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Actress Elizabeth Anne “Lizzy” Caplan was born in Los Angeles, California, to Barbara (Bragman), a political aide, and Richard Caplan, a lawyer. She has two older siblings, Julie and Benjamin, and was raised in a Jewish household. Her mother was a cousin of publicist Howard Bragman. Caplan was educated at Alexander Hamilton High School, where she showed an interest in acting and was cast in school plays.
Interesting Facts about Lizzy Caplan
- Loves the show Saved by the Bell (1989).
- Has an older brother named Ben.
- Godmother of Busy Philipps’s daughter Birdie Silverstein.
- Named one of Variety’s Top 10 Actors to Watch 2006.
- Played Ami in the romantic comedy My Best Friend’s Girl (2008). [October 2007]
- Lives in the Hollywood Hills.
- Married her boyfriend of 2 years Tom Riley in Italy over Labor Day weekend following a 16-month-long engagement. [September 2017]
- She was on her school’s soccer team.
- In 2003 she named her (male) cat Colbert, after Stephen Colbert, who at that time was a correspondent on The Daily Show (1996). As of May 2016, that cat was still alive.
- She is the godmother of the daughter of actress Busy Philipps and screenwriter Marc Silverstein.
- Has an older sister named Julie.
- Her first cousin, once removed, is publicist Howard Bragman.
Personal Quotes by Lizzy Caplan
Had ‘Bridesmaids’ not ended up being so amazing and successful, we would never have been able to make ‘Bachelorette.’ So we are in awe of ‘Bridesmaids’ and totally owe them so much.– Lizzy Caplan
I think being mean to people in high school is healthy. It’s sort of like you’re in this situation with all these other kids and sometimes you need to get your aggression out. And if you’d had people be mean to you before, it really does build character.– Lizzy Caplan
Don’t peak in high school.– Lizzy Caplan
There’s only so many times you can read how ugly you are and how much people hate you.– Lizzy Caplan
I have a habit of getting very obsessive about one thing, but it usually lasts no more than three days.– Lizzy Caplan