Anne Dudek began her career on Broadway, and first appeared on television in an episode of "ER", but wouldn't receive her big break until she worked on the British series "The Book Group". After returning to the United States, Dudek appeared on the popular shows "Judging Amy", "Friends", and "Six Feet Under" before landing a minor role in the film "The Human Stain" starring Anthony Hopkins and Nicole Kidman. Her first major role was in the 2004 indie film "The Naughty Lady". That same year, Dudek played Tiffany Wilson in the comedy "White Chicks". She found a much greater degree of success in the years 2007 to 2009, with recurring roles in three hit TV series: "House", "Big Love", and "Mad Men". In 2006 she played a supporting role in "Park" which enjoyed festival success. Dudek is married to artist Matthew Heller.