Playing lanky, clumsy and unforgettable characters who often stole scene after scene from her A-list co-stars, Judy Greer turned attractive awkwardness into an art form. The minute the actress stepped foot on camera, she exuded a natural comedic flair in films such as "What Women Want" (2000) with Mel Gibson, "The Wedding Planner" (2001) with Jennifer Lopez, and "13 Going on 30" (2004) with Jennifer Garner. Greer also thrived on the small screen with hit shows like "Arrested Development" (Fox, 2003-06) and "Californication" (Showtime, 2007-14). She widened her horizons with the supernatural thriller "The Village" (2004) and Wes Craven's horror flick "Cursed" (2005), before returning to more comedic roles in "American Dreamz" (2006) and "The Amateurs" (2006). By the time she joined the cast of animated hit "Archer" (FX 2009- ), co-starred opposite George Clooney in "The Descendants" (2011) and starred in cult favorite sitcom "Married" (FX 2014-15), Greer was firmly established as a top character actress capable of playing in a variety of genres in film and on television. She added a key big screen role to her career when she played the resourceful daughter of Jamie Lee Curtis' Laurie Strode in "Halloween" (2018).