Elizabeth Anne Caplan Is a well-known American actress. She is best known for her films like “Cloverfield”(2008) and “Mean Girls” (2004). Her first acting role was on the television series Freaks and Greeks (1999-2000). She starred in the television shows “Related” (2005-2006), “The Class” (2006 2007, and “Party Down” (2009 2010).

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Early Life

Elizabeth Anne Caplan was born on June 30, 1982, in Los Angeles, California, and grew up in its Miracle Mile district. Her father Richard Caplan was a lawyer and her mother, Barbara was a political aide. She has two siblings Benjamin and Julie. At the age of 13, Lizzy Caplan faced a significant loss when her mother passed away due to cancer.

Lizzy Caplan Net Worth

As of 2023, Lizzy Caplan’s Net worth is estimated to be around $5 million. Her source of wealth comes from being a movie actress. She has been in the film industry for almost two decades.

Educational Qualification

She actively participated in her school’s soccer teams. After completing her graduation in 2010, Lizzy Caplan decided not to attend college. This decision was driven by her desire to concentrate on her burgeoning acting career.

Lizzy Caplan: Professional Life and Career

Caplan began her Acting career in 1999, as a girl named Sarah in the critically acclaimed series “Freaks and Greeks”. She had a series of guest appearances on numerous shows and appeared in Jason Marz’s video “You and I Both”.

Lizzy made her acting debut in the 2010 film “From Where I Sit,” which went straight to television. She gained widespread recognition for her role as Janis Ian in the 2004 film “Mean Girls.” In 2006, she took on the role of Sarah Weller in the thriller film “Love is the Drug” and earned a spot among “10 Actors to Watch” by Variety.

Caplan portrayed Marlena Diamond in the 2008 film “Cloverfield,” receiving a nomination for the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress. Starring as Ami in the romantic comedy “My Best Friend’s Girl,” Lizzy Caplan showcased her versatility. Seamlessly transitioning to television, she added depth to her career with a guest role as Amy Burley on the HBO vampire show ‘True Blood.’ Beyond her live-action roles, she expanded her repertoire by lending her voice to the character Faith Pitt in the proposed animated version of ‘The Pitts.’ Notably, she made a significant appearance in the film “127 Hours,” solidifying her presence across various genres of entertainment.

In early 2012 she premiered in ‘Save the Date’ and ‘Bachelorette’ at the Sundance Film Festival. The same year, she appeared as Julia in several episodes of the Fox sitcom New Girl.

In the 2014 film, ‘The Interview’ she played as Agent Lacey.

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Awards and Nomination

Caplan received a nomination for the Saturn Award in the ‘Best Supporting Actress’ category for ‘Cloverfield’ in 2007. In 2014, she earned a nomination for the Critic’s Choice Television Award for ‘Best Actress in a Drama Series’ and she was nominated for the Satellite Award in the ‘Best Actress Television Series Drama’ category in 2015. In 2016, she secured a nomination for the Teen Choice Awards in the ‘Summer Movies Star: Female’ category for her role in ‘Now You See Me 2.’

Personal Life

Caplan got engaged to the British actor Tom Riley in May 2016 in New York. Their paths first crossed in January 2015 while the actress was filming ‘Now You See Me 2’ in London. Making their red carpet debut as a couple at the Prague Opera Ball in February 2016, they continued to strengthen their bond. The couple eventually tied the knot in September 2017 and their family expanded with the arrival of their son in 2021.

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