMERCIAL) GIRL

2017 WHEN DARKNESS FALLS (SHORT) ANNIE QUINN

2017 CAMELIA (SHORT) CAMELIA

2017 ARIANA GRANDE FT. THE WEEKEND: LOVE ME HARDER PARODY (SHORT)

VICTORIA JUSTICE

MHAIRI CALVEY

 

FILMOLOGY:

2018 DARK ASCENSIO II: THE JOURNEY TO HELL HANNAH

2017 THE SECRET OF BOTTICELLI MELISSA

2017 DARK ASCENSION HANNAH

2017 VIRUS OF THE DEAD ANNA

2017 MODERN LOVE GEORGIE

2017 EDEN GREY (SHORT) EDEN GREY

2017 HUSBY LOVE (SHORT) LAURA

2016 ALAN (SHORT) MUM

2016 TERMINAL (SHORT) EMILY

2016 BOTTECELLI MUDERS MELISSA

2017 OH MY GOD GILDA

2017 HORIZON (MINI-SERIES) PENNY COLERIDGE

2016 GEMINI (TV SHORT) JESSICA

2016 COPS AND MONSTERS (TV SERIES) ZOE

2016 BRAND NEW (SHORT) WOMAN

2016 ABDUCT CRYSTAL

2013 FIVE PILLARS  RUTH

2013 ANY MINUTE NOW ANNA BROOKS

2013 BLUEBELLS (SHORT) POET

2011 LAND OF DREAMS (SHORT) RUTH

1995 BRAVEHEART YOUNG MURRON

 

SHANNON KENNY

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ALEXANDRA SIEGEL

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FILMOLOGY:

2017 STATUS UPDATE

2017 WORKAHOLICS (TV SERIES) SARAH

2015 THE HISTORY OF US  OTHER HOLLY

2015 BOOZE LIGHT YEAR (TV SERIES) GUEST STAR

2015 BARELY FAMOUS (TV SERIES)

2014 HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER (TV SERIES) SHELLY

2013 EASTBOUND AND DOWN (TV SERIES) JESSIE

2012 I CAN DO IT (SHORT) ANGIE

2012 SWITCHED AT BIRTH (TV SERIES) VIVIENNE

2011 DAYS OF OUR LIVES (SOAP) PROCESS SERVER

 

THE BOOB..CHAIN OF COMMAND IN YANKEE LAND

The Yankees have had a good start.  Don’t despair fans, they will find mediocrity.

How does the Chain of Command Work?

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Image result for aaron hicks  Aaron “no can Hit” Hicks.  Yes he is off to a better than expected start.  He could not make contact with a man on third and one out.  He went outside the strike zone.  Hicks, a player I do not like up “in the clutch.
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Image result for pete kozma the stud Kozma.  Kozma is on the Yankee Roster due to an injury to Didi Gregorious.
Image result for joe girardi Manager Of Stone Girardi, loves utility “no can hit” players like Kozma.  He likes to get Pettie into games.  After Kozma failed in the clutch, with the bases loaded and a 2-0 count, Kozma swung and swiftly granded to short to end the game.
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Lauren Weedman

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Lauren Weedman

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Lauren Weedman
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Born Lauren Huntington
(1969-03-05) March 5, 1969 (age 48)
Indianapolis, Indiana
Occupation Actress
Comedian
Writer
Years active 1997–present
Spouse(s) Michael Neff (Divorced 2003)

Jeff Weatherford (Divorced 2013)

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Lauren Weedman (born 1969) is an American actress and comedian, best known for her regular role on the HBO television series Looking (2014–2015).[1] She is also known for her roles in films such as Date Night (2010) and The Five-Year Engagement (2012) and for appearing as a guest star on various series such as Hung, New Girl and 2 Broke Girls. She was also a correspondent on The Daily Show from 2001 to 2002. Weedman has also written and performed several one-woman/spoken word shows, including Homecoming, BUST, and The People’s Republic of Portland.[2]

Weedman grew up in Indianapolis, moving to Seattle in 1995. Her marriage to Seattle writer Michael Neff ended in 2003.[3] She subsequently moved to Santa Monica, CA, and gave birth to a son, Leo, in 2010 with longtime boyfriend, director Jeff Weatherford,[4] whom she married in 2012 and divorced the next year.[5][6] She details his affair with their 18 year old nanny in her new book “Miss Fortune: Fresh Perspectives on Having it All From Someone Who Is Not Okay” and in an interview with the New York Post.[7]

