New York University
Appeared in the comedy "Joshy"
Took on the starring role of Abby on "Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce"
Guest starred on three episodes of "The Good Wife"
Starred in Peter Paige's feature directorial debut, "Say Uncle"
Cast in the ensamble "Fathers and Sons," which revolves around the intertwined tales of three families who grow up on the same street
Cast as Dr. Lisa Cuddy on FOX's surprise hit "House"
Appeared in the comedy "Daddy Day Care" starring Eddie Murphy
Was a regular on the NBC midseason replacement sitcom "Leap of Faith"
Had a recurring role on "Felicity" (The WB)
Appeared as a recurring character on "Ally McBeal" (Fox)
Had supporting roles in the comedy features "Keeping the Faith" and "What Women Want"
Had a featured recurring role on "The West Wing" (NBC)
Featured in a recurring role on ABC's "Sports Night"
Had a regular role on the ABC romantic drama "Relativity"
Had a recurring role on the CBS sitcom "Almost Perfect"
Acted in two episodes of the hit NBC sitcom "Seinfeld"
Guested on "L.A. Law" and "Mad About You" (both NBC)
Had early feature credit with a small role in "The Doors"
Hosted the MTV morning show "Awake on the Wild Side"
Became a cheerleader for Donald Trump's New Jersey Generals at age 16, but led a strike when the group was forced to stand in bars wearing their uniforms.
Became a fixture in the New York club scene soon after moving there at the age of 18, where she was known as "Lisa E."
Used her notoriety as a "celebutaunt" to stage an original musical, "Positive Me," at the La MaMa theatre in order to raise awareness about the growing AIDS epidemic of the '80s.