Where you’ve seen Judy Greer

Just three days after Judy Greer graduated from the theater school at Chicago’s DePaul University, she landed a small role in the 1998 Jason Lee- David Schwimmer comedy “Kissing a Fool.” She received good notices as a news correspondent in 1999’s “Three Kings” and went on to work regularly in a number of movie comedies and thrillers, such as M. Night Shyamalan’s “The Village” and Wes Craven’s “Cursed.” She got her first TV series leading role in ABC’s “Miss Guided,” in 2008, and she just began work on a new CBS sitcom, “Mad Love,” which is set to premiere early next year.

“It’s an old-fashioned multi-camera sitcom,” she said. “It’s a romantic comedy about four people looking for love in New York. I’m so excited. It’s so fun to do a comedy. I have been traveling a lot, so I’m looking forward to having a job in L.A. for a while.”

— Susan King