Lizzy Caplan is an American actress best known for her roles in films such as Mean Girls, Cloverfield, Hot Tub Time Machine and Bachelorette.
Her most notable television roles include Marjee Sorelli in Related, Kat Warbler in The Class, Amy Burley in True Blood, Casey Klein in Party Down and Virginia Johnson in Masters of Sex.
Caplan can also be seen starring opposite James Franco and Seth Rogen in Columbia Pictures' The Interview, directed by both Rogen and Evan Goldberg. Her additional film credits include Save the Date; Bachelorette; 3, 2, 1...Frankie Goes Boom; Queens of Country; Hot Tub Time Machine; JJ Abrams's sci-fi hit Cloverfield, My Best Friend's Girl; Crossing Over; Love is the Drug; Crashing; The Last Rites of Ransom Pride; and her breakout role as Janice Ian in Mean Girls.
She also produced and starred in the short film Successful Alcoholics, which premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival.
Caplan's television credits include the lead role of Casey Klein on the critically-acclaimed comedy Party Down, a show which earned an AFI Award in 2009 and was named one of Time Magazine's Top 10 Shows of 2010, as well as roles on True Blood, The Class, for which she was named one of "10 Actors to Watch" by Daily Variety, Related, Family Guy, American Dad, Tru Calling, Undeclared and Judd Apatow's cult classic Freaks and Geeks.
Guest star credits include roles on The League, Kroll Show and New Girl.
Caplan resides in her native Los Angeles.