In her graduating class of 57 at the Quaker-run Friends Seminary in New York City, Olivia Thirlby was one of just a handful of students who didn't go to college. Instead, she landed her first acting role in "United 93" (2006); made her TV debut on "Kidnapped" (NBC, 2006-07); and portrayed Ellen Page's wisecracking best friend in the Academy Award-winning "Juno" (2007). Her high school days continued in "The Wackness" (2008), where she portrayed Sir Ben Kingsley's open-minded stepdaughter. Thirlby, who received classical training in both New York and London, appeared on the cult HBO series "Bored to Death" (2009-2011) and later branched out into voice acting with director David Gordon Green's animated series "Good Vibes" (MTV, 2011) before landing back-to-back lead roles in "Nobody Walks" (2012) and "Dredd" (2012). A firm believer in being true to yourself (she came out as bisexual in 2011), Olivia Thirlby brings that same honesty and intensity to every performance.