Elizabeth Ann Reaser
Bloomfield Township, Michigan, United States
She went to the Avondale High School in Auburn Hill, Michigan.
Elizabeth studied at the Oakland University in Michigan.
From 1995 to 1999, she went to the Juilliard School‘s Drama Division in Manhattan, New York City and completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. She was in Group 28.
Film, television and stage actress
- Father – John Reaser (Attorney turned restaurateur turned substitute teacher)
- Mother – Karen Weidman (Homemaker)
- Siblings – Emily Reaser (Sister), Mary Aaron (Sister)
- Others – William Davidson (Step Father), Ethan Davidson (Step Brother)
She is managed by United Talent Agency.
5 ft 4 in or 163 cm
48 kg or 106 pounds
Boyfriend / Spouse
Elizabeth Reaser’s dating history is not known.
Race / Ethnicity
She has Austrian, English, German, Irish, Swedish and Scottish ancestry.
- Curly hair
- Sea green eyes
- Addictive smile
34-24-32 in or 86-61-81 cm
4 (US) or 34 (EU)
8 (US) or 38 (EU)
Elizabeth’s brand endorsements are not known.
Best Known For
Some of her notable movies include Stay (2005), The Family Stone (2005), Sweet Land (2005), Against the Current (2009), The Twilight film series (2008-2012), and Young Adult (2011).
Among Elizabeth’s best-known TV series are Grey’s Anatomy (2007-2008), The Ex-List (2008), and The Good Wife (2010-2012).
She debuted in film industry with the drama film The Believer (2001) as Miriam.
First TV Show
His first TV series was Sports Theater with Shaquille O’Neal in which she played Molly in the Scrubs episode in 1998.
First Stage Performance
Elizabeth’s first stage performance was in play Sweet Bird of Youth in 1999 as Heavenly at La Jolla Playhouse.
Elizabeth’s personal trainer is not known.
However, she is a vegetarian and is even listed as one by PETA.
Elizabeth Reaser Favorite Things
- Actors / Directors – Mike Leigh, Lars von Trier, Woody Allen, Pedro Almodóvar
- Books – In the Skin of a Lion, The End of the Affair, A Million Little Pieces
Source – Vanity Fair
Elizabeth Reaser Facts
- Before becoming an actress, Elizabeth took up petty jobs including working as a caddy at a country club.
- She once did a play in which the audience comprised of only two members.
- For her role in Saved (2006), Elizabeth actually spent time in a medical emergency room to understand her character.
- Interview Magazine ranked her among the “14 To Be” emerging creative woman in October 2004.
- You can follow her on Twitter.