Amy Landecker

Amy Landecker began her acting career with roles in the series "Early Edition" (1996-2000), "Turks" (CBS, 1998-99), "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC, 1999-) "NCIS" (CBS, 2003-). She also appeared in films including "Temporary Girl" (1998) and "Light It Up" (1999). In the early 2000s, she shifted her entertainment career towards more comedic roles, appearing on the critically-acclaimed sitcom "Louie" (FX, 2009-15), the Steve Carell dramatic comedy "Dan in Real Life" (2007), and the Coen Brothers dramedy "A Serious Man" (2009). She spent the 2010s tackling film roles ranging from the Paul Giamatti comedy "All is Bright" (2013) to Nicole Holofcener's thoughtful romantic comedy "Enough Said" (2013) with Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini. Returning to TV, she played supporting roles on the dark sitcom "Married" (FX, 2013-15) and the Emmy-winning comedy-drama "Transparent" (Amazon 2014- ).