|Martha Marcy May Marlene||2011||Actor||Martha||20117|
|I Saw the Light||2014||Actor||Audrey Mae||20147|
|Very Good Girls||2013||Actor||Gerri||20137|
|The Tonight Show With Jay Leno||2012 2012||Actor||Guest||20127|
|The Late Show With David Letterman||2014 2014||Guest||n/a||1|
|The Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley: Mystery on the High Seas||1995 1994 - 1995||Actor||Lizzie||19957|
|Red Lights||2012||Actor||Sally Owen||20127|
|The 17th Annual Critics' Choice Awards||2012 2011 - 2012||Presenter||n/a||1|
|Peace, Love and Misunderstanding||2012||Actor||Zoe||20127|
|Kill Your Darlings||2013||Actor||Edie Parker||20137|
|Cast in a minor role in her sisters' ABC television movie "How the West Was Fun"|
|Acted opposite Sigourney Weaver and Robert De Niro in the drama thriller "Red Lights"|
|The Olsen twins' clothing line Elizabeth and James was named after her and their brother|
|Gave a critically lauded performance as a young woman who escapes a cult in the drama thriller "Martha Marcy May Marlene"|
|Co-starred with writer and director Josh Radnor in romantic comedy "Liberal Arts"|
|Cast alongside Jane Fonda and Catherine Keener in the comedy-drama "Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding"|
|Starred in the horror film "Silent House"|
|Cast in a supporting role as Jane Fonda's granddaughter in "Peace, Love, & Misunderstanding"|
|Appeared as herself in her sisters' direct-to-video release "Our First Video"|
|Ashley Olsen||Sister||Born June 13, 1986; twin of Mary-Kate|
|Jarnette Olsen||Mother||Managed daughters' careers; Divorced from David Olsen in February 1996|
|David Olsen||Father||Born c. 1953; Divorced from Jarnie Olsen in February 1996; Remarried March 1996|
|Mary-Kate Olsen||Sister||Born June 13, 1986; twin of Ashley|
|Trent Olsen||Brother||Born May 6, 1984|
|Tisch Schhol of the Arts, New York University|
|Atlantic Theater Company Acting School|
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