Judy Greer is an American actress best known for her recurring role as Kitty Sanchez, George Bluth, Sr.'s (Jeffrey Tambor) former secretary, on the television sitcom Arrested Development, from 2003-2005 and again in 2013.
She also starred in the short-lived sitcom Miss Guided from 20th Century Fox and Ashton Kutcher's studio-based production company Katalyst Films and Television, in 2008.
In addition, she starred in the short-lived sitcom Mad Love, in 2011.
In film, Greer appeared in 27 Dresses alongside Katherine Heigl. She also acted in the independent feature The Key Man, opposite Brian Cox and Jack Davenport, directed by Peter Himmelstein; and was seen in The Go-Getter, with Zooey Deschanel and Jena Malone; The Grand, with David Cross and Shannon Elizabeth; and Visioneers.
She was also seen in the indie satire The TV Set, opposite Sigourney Weaver and David Duchovny, which follows the making of a television pilot; Paul Weitz's American Dreams, opposite Hugh Grant and Mandy Moore; the independent film The Amateurs, opposite Jeff Bridges and Jeanne Tripplehorn; and in Cameron Crowe's Elizabethtown, starring opposite Kirsten Dunst, Orlando Bloom and Susan Sarandon.
On television, she was seen on the comedy Two and a Half Men, My Name is Earl, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Arrested Development, and in Love Monkey, opposite Tom Cavanaugh.
She starred in Paul Weitz's play Show People for Second Stage opposite Ty Burrell.
Other credits include M. Night Shyamalan's The Village; 13 Going on 30; writer/director Adam Goldberg's psychological drama I Love Your Work; The Hebrew Hammer; Charlie Kaufman's critically-acclaimed Adaptation; The Wedding Planner; What Women Want; Danny Leiner's The Great New Wonderful; What Planet Are You From?; Three Kings; Jawbreaker; In Memory of My Father; The Specials and Kissing a Fool, among others.
Greer was born and raised in the Detroit. She trained for nearly 10 years in classical Russian ballet and then shifted her interest to acting and was accepted into Chicago's prestigious The Theatre School at DePaul University.