Literature[edit]

  • Miss Fortune: Fresh Perspectives on Having it All From Someone Who Is Not Okay published 2016, Plume publishing
  • A Woman Trapped in a Woman’s Body: (Tales from a Life of Cringe) published 2007, Sasquatch publishing

TV[edit]

Year Title Role
2014–2015 Looking Doris
2014–2015 Kittens in a Cage Lois
2013 2 Broke Girls Shayne
2013 Dads HR Lady
2013 Masters of Sex Quadruplets’ Mother
2013 Arrested Development Twink
2012 New Girl Mysteria
2011 4th Critics’ Choice Television Awards Herself
2011 Childrens Hospital Angry Mother
2010 True Blood La Donna
2009–2010 Hung Horny Patty
2009–2010 Our Show
2008 United States of Tara Heidi Sawyer
2000–2007 I Love the New Millennium Herself
2007 Curb Your Enthusiasm Nurse
2006 Talkshow with Spike Feresten Lauren / Medical Correspondent
2005 I Love Toys Herself
2005 I Love the Holidays Herself
2005 I Love the 80s 3-D Herself
2005 I Love the 90s: Part Deux Herself
2005 World Cup Comedy Herself
2004 Pryor Offenses Jenine
2004 CMT: 20 Merriest Christmas Videos Herself
2004 A2Z Herself
2004 Reno 911! Hysterical Woman
2001–2002 The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Herself
2001–2002 Best Week Ever with Paul F. Tompkins Herself
1997–1999 Almost Live! Various

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2017 Wilson Cat Lady
2017 The Little Hours
2016 Joshy Isadora
2014 Every Beautiful Thing Magdalene
2014 Silent Shadows Val
2014 The Gambler Banker
2011 The Five-Year Engagement Chef Sally
2011 50 Greatest Herself
2009 Date Night Wendy
2009 Imagine That Rose
2007 The Kitty Landers Show Laurette T. Hinch
2006 The Ex Alice

Theater Credits[edit]

Year Production Location Notes
1996 Pants on Fire The Empty Space Theatre, Seattle, WA NA
1998 Texarkana Waltz The Empty Space Theatre, Seattle, WA NA
1997-2002 Homecoming On the Boards, Seattle; Seattle Repertory Theatre, Seattle; Off-Broadway Westside Theatre, NY, NY; HBO’s U.S.C.A., Aspen, CO; Westbeth Theatre, NY, NY Solo show
1998 Yea, Tho I Walk/Huu ACT Theatre, Seattle, WA; Annex Theatre, Seattle, WA Solo show
1999 If Ornaments Had Lips UCB Theatre, NY, NY; On The Boards, Seattle, WA Music by James Palmer
2000 Amsterdam the Musical The Empty Space Theatre, Seattle, WA; Krane Theatre, NY, NY Solo show
2001 They Got His Mouth Right UCB Theatre, NY, NY; P73 New Work Festival, NY, NY Solo show
2002 Slow Boat to China Bloomington Playwrights Project, Bloomington, IN NA
2003 Rash The Empty Space Theatre, Seattle, WA; Hudson Theatre, LA, CA Solo show
2004 Move Your Meet, Strange Encounters in Public Spaces Los Angeles Performed with Company of Strangers
2007 Bust The Empty Space Theatre, Seattle, WA Solo show
2008 Wreckage Theatre Babylon, Seattle, WA; Bumbershoot Festival, Seattle, WA; REDCAT New Works Festival, LA, CA; Highways Performance, Santa Monica, CA; Tricklock Theatre Festival, Albuquerque, NM; Ars Nova, NY, NY; KEF Productions Solo Festival, Studio Theatre, NY, NY Solo show
2009 No You Shut Up Passage Theatre, NY, NY Solo show
2013, 2015 People’s Republic of Portland Portland Center Stage, Portland, OR Solo show
2014 I Think You’re Beautiful Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA Solo show
2014 Blame It On Boise Boise Contemporary Theater, Boise, ID Solo show
2014 It’s Not You It’s Me Talbott Street Theater, Indianapolis, IN Example
2014 Good For You Tricklock Theater Company, Albuquerque, NM Solo show

Honors / awards[edit]

  • 2002 Seattle Times Footlight Award, Best New Play, Best Solo Show
  • 2002 The Best Women Playwrights of 2002, editor D.L. Lepidus
  • 2007 Alpert Award for the Arts in Playwriting for Bust
  • 2014 Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series, Looking, Nominated[8]

