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An actress with a long-established history in television, film and theatre, Elizabeth Norment's most substantial onscreen career role came as secretary Nancy Kaufberger in David Fincher's remake of the classic British drama series "House of Cards" (Netflix 2013). While she made guest appearances in many other high-profile television shows, including "Doogie Howser, MD" (ABC 1989-1993) , "ER" (NBC 1994-2009), "Party of Five" (Fox 1994-2000) and "Law & Order" (NBC 1990-2010), her resume was also notable for small parts in the Gene Wilder-starring romantic comedy "The Woman in Red" (1984) and the Mira Sorvino and Lisa Kudrow slapstick comedy "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion" (1997). Born in Washington and partly raised in Japan and Germany while her father was in the CIA, Norment began acting professionally in 1980 following her graduation from Yale University, when she was invited to join Robert Brustein's American Repertory Theatre (ART). Developing a career in theatre before she transferred to the screen, many of Norment's early roles were with companies such as Milwaukee Repertory Theatre and the Colony Theater in Los Angeles. She credited much of her success to her early work in...

An actress with a long-established history in television, film and theatre, Elizabeth Norment's most substantial onscreen career role came as secretary Nancy Kaufberger in David Fincher's remake of the classic British drama series "House of Cards" (Netflix 2013). While she made guest appearances in many other high-profile television shows, including "Doogie Howser, MD" (ABC 1989-1993) , "ER" (NBC 1994-2009), "Party of Five" (Fox 1994-2000) and "Law & Order" (NBC 1990-2010), her resume was also notable for small parts in the Gene Wilder-starring romantic comedy "The Woman in Red" (1984) and the Mira Sorvino and Lisa Kudrow slapstick comedy "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion" (1997). Born in Washington and partly raised in Japan and Germany while her father was in the CIA, Norment began acting professionally in 1980 following her graduation from Yale University, when she was invited to join Robert Brustein's American Repertory Theatre (ART). Developing a career in theatre before she transferred to the screen, many of Norment's early roles were with companies such as Milwaukee Repertory Theatre and the Colony Theater in Los Angeles. She credited much of her success to her early work in Shakespeare, once citing her roles in the comedies "As You Like It" and "Much Ado About Nothing" as her breakthroughs: "A lot of people in the business either saw them or heard about them. I've been working steadily ever since."

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Romy & Michele's High School Reunion (1997) Irate Customer
2.
 Murder in Mind (1997) Dr Beck
3.
 Co-ed Call Girl (1996) Vivian Stone
4.
 Final Days, The (1989) Jill Volner
5.
 Single Women, Married Men (1989) Laurie
6.
 Too Good to Be True (1988) Anita Robie
8.
 Woman In Red, The (1984) Hair Stylist
9.
 Runaway (1984) Miss Shields
10.
 Robert Kennedy and His Times (1985) Eunice Kennedy
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Education

University of Chicago: -
Cornell University: -
Yale University: - 1976 - 1979

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