Suzanne Cryer Biography
Birthday: January 13, 1967 (Capricorn)
Born In: Rochester, New York, United States
Suzanne Cryer is an American actress, who has garnered fame for portraying Ashley on the ABC sitcom ‘Two Guys and a Girl’ and Laurie Bream in the HBO original series ‘Silicon Valley’. The New York native earned a degree in English literature from the ‘Yale University’ before enrolling at the ‘Yale School of Drama’ for a master’s. During this period, she portrayed various characters in a number of productions at the ‘Utah Shakespeare Festival’. After beginning her acting career on stage, she made her screen debut in an episode of NBC’s police procedural drama ‘Law & Order’ in 1992. In the same year, she also made her big screen debut in the drama film ‘Vaudeville’. However, she had to wait until 1998 for her breakthrough role as Ashley Walker on the ABC sitcom ‘Two Guys and a Girl’. Since then, she has appeared in films like ‘Sex and the City’, ‘Get the Gringo’, and ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’. Between 2013 and 2018, she portrayed Jenna Paul on the family drama television show ‘The Fosters’. Cryer joined the cast of ‘Silicon Valley’ in its second season and has since established Laurie Bream as one of the most memorable supporting characters of the series.