Jennifer Garner (UPDATE)

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Jennifer Garner

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Jennifer Garner
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Garner speaking about early childhood education at a Capitol Hill event in 2013
Born Jennifer Anne Garner
(1972-04-17) April 17, 1972 (age 45)
Houston, Texas, U.S
Education George Washington High School
Alma mater Denison University
Occupation
  • Actress
  • film producer
Years active 1995–present
Spouse(s)
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Jennifer Anne Garner (born April 17, 1972)[1] is an American actress. Her breakthrough film debut was in the comedy Dude, Where’s My Car (2000). Following a supporting role in Pearl Harbor, Garner gained recognition for her performance as CIA officer Sydney Bristow in the ABC spy-action thriller Alias, which aired from 2001 to 2006. For her work on the series, she won a Golden Globe Award and a SAG Award and received four Emmy Award nominations.

While working on Alias, Garner gained a cameo role in Catch Me if You Can (2002), followed by a praised leading performance in the romantic comedy film 13 Going on 30 (2004). Garner has appeared in supporting as well as lead film roles including the superhero films Daredevil (2003) and Elektra (2005), the comedy-drama Juno (2007), and the fantasy romantic comedy The Invention of Lying (2009). In the 2010s, she appeared in the romantic-comedy film Valentine’s Day, the fantasy comedy-drama film The Odd Life of Timothy Green (2012), the biographical drama Dallas Buyers Club (2013), and the comedy Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (2014).

Garner works frequently as an activist for early childhood education and is a board member of Save the Children. She is also an advocate for anti-paparazzi campaigns among children of celebrities. Garner had a five-year relationship with Scott Foley from 1998 to 2003, during which they married. Garner married Ben Affleck in 2005, with whom she has three children; they separated in 2015 and filed for divorce in April 2017.

Early life[edit]

Jennifer Garner was born on April 17, 1972 in Houston, Texas but moved to Charleston, West Virginia at the age of three.[2] Her father, William John Garner, worked as a chemical engineer for Union Carbide and her mother, Patricia Ann (née English), was a homemaker and, later, an English teacher at a local college.[3][4] She has an older sister, Melissa Wylie, and a younger sister, Susannah Carpenter. Garner has described herself as a typical middle child who sought to differentiate herself from her accomplished older sister.[5][6] While Garner did not grow up in a politically active household,[7] her father was “very conservative” and her mother “quietly blue.”[8] She attended a local United Methodist Church every Sunday and went to Vacation Bible School.[9] As teenagers, Garner and her sisters were not allowed to wear makeup, paint their nails, pierce their ears or dye their hair;[10][11] she has joked that her family’s “take on the world” was “practically Amish.”[12]

Garner attended George Washington High School in Charleston;[13] she played saxophone in the marching band, competed on the swim team, and was water girl for the football team.[2][14] While Garner was a good student, she did not get “straight As” and instead wanted to perform “in any kind of production.”[8] She participated in musicals at the local community theater, the Charleston Light Opera Guild,[15] and took piano, singing and ballet lessons.[14][2] In 1990, Garner enrolled at Denison University in Granville, Ohio.[16] She briefly majored in chemistry before turning her attention to theater.[17] She spent the fall semester of 1993 studying at the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford, Connecticut.[18] In 1994, she graduated with a bachelor of fine arts degree in theater performance.[19]

Acting career[edit]

1994–2001: Career beginnings and Alias[edit]

As a college student, Garner did summer stock theater. In addition to performing, Garner helped to sell tickets, build sets, and clean the venues.[20] She worked at the Timber Lake Playhouse in Mount Carroll, Illinois in 1992,[21] the Barn Theatre in Augusta, Michigan in 1993,[22] and the Georgia Shakespeare Festival in Atlanta, Georgia in 1994.[23] Garner moved to New York City in 1995.[24] During her first year in the city, Garner earned $150 per week as an understudy for a Roundabout Theatre Company production of A Month in the Country, starring Helen Mirren and F. Murray Abraham,[6][25] and made her first on-screen appearance as Melissa Gilbert‘s daughter in the romance miniseries Zoya.[26] In 1996, she played an Amish woman in the television movie Harvest of Fire[27] and a flirtatious shopkeeper in the Western miniseries Dead Man’s Walk.[28] She appeared in the independent short film In Harm’s Way[29] and made one-off appearances in the legal dramas Swift Justice and Law & Order. She met Stephen Colbert while filming an episode of Spin City and became an occasional babysitter for his children.[30] Garner also supplemented her income by working as a hostess at Isabella’s restaurant on the Upper East Side.[31]

