The Buckley School
Landed a recurring part on the comedy series "Angie Tribeca"
Appeared in the Netflix Christmas special "A Very Murray Christmas"
Voiced the role of Cool Girl's Emotions in Pixar's "Inside Out"
Appeared in the drama "Decoding Annie Parker"
Made film writing debut with romantic comedy "Celeste & Jesse Forever"; also co-starred with Andy Samberg
Co-starred with Jason Segel and Amy Adams in the family comedy "The Muppets"
Cast in the comedy feature "The Big Year" opposite Owen Wilson, Jack Black, and Steve Martin
Appeared in "The Social Network," directed by David Fincher about the founding of the social networking website Facebook
Played Paul Rudd's fiance in "I Love You, Man"
Cast opposite Amy Poehler on the NBC comedy hit "Parks and Recreation"
Cast in the Farrelly Brothers produced sitcom "Unhitched" (Fox)
Joined the cast of NBC's "The Office" in the third season as a love interest to Jim Halpert (John Krasinski)
Cast opposite Brittany Murphy in the romantic comedy "Little Black Book"
Appeared on stage in L.A. with mother and uncle in the one-act play "Pitching to the Star"
Played a feminist in the "1972" segment of HBO's lesbian-themed anthology "If These Walls Could Talk 2"
Cast on the controversial Fox drama "Boston Public" as the sharp-witted assistant to principal Harper (Chi McBride)
Guest starred on an episode of "Freaks and Geeks" (NBC) playing high school tough Karen Scarfolli
Acted in the festival-screened independent drama "East of A"
Featured in the CBS miniseries "Mario Puzo's 'The Last Don'"
Converted to Hinduism after visiting an ashram in India at age 13.
Was featured along with her father Quincy on a track on the Tupac Shakur tribute album The Rose that Grew From Concrete, a collection of friends reading poetry from the rapper's early years.
Has contributed her writing to Teen Vogue magazine and a chapter of her father’s autobiography Q: The Autobiography of Quincy Jones.
Has modeled for Harper's Bazaar magazine.