THE 15:17 TO PARIS
JUDY GREER (Joyce) has a prolific career in both film and
television, appearing in over 80
roles to date. She starred in the FX comedy series "Married," opposite Nat Faxon;
Marvel's "Ant-Man," opposite Paul Rudd; and starred in Jamie Babbit's indie
Fresno." She shot Fox's "War for the Planet of the Apes" for director Matt
Reeves, and wrote her
first book, I Don't Know Where You Know Me From. Additionally, she shot Jason
Women & Children," and continues to voice the role of Cheryl/Charlotte" on FX's
animated comedy "Archer."
Greer recently began production on the "Halloween" reboot by David Gordon
Danny McBride, where she stars alongside Jamie Lee Curtis. Previously, she
on the independent feature "Driven," where she stars alongside Jason Sudeikis
and Lee Pace. She
will also appear in the remake of "Valley Girl," and Richard Linklater's
"Where'd You Go
Bernadette," starring Cate Blanchett.
Greer was in the update of Brian DePalma's classic "Carrie," in which she
alongside Julianne Moore and Chloe Grace Moretz for director Kimberly Peirce.
She also made
her Broadway debut opposite Katie Holmes in "Dead Accounts," and reprised her
role as Kitty
Sanchez in the fourth season of cult classic "Arrested Development" on Netflix.
Greer's film credits include the Academy Award-winning "The Descendants,"
Alexander Payne and starring George Clooney, as well as Jay and Mark Duplass'
"Jeff Who Lives
at Home," in which she starred opposite Ed Helms and Jason Segel. Her additional
Robbie Fox's dramedy "Playing the Field," Barry Blaustein's "Peep World," "Barry
Ed Zwick's "Love and Other Drugs," in which she appeared opposite Anne Hathaway
Gyllenhaal. She was also recently seen in "Wilson," starring Woody Harrelson,
Cheryl Hines and
Laura Dern, and "Lemon," alongside Brett Gelman.
Greer is no stranger to the small screen, having appeared in a multi-episode
arc on "Two
and a Half Men" and a recurring role on the aforementioned "Arrested
additional television credits include the ABC comedy "Miss Guided," CBS's "Mad
Sarah Chalke and Tyler Labine, along with guest appearances on "Modern Family,"
"How I Met
Your Mother," "The Big Bang Theory," "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and "Californication,"
Greer also recently directed her first feature film, "A Happening of
Proportions," written by Gary Lundy and starring Common, Bradley Whitford,
Jennifer Garner, Keanu Reeves, Anders Holm, Nat Faxon, Rob Riggle, Katie Holmes
Reid, to name a few. This dark comedy debuted at the Bentonville Film Festival
in May 2017,
winning the audience award. Celebrating its third year, the festival was founded
by Geena Davis.
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