After moving to Los Angeles in 1997, Garner won her first leading role in the television movie Rose Hill[32] and made her first feature film appearance in the period drama Washington Square.[33] She appeared in the comedy movie Mr. Magoo, the independent drama 1999 and Woody Allen‘s Deconstructing Harry; most of her performance was cut from Allen’s film.[34] In 1998, Garner appeared in an episode of Fantasy Island and was cast as a series regular in the Fox drama Significant Others. Will Joyner of The New York Times praised her ability to “provide the leavening ingredient of innocent insight”[35] but Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly felt there was no center to the character, as played by Garner.[36] Fox cancelled the series after airing three of six filmed episodes. Garner’s most significant role of 1998 was in J.J. Abrams‘ college drama Felicity. During a two-episode guest appearance, she befriended Abrams and met her first husband Scott Foley.[37] In 1999, Garner was cast as a series regular in another Fox drama, Time of Your Life, but it was cancelled midway through the first season.[38] Also in 1999, she appeared in the miniseries Aftershock: Earthquake in New York and in two episodes of the action drama The Pretender. Garner played the girlfriend of Ashton Kutcher‘s character in the comedy Dude, Where’s My Car? (2000). In 2001, she appeared briefly opposite her husband Foley in the drama Stealing Time and had a small role as a nurse in the war epic Pearl Harbor.[39]

Garner rose to fame in 2001 when she was cast as the star of the ABC spy drama Alias.[3] The show’s creator, J.J. Abrams, wrote the part of Sydney Bristow with Garner in mind: “I always thought she had something in her personality that was funnier and sexier and smarter and more mischievous than anything I’d seen her do … I wanted to show that.”[37] However, he had to convince wary studio executives that Garner was right for the role.[40] Robert Bianco of USA Today remarked: “You’ve probably never noticed her. You’ll notice her now … Garner creates one of the season’s strongest new characters — a sensitive young woman who hides her vulnerability behind a mean right cross.”[41] Julie Salamon of The New York Times said she brought “an attractive combination of vulnerability and entrepreneurial self-protectiveness” to the role.[42] Alias aired for five seasons between 2001 and 2006; Garner’s salary began at $40,000 per episode and rose to $150,000 per episode by the series’ end.[43] During the show’s run, Garner won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actress and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress (with a further three Globe nominations), and received four nominations for the Emmy Award for Best Actress.

2002–11: Transition to film[edit]

While Alias was airing, Garner continued to work in film intermittently. She had an “other-worldly” experience when Steven Spielberg called to offer her a role as a high-class call girl in Catch Me if You Can (2002).[44] After seeing her in Alias, Speilberg felt sure “she would be the next superstar”.[45] She filmed her scene opposite Leonardo DiCaprio during a one-day shoot.[46] Garner’s first co-starring film role was in the action movie Daredevil (2003), in which she played Elektra to Ben Affleck‘s Daredevil.[47] The physicality required for the role was something Garner had discovered “an aptitude for” while working on Alias.[44][48] Elvis Mitchell of The New York Times said she “realizes Elektra more through movement than by way of her lumpy, obvious lines. She hasn’t mastered the combat skill of tossing off bad material.”[49] While Daredevil received mixed reviews, it was a box office success.[50] Also in 2003, Garner voiced herself in an episode of The Simpsons.

Garner’s first leading film role, in the romantic comedy 13 Going on 30 (2004), was widely praised. She played a teenager who finds herself trapped in the body of a 30-year old. Garner chose Gary Winick to direct the film[51] and they continued to look for other projects to do together until his death in 2011.[52][53] Manohla Dargis of the Los Angeles Times found her “startling”: “Whenever she’s on screen you don’t want to look anywhere else.”[54] Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly praised an “utterly beguiling” performance: “You can pinpoint the moment in it when Garner becomes a star.”[55] Ann Hornaday of The Washington Post remarked: “Garner is clearly cut out to be America’s next Sweetheart; she has the same magic mix of allure and accessibility that the job calls for.”[56] 13 Going on 30 was a moderate commercial success.[57] Garner reprised the character of Elektra in the 2005 Daredevil spin-off Elektra; it was a box office and critical failure.[58] Claudia Puig of USA Today concluded that Garner “is far more appealing when she’s playing charming and adorable, as she did so winningly in 13 Going on 30.[59] Garner next starred opposite Timothy Olyphant in the romantic drama Catch and Release. Although filmed in 2005 in between seasons of Alias, it was not released until early 2007 and failed to recoup its production budget.[60] Peter Travers of Rolling Stone praised Garner’s ability “to blend charm and gravity”[61] but Peter Hartlaub of the San Francisco Chronicle felt that, while her “natural beauty and likability are still assets, [she] seems occasionally challenged by what should be an easy role.”[62]

