In television, film, and theater, Betty Gilpin has established herself as one of the industry’s most exciting actresses. From her outstanding breakout performance “Debbie ‘Liberty Bell’ Eagan,” starring opposite Alison Brie and Marc Maron.
On television, Gilpin is also notable for portraying “Doctor Carrie Roman” in the Golden Globe nominated show Nurse Jackie and has recently recurred on the first season of Starz’s critically acclaimed show, American Gods, leaving her mark as “Audrey.” Additional television credits include Master of Sex, Elementary, The Good Wife, Past Life, The Unusuals, Possible Side Effects, Fringe, New Amsterdam, Law & Order: SVU, Medium, Sherlock, and the Civil War based PBS miniseries, Mercy West.
In film, Gilpin recently starred in New Line Cinema’s comedy Isn’t It Romantic as “Whitney,” opposite Rebel Wilson, Liam Hemsworth, Adam Devine, and Priyanka Chopra. Additionally, Gilpin will star next in Twentieth Century Fox’s comedy, Stuber, opposite Mira Sorvino, Kumail Nanjiani, Dave Bautista, and Natalie Morales. Further, Gilpin will take the screen next in the upcoming supernatural reboot, Grudge, the film is set to release in 2020 and will be distributed by Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Gilpin recently completed production in the Universal Pictures/Blumhouse Productions horror film, The Hunt which is set to release this October. Currently, Gilpin is in production for the Netflix Original film, Coffee and Kareem, of which she will star opposite Taraji P. Henson and Ed Helms. On screen, additional film recognitions include True Story, alongside James Franco and Jonah Hill, Ghost Town with Ricky Gervais, Take Care, Death in Love, The Northern Kingdom, and Beach Pillows.
On stage, Gilpin made her off-Broadway debut in the Second Stage’s productions of Good Boys and True and Boys Life. In addition, stage credits include Noah Haidle’s What is The Cause of Thunder?, Roundabout Theatre Company’s The Language Archive, Manhattan Theatre Club’s That Face and We Live Here, Lucas Kavner’s Fish Eye, and Sam Shepard’s Heartless. Other notable theater roles include Lucy Thurber’s Where We’re Born, Lila Neugerbauer’s An Intervention, Halley Feiffer's I’m Gonna Pray For You So Hard, and in Bess Wohl’s Barcelona.