Produced in La in 1982, celebrity Lizzy Caplan first attracted notice along with her appearances in Freaks and Geeks. In 2008, Caplan had plum characters on television and in movie with True Blood and Cloverfield. In 2013, Caplan started her starring role as Virginia Johnson in the play Masters of Sex.
She grew up as the daughter of two professionals—her dad worked as a lawyer and her mom was a political aide. Caplan’s mom died when she was a teen.
Caplan began playing round the age of 15. Her first big break arrived several years after when she got a recurring character on the television show Freaks and Geeks produced by Judd Apatow. The acclaimed, but short lived show followed the lives of several teen outcasts. Caplan’s next major career boost arrived having a part on the big screen.
After working on such short lived show as Tru Calling as well as The Course, Caplan got a plum role on the most popular vampire play True Blood in 2008. She played Amy Burley, a self styled hippie from an affluent background who acquires a preference for vampire blood. Based on an interview done on Chelsea Recently, Caplan used a little liquid courage to prepare for her first sex scene on the show. “I was beaten for that,” she clarified.
The exact same year, Caplan had a lead part in the suspenseful monster movie Cloverfield. She soon returned to the little screen as a sarcastic comedian who also works as cater server on the much respected cable comedy Party Down. In the year 2012, Caplan had a recurring character on the most popular situation comedy New Girl. She subsequently went to present her gift for the dramatic on Masters of Sex.
Johnson started helping Masters along with his work in the late 1950s, and collectively they created the 1966 groundbreaking work Human Sexual Response. Her subtle, nuanced performance as a single mom and former nightclub vocalist turned proficient research worker has earned Caplan a few of the finest reviews of her profession. She also picked up an Emmy Award nomination at the same time.
As she described to Telegraph paper, Caplan loves playing Johnson. “Every minute there is over one thing happening in her head, as well as the reality that she can be so many things in every beat of each line causes it to be a never ending challenge.”
Caplan has not forgotten about comedy, however. She stars in The Interview with Seth Rogan and James Franco, which can be likely to be published in late 2014.