After a one-year break following the conclusion of Alias, her wedding to Affleck, and the birth of her first child, Garner returned to work in 2007. Her supporting role in Juno as a woman desperate to adopt a child was described by Kyle Buchanan of New York Magazine as a turning point in her career: “She came into the movie a steely figure, and left it as the mother you’d give your own child to … Writer Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman expertly deploy Garner’s innate humanity as a trump card.”[63] Lisa Schwarzbaum of Entertainment Weekly said she had never “been lovelier or more affecting.”[64] She played an FBI investigator in the action thriller The Kingdom (2007).[65][66] She was nursing her baby during filming in Arizona and was hospitalized on two occasions with heatstroke.[67] In late 2007 and early 2008, Garner played Roxanne to Kevin Kline‘s Cyrano de Bergerac at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway. In preparation for the role, Garner worked with vocal and movement coaches and took French lessons.[25] Ben Brantley of The New York Times described her performance as “captivating”: ” Ms. Garner, I am pleased to report, makes Roxane a girl worth pining over … [She] speaks Anthony Burgess’s peppery rhymed translation with unaffected sprightliness. If she’s a tad stilted in the big tragic finale, her comic timing is impeccable.”[68] The New Yorker’s theater critic was impressed by her “feistiness” and ” lightness of comic touch”.[69] The play was recorded before a live audience and aired on PBS in 2008. In 2007, Garner became a spokesperson of skin care brand Neutrogena.[70]

Garner in 2009 at a press conference for The Invention of Lying

Garner co-starred in two romantic comedies in 2009. She first appeared opposite Matthew McConaughey in Ghosts of Girlfriends Past. While Michael Phillips of The Chicago Tribune found Garner “easy to like and sharp with her timing”, he was disappointed to see her as “the love interest, which is not the same as a rounded character.”[71] Similarly, Manohla Dargis of The New York Times was dismayed to see the actress appear as “less a co-star than a place holder (you can almost see the words “enter generic female lead” in [the] screenplay).”[72] Garner’s second performance of 2009 was opposite comedian Ricky Gervais in his directorial debut The Invention of Lying. Gervais was keen to cast Garner – “always happy and always pleasant to everyone” – against type.[73] David Edelstein of New York Magazine said she “proves again (the first time was 13 Going on 30) what a dizzying comedienne she is. She looks as if the wheels in her head are not just turning but falling off and needing to be screwed back on.”[74] Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times praised an “inspired, seemingly effortless, performance”[75] while Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle said she “has never been better onscreen … Garner gets to show a comic facility we haven’t seen before.”[76] Garner then appeared in Garry Marshall‘s ensemble romantic comedy Valentine’s Day (2010), sharing scenes with Ashton Kutcher, Jessica Biel and Patrick Dempsey.[77] In 2011, she had a supporting role in Arthur as the villainous arranged bride of Russell Brand‘s character.[78][79]

2012–present[edit]

Garner at the premiere of Butter in 2011

Garner played a mother for the first time in 2012,[5] starring opposite Joel Edgerton in the drama The Odd Life of Timothy Green.[80] It received mixed reviews from critics and was a modest commercial success.[81][82] Claudia Puig of USA Today found her “convincing as a warm-hearted, if tense, mom”[83] while Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune said she brought “fervent sincerity and a welcome touch of comic eccentricity” to the role.[84] Also in 2012, Garner starred in the satirical comedy Butter, which received mixed feedback from critics and poor earnings at the box office.[85][86] Peter Debruge of Variety praised “the best bigscreen use of Jennifer Garner’s comedy gifts since 13 Going on 30[87] while Peter Travers of Rolling Stone described her as the “best in show” : “[She] knows how to play comedy of the absurd.”[88] However, Scott Bowles of USA Today remarked: “Garner is a terrific actress, but here she’s asked to cackle her lines in a voice a full octave above her natural one.”[89] Also in 2012, she appeared opposite Alfred Molina in the Youtube short Serena.[90] Also in 2012, she became a spokesperson for food company Luvo.[91]

