Eliza Coupe Biography
(Actress and Comedian Known for Roles in Comedy Series ‘Happy Endings’, ‘Scrubs’ and 'Future Man')
Birthday: April 6, 1981 (Aries)
Born In: Plymouth, New Hampshire, United States
Eliza Kate Coupe is an actress, writer, producer, and comedian from America. She has garnered fame for portraying Jane Kerkovich-Williams in the ABC comedy series ‘Happy Endings’, Denise "Jo" Mahoney in the last two seasons of the medical comedy-drama ‘Scrubs’, and Hannah Wyland in ‘Quantico’. A native of New Hampshire, Coupe has always been interested in performing. She was a regular performer in the plays staged by her high school and later attended California Institute of the Arts. After college, she also took classes on improvisational comedy and acted in several stage productions. Coupe made her screen debut in 2006 in the short film ‘The Day the World Saved Shane Sawyer’. A year later, she debuted on the big screen with the romantic comedy ‘I Think I Love My Wife’. While she has appeared in several films throughout her career, it is as a TV actress that she has found considerable success. At present, she stars as Tiger in the Hulu science fiction comedy series ‘Future Man’. In 2013, Coupe was nominated for a Golden Derby Award for Comedy Supporting Actress for ‘Happy Endings’.