1. "Tru Calling" playing "Avery Bishop" in episode: "In the Dark" (episode # 2.3)
  18 February 2005
2. "Tru Calling" playing "Avery Bishop" in episode: "Grace" (episode # 2.2)
  11 February 2005
3. "Tru Calling" playing "Avery Bishop" in episode: "'Twas the Night Before
  Christmas... Again" (episode # 2.6) 2005
4. "Tru Calling" playing "Avery Bishop" in episode: "Enough" (episode # 2.5)
  2005
5. "The Sharon Osbourne Show" playing "Herself" 12 May 2004
6. "Smallville" playing "Tina Greer" in episode: "Visage"
  (episode # 2.11)14 January 2003
7. "Once and Again" playing "Sarah" in episode: "Tough Love"
  (episode # 3.9) 7 December 2001
8. "Smallville" playing "Tina Greer" in episode: "X-Ray" (episode # 1.4) 6
  November 2001
9. "Undeclared" playing "Beautiful Girl" in episode: "Pilot" (episode # 1.1) 25
  September 2001
10. "Freaks and Geeks" playing "Sara" in episode: "Discos and Dragons"
  (episode #1.18) 8 July 2000
11. "Freaks and Geeks" playing "Sara" in episode: "Tests and Breasts"
  (episode # 1.5) 6 November 1999
12. "Freaks and Geeks" playing "Sara" in episode: "Beers and Weirs"
  (episode # 1.2) 2 October 1999
13. "Freaks and Geeks" playing "Sara" in episode: "Pilot" (episode # 1.1)
  25 September 1999
 

Name: Elizabeth Anne Caplan
Date of birth:
30 June 1982
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Trivia: She graduated from the prestigious Hamilton Academy of Music in Los
Angeles, California, Class of 2000. Her classmates included actor Emile Hirsch.

Bio: Elizabeth Anne Caplan (born June 30, 1982), better known as Lizzy Caplan, is a noted American actress. She is perhaps best known for her role in the 2004 film, Mean Girls

Caplan was born in Los Angeles, California and grew up in a Reform Jewish family. [1] She attended Alexander Hamilton High School (Los Angeles) where she starred in such productions as "Much Ado About Nothing" and "You Can't Take it With You."

Caplan began her television acting career in 1999, when she played the minor role of "Sarah" on the short-lived Freaks and Geeks series, a television show which was geared towards teenagers. She would have a series of guest appearances at other shows, and she was spotted once hanging with Sharon Osbourne on her talk show. Another of her major television characters came on Smallville, a series about Superman as a teenager. She debuted on that show on November 6, 2001, playing "freak of the week" Tina Greer on the episode "X-Ray." She reprised her role on the show on January 14, 2003, in the episode "Visage."

Although she was already an experienced actress, she gained much notice in the 2004 movie Mean Girls, where she played a tomboy girl named after a lesbian singer and songwriter, Janis Ian. Caplan's character has been compared to that of Nancy McKeon in The Facts of Life ("Jo Polniaczek").

In 2003, she starred in the television series The Pitts, playing the recurring role of "Faith Pitt". In the second season of Tru Calling, she played "Avery Bishop," a friend of "Tru Davies."

Caplan landed a starring role in the fall of season of 2005 playing "Marjee Sorelli," the troubled sister, in Related, a one-hour dramedy on The WB. The show was cancelled after one season.

Caplan is currently starring in the upcoming CBS sitcom, The Class, which is due to premiere in the fall of 2006.

Agent:
Warren Zavala
The Gersh Agency
phone: 310-274-6611
fax: 310-278-6232
address: 232 North Canon Dr., Beverly Hills, CA, 90210, USA

Filmography: (In Production) (2000s)

1. "The Class" TV Series .... Kat
2 . "Tru Calling" TV Episode .... Avery Bishop
3 . "Crashing" (2006) (post-production) .... Jacqueline
4 . "Related" (2005) TV Series (announced) (AKA "Sisters")
5 . "Love Is the Drug" (2005) (pre-production) .... Sara
6 . "Mean Girls" (2004) .... Janis Ian
7 . "The Pitts" (2003) TV Series .... Faith Pitt
8 . "Everybody's Doing It" (2002) (TV) .... Angela
9 . "Orange County" (2002) .... Party Girl
10 . "Hardcore Action News" (2002) .... Lizzy Lyons
11 . "From Where I Sit" (2000) (TV) .... Lily

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