Garner reunited with Matthew McConaughey in the 2013 film Dallas Buyers Club, which received positive reviews and was a box office success.[92][93] Peter Travers of Rolling Stone described her as “a radiant actress of rare spirit and sensitivity”[94] while Ann Hornaday of the Washington Post remarked: “McConaughey and Leto may have the showiest roles, but Garner deserves equal praise for her sensitive, straightforward performance.”[95] Betsy Sharkey of the Los Angeles Times said: “Garner is once again cast as a quintessentially decent, all-American girl, albeit a doctor. But the question of whether the actress has deeper emotional layers to bring to the screen is not answered here.”[96] David Edelstein of New York Magazine said: “It’s not a well-shaped role, but I’ve gotten to the point where I’m happy to see Garner in anything. She’s incapable of phoniness.”[97] Also in 2013, she became the first celebrity spokesperson of Max Mara.[98]

In 2014, she starred opposte Kevin Costner in the sports drama Draft Day. Mick LaSalle of The San Francisco Chronicle remarked: “It’s not much of a role, but she’s perfectly nice in it. Perhaps someday someone will give Garner a chance to be something other than perfectly nice.”[99] Garner also co-starred with Steve Carell in the 2014 Disney adaptation of the popular children’s book Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Sandie Angulo Chen of the Washington Post said: “Garner, who has long mastered the art of playing harried and overworked moms, is pleasantly frazzled.”[100] Also in 2014, Garner appeared in Men, Women & Children. Christopher Orr of The Atlantic said: “Garner does what she can as the Snooping Mom from Hell, but ultimately it’s not much. The role is like a caricature of her performance in Juno, minus the ultimate (and essential) redemption.”[101] In late 2014, Capital One signed Garner as their spokeswoman for their Capital One Venture Air Miles credit card.[102] In 2015’s Danny Collins, starring Al Pacino and Annette Bening, Garner had a supporting role as the wife of Bobby Cannavale‘s character. Stephanie Merry of the Washington Post felt she “gives the movie a powerful jolt of emotion.”[103]

In 2016, Garner appeared in the Christian drama Miracles from Heaven. Ken Jaworowski of The New York Times praised a “dedicated” and “heartfelt” performance[104] while Nigel Smith of The Guardian found “her subtly wrought work … tremendously effective” in an otherwise “crassly manipulative” film.[105] She starred opposite Kevin Spacey in the comedy Nine Lives. Katie Walsh of the Los Angeles Times jokingly asked Garner to “send us some kind of signal if you need help”[106] while Peter Travers of Rolling Stone said she was “stranded in a nothing role.”[107] She also made a uncredited cameo appearance in Mother’s Day.

Wakefield will be released in May 2017.[108] The Tribes of Palos Verdes, filmed in 2016, is awaiting a release date. In 2017, she will provide the voice of Mama Llama for Netflix’s new original animated preschool series Llama Llama while, in 2018, she will provide a voice for a character in Amusement Park. In early 2017, she filmed a role in Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda.[109] She has also filmed a role in friend Judy Greer‘s directorial debut A Happening of Monumental Proportions, set for release in 2017.[110][111]

Activism[edit]

Early childhood education[edit]

Garner with a preschooler at a Capitol Hill event in 2013

In 2009, Garner became an artist ambassador for Save the Children, promoting national literacy, nutrition and early education efforts.[112][113] Since 2014,[114] Garner has served on the board of trustees for Save the Children,[115][116] the United States branch of the British children’s charity,[117] advocating for early education.[118] She had been an ambassador for six years, and frequently visits with families involved in the organization’s Early Steps to School Success program, which coaches families to help children learn in the early years.[119] In 2011 she partnered with Frigidaire as part of her work with Save The Children.[120] In 2013, Garner took her eldest daughter Violet to a Save The Children gala in New York: “My husband and I have never taken our kids to a public event before, but I brought my daughter Violet, because … I want her to see the passionate commitment Mark Shriver and Hillary Clinton have to make the world a better place for everyone.”[121] In 2014, she joined the Invest in Us campaign.,[116] and in January 2015, she appeared in A Path Appears, a PBS documentary which focuses on rural poverty among children in West Virginia.[122]

Other[edit]

In 2007, Garner said she was not “not a particularly outwardly political person.”[67] In 2002, Garner filmed a 30-second television advertisement for her childhood friend Corey Palumbo, running as a Democratic candidate for the West Virginia House of Delegates.[123] In 2006, Garner spoke at a rally in support of Democratic Congressional candidate Jerry McNerney in Pleasanton, California.[124] In 2008, she hosted two fundraisers for Obama during the 2008 Democratic Primary.[125][126] In 2014, Garner donated $25,000 to the campaign of Democratic politician Wendy Davis.[127] During the 2016 presidential campaign, Garner hosted a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton in Bozeman, Montana[128] and attended voter registration and phone bank events for Clinton in Reno, Nevada.[129]

