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Busy Philipps

Philipps at the New York Television Festival, 2009

Born Elizabeth Jean Philipps

June 25, 1979 (age 33)

Oak Park, Illinois, U.S.

Other names Busy Philipps

Occupation Actress

Years active 1999–present

Spouse(s) Marc Silverstein (2007–present) (1 child)

Elizabeth Jean Philipps (born June 25, 1979), known professionally as Busy Philipps, is an American film actress, perhaps best known for her supporting roles on the television series Freaks and Geeks and Dawson’s Creek. She has also performed significant roles in films like The Smokers (2000), as Karen Carter, the drama film Home Room (2002) as Alicia Browning, she appeared in White Chicks (2004), played a supporting role in Made of Honor (2008) and appeared in He’s Just Not That Into You (2009). Currently, she plays Laurie Keller in the television series Cougar Town for which she won a Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Critic’s Choice Television Award in 2011.[1]Early life

Philipps was born in Oak Park, Illinois. Her parents gave her the nickname Busy because as an infant she was always moving.[citation needed] The nickname stuck; it even appears on her credit cards, but not her driver’s license.[2] She attended Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, Arizona. She attended Loyola Marymount University at the same time as Linda Cardellini and former boyfriend Colin Hanks.


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