Winston Churchill High School
Starred in the Katie Holmes' directorial debut, "All We Had"
Had a supporting role in the music comedy "Geezer"
Co-starred opposite Lily Tomlin in Paul Weitz's comedy-drama "Grandma"
Co-starred as Maggie, the title character's ex-wife, in the Marvel hit "Ant-Man"
Appeared in Brad Bird's "Tomorrowland" as the mother of Britt Robertson's Casey
Landed a supporting role in Colin Trevorrow's smash hit "Jurassic World"
Co-starred in indie horror film "Jamie Marks Is Dead"
Starred opposite Nat Faxon in FX comedy "Married"
Co-starred in action sequel "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes"
Co-starred in Jason Reitman's ensemble comedy-drama "Men, Women and Children"
Cast as teacher Miss Desjardin in the remake of Stephen King's "Carrie"
Co-starred in "Jeff, Who Lives at Home" opposite Jason Segel and Ed Helms
Cast opposite Gerard Butler and Jessica Biel in romantic comedy "Playing for Keeps"
Cast opposite George Clooney in Alexander Payne's "The Descendants"
Cast as the wife of Ashton Kutcher’s character Walden Schmidt on CBS' "Two and a Half Men"
Co-starred with Patrick Wilson in the comedy "Barry Munday"
Acted in the live-action film based on the comic strip "Marmaduke"
Played Jennifer Aniston's employee and friend in the romantic drama "Love Happens"
Voiced sociopathic secretary Cheryl Tunt on FX’s "Archer"
Starred in the short-lived ABC sitcom "Miss Guided"
Cast in the network satire "The TV Set," directed by Jake Kasdan and starring Sigourney Weaver
Cast in Paul Weitz's political satire "American Dreamz"
Co-starred in "The Amateurs," an independent comedy about a sleepy town that comes together to film a porno
Co-starred with Orlando Bloom and Susan Sarandon in writer/director Cameron Crowe's "Elizabethtown"
Starred in Wes Craven's werewolf thriller "Cursed"
Co-starred in writer/director M. Night Shyamalan's "The Village" opposite Joaquin Phoenix
Starred opposite Jennifer Garner in the comedy "13 Going on 30"
Appeared in writer/director Adam Goldberg's psychological drama "I Love Your Work"
Had a recurring role as Kitty Sanchez, George Bluth Sr.'s fiercely loyal assistant, on Fox's "Arrested Development"
Cast as a waitress in the Charlie Kaufman/Spike Jonez comedy "Adaptation"
Cast as Jennifer Lopez’s assistant in the romantic comedy "The Wedding Planner"
Appeared opposite Garry Shandling and John Goodman in Mike Nichols' "What Planet Are You From?"
Had a small role as a reporter opposite George Clooney in "Three Kings"
Appeared with Rose McGowan in "Jawbreaker"
Made her film debut in the low-budget horror movie "Stricken"
Cast opposite David Schwimmer in the romantic comedy "Kissing a Fool"
Born Judith Evans; her stage name Greer was her mother's maiden name.
Was raised Catholic -- her mother was a former nun -- but left the faith as an adult.
First work as a director was a short film for AOL about her practice of Transcendental Meditation.
Published a memoir, I Don't Know Where You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star, in 2014.
Claimed in a 2011 interview with the music website Spinning Platters that fans often lift their shirts at her and quote her "Arrested Development" line, "Say goodbye to these!"
A spinoff album, Cherlene, featuring her "Archer Vice" character, outlaw country singer Cherlene, was given a digital release in 2014. Greer did not provide the character's singing, which was done by Jessy Lynn Martens.
"I don't like to go into a job thinking how I can stand out, because when you do that - I think I've seen it in acting classes - when you try to steal focus, you just end up looking like an assh*le." -- Spinning Platters, November 18, 2011