Garner has campaigned for laws to protect her children from paparazzi. “There’s an idea that because our pictures are everywhere that we are complicit in it. When really what happens is they’re waiting outside our door every single day. My kids take karate for example, and we have our classes at the same time every week. So the guys know when we have karate, and so 20 of them wait there for us every single class. So that’s a lot of energy coming at little, little kids.”[130] In August 2013, Garner testified alongside Halle Berry before the California Assembly Judiciary Committee in support of a bill that would protect celebrities’ children from harassment by photographers.[131] The bill passed in September 2013 and is now California law.[132]

In 2007, she appeared in a global warming awareness video produced by the Center for American Progress Action Fund.[133]

Personal life[edit]

Relationships and family[edit]

Garner had a five-year relationship with Scott Foley. They met in 1998, on the set of Felicity, and started dating.[3] They married in a ceremony at their home on October 19, 2000 and separated in March 2003.[134] Garner filed for divorce in May 2003, citing irreconcilable differences, and divorce papers were granted in March 2004.[135] Garner later described it as “a crushing experience. I thought the divorce statistics would never apply to me … I wanted to be married for as long as my parents.”[136][137] She dated her Alias co-star Michael Vartan from August 2003 to mid-2004.[138][139]

Garner with husband Ben Affleck at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards

Garner began dating Ben Affleck in mid-2004,[140] having established a friendship on the sets of Pearl Harbor (2001) and Daredevil (2003).[141] They were married on June 29, 2005, in a private Turks and Caicos ceremony.[142] Victor Garber, who officiated the ceremony, and his husband Rainer Andreesen were the only guests.[143] Garner and Affleck have three children: daughters Violet Anne (b. December 2005)[144] and Seraphina “Sera” Rose Elizabeth (b. January 2009),[145] and son Samuel “Sam” Garner (b. February 2012).[146] They announced their intention to divorce in June 2015[147] and jointly filed legal documents in April 2017, seeking joint physical and legal custody of their children.[148]

Religion[edit]

Although Garner stopped attending church regularly after moving to Los Angeles,[149] each of her three children were baptised as members of the United Methodist Church in her hometown of Charleston, West Virginia.[150] In 2015, she and her family began attending weekly Methodist church services in Los Angeles.[150]

Stalking incident[edit]

