Autumn Reeser is an American actress best known for her television roles as Taylor Townsend on The O.C. (2005-2007), as Lizzie Grant on Entourage (2009-2010) and as Katie Andrews on No Ordinary Family, from 2010-2011.
She also had a starring role as Kylie Sinclair, a Washington lobbyist for her family's weapons manufacturing company, in the action thriller television series Last Resort, from 2012-2013.
She also starred as a young goddess in The CW's Valentine, and her additional television credits include the ABC Family film Nature of the Beast, as well as guest roles in Pushing Daisies, Ghost Whisperer, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Star Trek: Voyager, CSI and Cold Case.
Her recurring roles include Human Target, Raising the Bar, The George Lopez Show and Complete Savages. She also can be seen in the web series The Bannen Way, written and directed by her husband Jesse Warren. The series won four Streamy Awards in 2010.
Reeser appears in The Big Bang, a neo-noir thriller directed by Tony Krantz and starring Antonio Banderas. Continuing on a path to explore diverse characters, she portrayed AK-47, a violent member of the Tremor family, in Smokin' Aces 2: Assassins' Ball, and a reluctant teenage vampire in the horror film Lost Boys 2: The Tribe.
Her portrayal of a small-town Southern dreamer in the indie film, Our Very Own, helped lead the cast - including Allison Janney, Keith Carradine and Jason Ritter - to a Best Ensemble Acting award at the 2006 Saratoga Film Festival.
Reeser also spent years training in dance and singing and played the villainess in the MTV musical The American Mall, from the producers of Disney's High School Musical.
Raised in Carlsbad, CA, Reeser spent her childhood developing a solid foundation for her acting career by playing a wide variety of characters in local musical theatre productions, starting at age seven.
After high school she enrolled in UCLA's competitive theatre program. She spent the next three years totally immersed in the acting world, studying theatre history, acting technique, dance, voice and movement.
Reeser's love for the stage continues today. She performed in the 1940s radio-styled comedy show, The Thrilling Adventure and Supernatural Suspense Hour, at the Coronet theatre in Los Angeles.
Reeser resides in Los Angeles with her husband, screenwriter/director Jesse Warren, and their two dogs, Sadie and Gatsby.