University of Cambridge
Took on the role of Sister Harriet on the period series "The Knick."
Played Lily in a production of Brian Friel's "Freedom of the City" at The Irish Repertory Theater.
Appeared in the acclaimed film "An Education."
Appeared in the landmark period film "Gangs of New York."
Gave an acclaimed performance in the Southern Gothic film "A Good Baby."
Played a prostitute in the film "American Psycho," a role she defended when the MPAA gave the film an NC-17 rating. Seymour argued publicly that the organization should recognize satire and treat depictions of sex with the same permissiveness it did viole
Landed her first film role as a drug addict in the film "The Break."
Appeared in a production of Mike Leigh's "Ecstasy," winning a Village Voice Obie Award for Best Ensemble Acting.
Won a Time Out award for Best New Play for "Now and at the Hour of Our Death."
Toured Europe for seven years with a theater troupe she founded with friends from Cambridge University called Trouble & Strife.
Was cast by Katherine Dieckmann in "A Good Baby" after Dieckmann saw her act in a production of Mike Leigh's "Ecstasy" in New York.
Personally approached the MPAA with Lions Gate copresident Mark Urman to appeal the NC-17 rating that the organization had given the film she appeared in, "American Psycho."