Judy Greer was born in Detroit and studied at The Theatre School, DePaul University's prestigious theater conservatory program. She is one of the most prolific actresses of her time, appearing to date in over eighty roles across film and television. Greer notably starred in the Oscar-winning film The Descendants. No stranger to the small screen, she stars in the sitcom Married, voices a character on the cult hit Archer, and can also be seen in Arrested Development. On stage, Greer recently made her Broadway debut in Dead Accounts. Online, she stars in her own Yahoo! series called Reluctantly Healthy. Greer currently lives in Los Angeles.
"The most fun thing in the world is sitting with Judy Greer and
talking about her life while drinking perhaps a touch more wine
than you'd intended. If you can't make that happen, the second most
fun thing is reading her book. While you over-pour and drink the
--Jennifer Garner (Judy's co-star in 13 Going on 30)
"Will make you wish Greer was your wacky best friend." -People
"A hilarious, heartfelt memoir." -InStyle
"Intimate and frank. . . . I Don't Know What You Know Me From proves what [her fans] have always suspected: Judy Greer shines in the starring role." -The Daily Beast
"Finally this perennial co-star gets to confound Hollywood's expectations and take center stage in a role that's every bit as hilarious, delightful, and brutally honest as the comedienne herself." -Mitch Hurwitz, creator of Arrested Development
"If you've heard Judy speak even once you can hear her voice all through these wonderful stories, because she writes like she talks and what she says is so much fun to listen to. My only complaint was how much I missed her when the book was over-but that's how I always feel after a long stay with a good friend."
-Jim Parsons, star of The Big Bang Theory
"The book is so funny it might make her a household name."
-Ladies' Home Journal
"She's nothing if not honest-sometimes brutally so."
-Los Angeles Times
"Her book is just as honest, witty, and observant as she actually is. From her early life and her experiences in love and friendship to the weird world of Hollywood, she candidly spills the beans and consistently entertains. So now is your chance-you too can be friends with Judy (sort of)."
"I read it in one sitting. Then I flushed."
"Charming. . . . [Greer's] bubbly best-friend personality and self-deprecating anecdotes will have readers rooting for her."
"Greer is an engaging and witty storyteller, at turns wistful and unsparingly honest."