Garner was stalked by Steven Burky from 2002 to 2003, and again from 2008 to 2009. She, her husband, and her daughter Violet obtained a restraining order in 2008.[151] Burky was arrested in December 2009 outside her daughter’s preschool.[152] He was charged with two counts of stalking, to which he pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. In March 2010, he was ruled insane, sent to California’s state mental hospital, and ordered to stay away from the Affleck family for 10 years if released from hospital.[153]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 In Harm’s Way Kelly
Deconstructing Harry Woman in Elevator
Washington Square Marian Almond
Mr. Magoo Stacey Sampanahodrita
1998 1999 Annabell
2000 Dude, Where’s My Car? Wanda
2001 Stealing Time Kiley Bradshaw
Pearl Harbor Nurse Sandra
2002 Catch Me If You Can Cheryl Ann Cameo appearance
2003 Daredevil Elektra Natchios
2004 13 Going on 30 Jenna Rink
2005 Elektra Elektra Natchios
2007 Catch and Release Gray Wheeler
2007 Kingdom, TheThe Kingdom Janet Mayes
Juno Vanessa Loring
2009 Ghosts of Girlfriends Past Jenny Perotti
Invention of Lying, TheThe Invention of Lying Anna McDoogles
2010 Valentine’s Day Julia Fitzpatrick
2011 Arthur Susan Johnson
2012 Butter Laura Pickler Also producer
The Odd Life of Timothy Green Cindy Green
2013 Dallas Buyers Club Dr. Eve Saks
2014 Draft Day Ali Parker
Men, Women & Children Patricia Beltmeyer
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Kelly Cooper
2015 Danny Collins Samantha Leigh Donnelly
2016 Miracles from Heaven Christy Beam
Mother’s Day Dana Barton
Nine Lives Lara Brand
Wakefield Diana Wakefield
2017 The Tribes of Palos Verdes Sandy Mason In post-production
2018 Amusement Park (voice) Filming
Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda Emily Spier Filming[154]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1995 Danielle Steel’s Zoya Sasha Movie
1996 Harvest of Fire Sarah Troyer Movie
Dead Man’s Walk Clara Forsythe Miniseries
Swift Justice Allison Episode: “No Holds Barred”
Law & Order Jaime Episode: “Aftershock
Spin City Becky Episode: “The Competition”
1997 Player, TheThe Player Celia Levison Movie
Rose Hill Mary Rose Clayborne Movie
1998 Significant Others Nell Glennon 6 episodes
Felicity Hannah Bibb 3 episodes
1999 Aftershock: Earthquake in New York Diane Agostini Movie
Pretender, TheThe Pretender Billie Vaughn Episode: “Pool”
1999–2000 Time of Your Life Romy Sullivan 19 episodes
2001–2006 Alias Sydney Bristow 105 episodes
2003 Saturday Night Live Host Episode: “Jennifer Garner/Beck
The Simpsons Herself (voice) Episode: “Treehouse of Horror XIV
2013 Martha Speaks Jennifer (voice) Episode: “Too Many Marthas”
2017 Llama Llama Mama Llama (voice)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result
2002 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Television Series Drama Alias Won
Online Film & Television Association Best Actress in a New Drama Series[citation needed] Won
Best Actress in a Drama Series[citation needed] Won
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress – Drama Series Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Action/Drama Nominated
2003 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Television Series Drama Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Best Breakthrough Female Performance Daredevil Won
Best Kiss (shared with Ben Affleck) Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress – Drama Series Alias Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Actress – Television Series Drama Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Actress on Television Won
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Action/Drama Daredevil Nominated
Choice Movie: Female Breakout Star Nominated
Choice Movie: Chemistry (shared with Ben Affleck) Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Action/Drama Alias Nominated
Television Critics Association Individual Achievement in Drama Nominated
2004 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Television Series Drama Nominated
Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards Favorite Female Butt Kicker Daredevil Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress – Drama Series Alias Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Actress – Television Series Drama Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Actress on Television Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Nominated
ShoWest Awards Female Star of Tomorrow Won
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Action/Drama Alias Won
Choice Movie Actress: Comedy 13 Going on 30 Nominated
Choice Hissy Fit Nominated
Choice Movie: Blush Nominated
Choice Movie: Liplock (shared with Mark Ruffalo) Nominated
Choice Movie: Chemistry (shared with Mark Ruffalo) Nominated
2005 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress – Television Series Drama Alias Nominated
MTV Movie Awards Best Musical Performance (shared with Mark Ruffalo) 13 Going on 30 Nominated
Best Kiss (shared with Natassia Malthe) Elektra Nominated
People’s Choice Awards Favorite Hair Won
Favorite Leading Actress 13 Going on 30 Nominated
Favorite Female TV Performer Alias Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress – Drama Series Nominated
Online Film & Television Association Award Best Actress in a Drama Series Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Actress – Television Series Drama Nominated
Saturn Awards Best Actress on Television Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Won
Teen Choice Awards Choice Female Red Carpet Fashion Icon Nominated
Choice Movie Actress: Action/Thriller Elektra Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Drama Alias Nominated
Choice TV: Chemistry (shared with Michael Vartan) Nominated
2006 People’s Choice Awards Favorite Female Action Star Elektra Won
Favorite Hair Nominated
Favorite Female TV Performer Alias Won
Saturn Awards Best Actress on Television Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV: Actress Nominated
2007 Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Cast Juno Nominated
Online Film Critics Society Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2008 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards Best Acting Ensemble Juno Nominated
Online Film Critics Society Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2012 ShoWest Awards Female Star of the Year[citation needed] Won
2014 Screen Actors Guild Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Dallas Buyers Club Nominated
2015 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actress Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Nominated
2016 2016 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Drama Miracles from Heaven Nominated

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2017 LABYRINTH (TV SERIES) REDAKTORKA

2016 GYMPLS (TV SERIES) ELIKA RADU DIVORCINU

2009 DUM U ZLATEHO USVITO SUCHOPARKOVA

2007 HOSTEL 2  MRS. BATHORY

2007 TO HORKE LETO V MARIENBADU BROSIGKEOVA

2007 BOZI POLE S.R.O. BOURKOVE MRAKY

2007 CESTA D VIDNE  A ZPATKY

1994 KURYR  VAGABOND

1986 PRIPAD ZARLIVEHO MUZE