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Suzanne Cryer        

Actress known for Her Roles in "Two Guys and a Girl" and "Silicon Valley"

Cryer was born in Rochester, New York. She graduated from Greenwich High School in Greenwich, Connecticut and then attended Yale University where she attained a degree in English Literature.

She then went on to study for a Masters Degree from the Yale School of Drama.

During this time she spent a summer performing at the Utah Shakespeare Festival where her roles included Rosalind in "As You Like It", and Anne in "Richard III".

After graduation, she appeared at Hartford Stage in "The Rivals", Baltimore Center Stage in "Don Juan" and began making guest appearances on television shows.

She won critical acclaim for her performance in the premiere of Donald Margulies' two-person play "Collected Stories" at Southcoast Repertory Theater.

She then went on to film Wag the Dog while simultaneously performing in the West coast premiere of Arcadia at the Mark Taper Forum. Her next major role was that of Josie in Neil Simon's Proposals which began at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles and then toured the country before arriving on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theater.

She made two appearances on Frasier as Roz's sister. In her one appearance on Seinfeld in the episode "The Yada Yada", she played George's girlfriend who was big on using the phrase "yada yada yada".

In recent years she returned to theater to play Tracy Lord in "The Philadelphia Story" at Hartford Stage and appeared in Chris Shin's play "What Didn't Happen" at Playwright's Horizon.

Cryer Currently stars in HBO's new comedy series, "Silicon Valley."

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