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  • Place of birth : Boston
  • Date of birth : 27/04/1983

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Ari Graynor (1983)

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Ariel Geltman Graynor, better known as Ari Graynor, is an American actress.

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Graynor was born in Boston, Massachusetts. She was raised in a Jewish family and attended Buckingham Browne & Nichols, a private school in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Trinity College, in Hartford, Connecticut. She first came to prominence as 'Caitlin Rucker' on HBO's The Sopranos. Her film credits include An American Crime , which premiered in January 2007 at the Sundance Film Festival.

She also appeared early in the second season of UPN's Veronica Mars as the daughter of a bus driver. She made her Broadway debut as 'Alison' in 2005's Brooklyn Boy after appearing in the world premiere at South Coast Repertory. She also appeared in The Little Dog Laughed.

Graynor shaved her head for her role as Elvina, a pop star, in CSI: Miami, and is a recurring guest star on the Fox series Fringe, playing Agent Olivia Dunham's younger sister, Rachel.
In 2008, Graynor appeared in the film Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, and in October, 2009, she also was in Whip It, a comedy film directed by Drew Barrymore and written by Shauna Cross, based on Cross' young adult novel Derby Girl. As of the Fall of 2011, she is appearing on Broadway in the Woody Allen written segment of three one-act comedies collectively called Relatively Speaking. She plays "Nina Roth" in Allen’s “Honeymoon Hotel” segment.

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