|The Exploding Girl||2010||Actor||Ivy||20107|
|Bored to Death||2010 2010||Actor||Nina||20107|
|The Pretty One||2014||Actor||Laurel/Audrey||20147|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live||2013 2013||Actor||Guest||20137|
|In Your Eyes||2013||Actor||Rebecca||20137|
|Ruby Sparks||2012||Actor||Ruby Sparks||20127|
|I Hate Valentine's Day||2009||Actor||Tammy Greenwood||20097|
|Meek's Cutoff||2011||Actor||Millie Gately||20117|
|The Private Lives of Pippa Lee||2009||Actor||Grace Lee||20097|
|Revolutionary Road||2008||Actor||Maureen Grube||20087|
|Our Brand Is Crisis (Remake)||2014||Actor||Sarah LeBlanc||20147|
|Me and Orson Welles||2009||Actor||Gretta Adler||20097|
|In the Valley of Elah||2007||Actor||Angie||20077|
|Olive Kitteridge||2014 2014||Actor||Denise Thibodeau||20147|
|Ruby Sparks||2012||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Made Broadway debut opposite S. Epatha Merkerson and Kevin Anderson in a revival of William Inge's "Come Back, Little Sheba"|
|Cast as Meryl Streep's daughter in Nancy Meyers comedy "It's Complicated"|
|Cast opposite Cynthia Nixon in The New Group's production of "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie"|
|Made feature film debut in "Swordswallowers and Thin Men"|
|Played Leonardo DiCaprio's secretarial fling in "Revolutionary Road"|
|Feature writing debut, "Ruby Sparks"; also played title role opposite Dano|
|Acted opposite Paul Dano, as husband and wife, in the Western "Meek's Cutoff"|
|Paul Dano||Companion||Reportedly dating as of March 2009; Acted together in "Meek's Cutoff" (2010) and "Ruby Sparks" (2012)|
|Elia Kazan||Grandfather||Born Sept. 7, 1909; directed "A Streetcar Named Desire" (1951) and "East of Eden" (1955); Died Sept. 28, 2003|
|Nicholas Kazan||Father||Born in 1950|
|Maya Kazan||Sister||Younger; attended Windward School in Los Angeles CA; degree in Film Studies from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT|
|Robin Swicord||Mother||Born in 1952|
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