Mar. 22nd, 1975
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
5' 10 1/2
Anne Dudek's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2006 - 10 Items or Less
2006 - Park
2004 - White Chicks
2003 - The Human Stain
Guest TV Roles
Anne was raised in Newton, Massachusetts. She got the role of Iphigenia in "The Iphigenia Cycle" in Chicago while still in theater school at Northwestern University. She was a resident artist at The Court Theatre in Chicago. The production moved off-Broadway to New York City, where she won the Joseph E. Calloway award for her performance, and was profiled in American Theater Magazine as one of ten young theater artists to watch. She then appeared on Broadway in Wrong Mountain, in productions in several regional theaters, and won the Connecticut Critics Circle Award for outstanding performance in The Glass Menagerie.
Anne also worked in the United Kingdom as Claire in the BAFTA-nominated television series "The Book Group" (2002).
A graduate of the Northwestern University Theater Program, Dudek worked steadily in theater upon graduation. She starred on Broadway in the comedy Wrong Mountain and received several awards for her performances off-Broadway and at Hartford Stage in productions of The Iphigenia Cycle and The Glass Menagerie.
Dudek transitioned to television with a lead role on the BAFTA-nominated U.K. comedy series, "The Book Group," in which she starred for two years. In addition to recurring roles on "Bones," "Big Day" and "Less Than Perfect," she has guest starred on "Desperate Housewives," "How I Met Your Mother," "Law And Order: Criminal Intent," "ER," "Friends" and "Six Feet Under," in which she played Peter Krause's love interest.
On the feature side, Dudek has starred in such films as Brad Silberling's "10 Items Or Less" with Morgan Freeman and Bobby Cannavale, the ensemble comedy "Park" and The Wayans Brothers' hit comedy "White Chicks."
More recently, she recurred opposite Hugh Laurie on the Emmy-nominated medical drama, "House," in which she played Robert Sean Leonard's love interest. She continues to recur on AMC's award-winning "Mad Men" and HBO's "Big Love."
A native of Newton, Massachusets, Dudek currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and their son.
- Polish American.
- Her husband Matthew, is a painter.
- Son, Akiva Heller, born December 14, 2008.