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Born: April 6, 1983 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New Hampshire, USA Profession:

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Hilarious and high-spirited aptly described one of Hollywood's more endearing starlets, Eliza Coupe. The blonde-haired beauty first gained widespread notoriety for her portrayal of the mega-driven Denise "Jo" Mahoney on the hit medical comedy series "Scrubs" (ABC, 2001-2010). The actress-comedienne continued to pop up on the silver screen and on numerous popular television shows, including the film "I Think I Love My Wife" (2007), the HBO series "12 Miles of Bad Road" (2008) and the movie "Somewhere" (2010). It was her next project that put her on the map. Coupe and her fellow cast mates from the hit comedy series "Happy Endings" (ABC, 2011-13) created a huge buzz with audiences and critics following the show's 2011 premiere. As Jane Williams, Coupe played one of the close friends and a wife on this updated version of the popular comedy series, "Friends" (NBC, 1994-2004). Although über-motivated Jane's happy ending involved having two high-brow children who grow up to become world leaders. It was harder to determine what Coupe's own happy ending would be, but based on her comedic skills and track record as a dependable, engaging ensemble player, Coupe's future in Hollywood seemed limitless. ...

Hilarious and high-spirited aptly described one of Hollywood's more endearing starlets, Eliza Coupe. The blonde-haired beauty first gained widespread notoriety for her portrayal of the mega-driven Denise "Jo" Mahoney on the hit medical comedy series "Scrubs" (ABC, 2001-2010). The actress-comedienne continued to pop up on the silver screen and on numerous popular television shows, including the film "I Think I Love My Wife" (2007), the HBO series "12 Miles of Bad Road" (2008) and the movie "Somewhere" (2010). It was her next project that put her on the map. Coupe and her fellow cast mates from the hit comedy series "Happy Endings" (ABC, 2011-13) created a huge buzz with audiences and critics following the show's 2011 premiere. As Jane Williams, Coupe played one of the close friends and a wife on this updated version of the popular comedy series, "Friends" (NBC, 1994-2004). Although über-motivated Jane's happy ending involved having two high-brow children who grow up to become world leaders. It was harder to determine what Coupe's own happy ending would be, but based on her comedic skills and track record as a dependable, engaging ensemble player, Coupe's future in Hollywood seemed limitless.

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 Somewhere (2010)
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Grew up in Plymouth, NH
2003:
Toured France playing a soldier in an all-female production of "King Lear"
2005:
Premiered her one-woman sketch show "The Patriots" at New York's Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre
2007:
Made feature acting debut in "I Think I Love My Wife," starring Chris Rock and Kerry Washington
2007:
TV debut, HBO's "The Flight of the Conchords"
2008:
Joined the cast of HBO series "12 Miles of Bad Road," starring Lily Tomlin
2009:
Landed a recurring role as a medical intern on "Scrubs" (ABC); also co-starred on the series' Web spin-off "Scrubs: Interns"
2010:
Appeared in Sofia Coppola directed drama "Somewhere"
2011:
Co-starred as control freak Jane on ABC comedy series "Happy Endings"
2011:
Appeared in the comedy "What's Your Number?" with Anna Faris and Chris Evans
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Education

California Institute of the Arts: -

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