Sarah Lawrence College
High Mowing School
Cast alongside Al Pacino, Alan Arkin, and Christopher Walken in crime comedy "Stand Up Guys"
Nominated for the 2011 TV Critics Association Award for Individual Achievement in Drama
Nominated for the 2011 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in Drama Series
Co-starred in independent film "City Island"
Starred as Alicia Florrick, litigator and wife of a disgraced politician (Chris Noth) on CBS legal drama "The Good Wife"
Reprised role of Nurse Carol Hathaway for one episode alongside George Clooney on final season of "ER" (NBC)
Played title character on short-lived Fox series "Canterbury's Law"
Made Broadway debut in "Festen" opposite Ali MacGraw and Jeremy Sisto
Co-starred with Samuel L. Jackson in campy thriller "Snakes on a Plane"
Guest starred as a real-estate agent on HBO mob drama "The Sopranos"
Cast as NSA Agent Maya Jackson in TNT limited series "The Grid"
Guest starred as a malpractice attorney on NBC comedy "Scrubs"
Appeared in CBS miniseries "Hitler: The Rise of Evil"
Co-starred with real-life love Ron Eldard in thriller "Ghost Ship"
Landed featured role in "The Man From Elysian Fields"
Co-starred with Donald Sutherland in Jon Robin Baitz's off-Broadway play "Ten Unknowns"
Cast as protagonist Morgaine in TNT miniseries "The Mists of Avalon"
Appeared on NYC stage in "The Vagina Monologues"
Cast in featured role in ensemble comedy-drama "What's Cooking?"
Voiced Neera, the female companion of an iguanadon in animated feature "Dinosaur"
Starred opposite Ivan Sergei in "The Big Day/We Met on the Vineyard"
Turned down reported salary of $27 million (for two seasons) to continue role on "ER" in order to pursue other projects
Played Matthew McConaughey's love interest in "The Newton Boys"
Returned to features as co-star in "Paradise Road" and "Traveller"
Landed recurring role on "Homicide: Life on the Street" (NBC) as a waitress involved with Ned Beatty's Detective Bolander
Played Nurse Carol Hathaway on NBC medical drama "ER"; character attempted suicide on pilot episode and was intended to die, but producers changed plot and she continued as series regular for six seasons
Made TV debut on episode of NBC's "Law & Order"