A comedically-gifted performer and a veteran of major network television series, actress Sarah Chalke's first claim to fame was as Lecy Goransen's replacement as the troubled daughter, Becky Conner, on the seminal sitcom, "Roseanne" (ABC, 1988-1997). Chalke would later shine even brighter on another popular sitcom, a one-two punch most television actors experience just once if they are lucky. As the deadpan and adoringly lovelorn Dr. Elliot Reid on the NBC dramedy "Scrubs" (NBC/ABC, 2001-2010), Chalke mastered the deadpan delivery and goofy antics the hit medical comedy was known for, as well as held her own alongside such seasoned comic actors as Ken Jenkins (Dr. Kelso) and John C. McGinley (Dr. Cox). She also managed to make strides in the feature world with "Mama's Boy" (2007) and "Chaos Theory" (2008), but it was the small screen that remained her bread and butter. By the time she landed a recurring role on the popular comedy "Cougar Town" (ABC, 2009-12; TBS, 2013-15), Chalke had established a reputation as a dependable and endearing supporting player.