Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art
Appeared in the thriller "Jeckyll Island"
Starred on the ABC comedy series "Speechless"
Took on the role of Fiona on the TV series adaptation "About a Boy"
Had a supporting role opposite Hilary Swank in "Conviction"
Cast in the film adaptation of the award-winning novel, "Barney's Version," as one of Barney's (Paul Giamatti) ex-wives
Co-starred with Uma Thurman in the indie comedy, "Motherhood"
Cast as Dahlia Malloy in the FX series, "The Riches"; earned Emmy (2007) and Golden Globe (2008) nominations for Best Actress in a Drama Series
Released second album, Seastories; collaborated with Ryan Adams and Liz Phair on the album
Released debut album, Everything I've Got in My Pocket
Cast in the big-screen version of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical "The Phantom of the Opera"
Acted in the drama "Owning Mahowny"
Had a recurring role on "Will & Grace" (NBC) as Stan's Mistress, Lorraine Finster and as the daughter of Karen's (Megan Mullally) lover, Lyle Finster (John Cleese)
Guest starred as herself on an episode of the british sitcom "Absolutely Fabulous"
Starred in the British comedy "High Heels and Lowlifes"
Made guest appearance as 'Minnie Driver' on Showtime's "The Chris Isaak Show"; also sang
Starred opposite David Duchovny in "Return to Me" playing a woman who has received a heart transplant
Had leading role of a single mother competing in a beauty pageant in "Beautiful"
Voiced the character of 'Winona Ryder' in "South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut"
With sister Kate, formed the production company Two Drivers
Producing debut with "At Sachem Farm"; also co-starred
Co-starred with John Cusack in "Grosse Pointe Blank"
Played an English medical student and Matt Damon's love interest in "Good Will Hunting"; received an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress
Played the mistress to a member of Parliament in the British miniseries "The Politician's Wife" (aired in the US on PBS)
Gained 25 pounds to star in feature film debut, "Circle of Friends"
Featured as country-western lounge singer in "GoldenEye"
Co-starred in the BBC production, "Maigret and the Nightclub Dancer" (aired in the US on PBS)
Performs regularly at London night clubs as a jazz vocalist and guitarist.
Was part of the Milo Roth Band, which received a recording contract when she was 19.
Spent her school holidays in Barbados with her father.
Made stage debut two weeks after graduating from drama school.