Suzanne Pulier Macht
Carnegie Mellon University
Appeared in the film "Breaking at the Edge"
Co-starred as slick attorney Harvey Spencer on USA Network's "Suits"
Cast opposite Luke Wilson in the crime film "Middle Men"
Joined cast alongside Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal in romantic comedy "Love and Other Drugs"
Co-starred opposite Kate Beckinsale in "Whiteout"
Cast in the title role in Frank Miller's adaptation of Will Eisner's "The Spirit"
Played Mandy Moore's love interest in "Because I Said So"
Cast as a fellow Skull & Bones member opposite Matt Damon in "The Good Shepherd"
Starred opposite John Travolta and Scarlett Johansson in "A Love Song for Bobby Long"
Starred with Robert Forster and Johnny Knoxville in the low-budget comedy "Grand Theft Parsons"
Co-starred with Al Pacino and Colin Farrell in "The Recruit"
Co-starred with Chris Rock and Anthony Hopkins in "Bad Company"
Landed featured role in the war drama "Behind Enemy Lines"
Played Frank James in the film "American Outlaws"
Starred as an empathetic medical intern named Mark Gabriel on the NBC series "The Others"
Portrayed William Holden in the ABC biopic "The Audrey Hepburn Story" with Jennifer Love Hewitt as Hepburn
Produced and starred in the independent film "The Bookie's Lament"
Co-starred in "The Adventures of Sebastian Cole"
Produced and acted in the film "Not for Nothin'"
Landed supporting role in the film "The Object of My Affection"
Acted off-Broadway as "The Visitor" (aka Elvis) in Steve Martin's comedy "Picasso at the Lapin Agile"
Appeared in the ABC TV-movie "Follow the River"
Performed in the play "What the Butler Saw" at the Arena Stage in Washington, DC
Played supporting role in the NBC TV-movie "Guilty Until Proven Innocent"
Made feature acting debut in "Why Would I Lie?"
Was raised in Westchester County, NY.