Born in 1970 In New York City, Perry Reeves was raised in New Hampshire by parents who were cautious of their children's exposure to media. Although she had limited exposure to television, Reeves led an active childhood, spending time in France and Italy, before returning to the US. Her first on screen credit came soon after high school, in the made for TV movie "The Preppie Murder" (ABC, 1990) starring Danny Aiello and William Baldwin. Her first recurring role came in 1991 on the TV show "Doogie Howser, M.D. (ABC, 1989-1993). In 2003, she appeared in her first series regular role, opposite Rob Lowe on the legal drama "The Lyon's Den" (NBC, 2003). The next year, she made her first appearance in her most recognizable role to date, playing the long-suffering wife of Jeremy Piven's Ari Gold on "Entourage" (HBO, 2004-2011). After the show ended, Reeves continued to work consistently, most notably in a recurring role on the final season of "Covert Affairs" (USA Network, 2010-14). The next year, she appeared in the film "Entourage" (2015), which continued the story from the series. In 2017, she premiered as a series regular on the drama "Famous In Love" (Freeform, 2017-).