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Lizzy Caplan

Body measurements

Height

165 cm (5 ft 5 in)

Weight

55 kg (121 lb)

Bra size

32B

Chest size

85 cm (33 in)

Waist size

57 cm (22 in)

Hips size

85 cm (33 in)

Shoe size

8 US

Dress size

2

Info

Date of birth

June 30, 1982

Age

41

Zodiac sign

Cancer

Nationality

USA

Occupation

Actress

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Religion

Judaism

Eyes color

Green

Hair color

Brown
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Who is Lizzy Caplan?

Elizabeth ‘Lizzy’ Caplan is a popular American actress.

Early Accomplishments

Lizzy's acting career began on television with a small role as Sarah in the series Freaks and Geeks.

After that, she was invited to Sharon Osbourne’s talk show.

Also, Lizzy starred in Jason Mraz's music video You and I Both.

Best Known For

In 2004, Lizzie had her first notable role in the movie Mean Girls. Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Lindsay Lohan starred with her in the film.

Caplan also appeared in J. J. Abrams' Monstro as Marlena Diamond. She was nominated for a Saturn Award for her role in the film.

Among other famous films and series with Lizzy, we can note Castle Rock, Now You See Me 2, and The Night Before.

Sexual Orientation

Lizzy Caplan’s orientation is straight. From 2006 to 2012, she dated actor Matthew Perry. In September 2017, Lizzy married actor Tom Riley after two years of relationship.

Family

Lizzy was born in Los Angeles, California to a Jewish family. Her father is a lawyer and her mother was a political adviser. Lizzy’s mother died of an illness when she was 13 years old. She has an older brother and sister.

Religion

Kaplan is a follower of Judaism.

Worth To Know

Caplan, along with Jason Ritter, presented the winner for Best Motion Picture Score at the People's Choice Award in January 2007.

In 2013, she began playing 1960s human sexuality pioneer Virginia E. Johnson on the Showtime series Masters of Sex. Caplan also provided her own vocals for a cover version of the song You Don't Know Me in one of the episodes.




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