Lindsay Sloane stars in "Horrible Bosses," opposite Jennifer Aniston, Collin Farrell and Jason Bateman, as Stacy, and "A Good Old Fashioned Orgy," opposite Jason Sudeikis and Leslie Bibb, as Laura Lacarubba. Sloane is currently in negotiations to play a wonderful supporting role opposite Steve Carrell in the Mandate feature "Seeking a Friend for the End of the World."

Lindsay Sloane has been acting professionally since the age of eight, landing her very first job on an episode of "General Hospital" in which she sang Christmas carols to a dying man.

She was last seen in the Columbia Pictures comedy "The Other Guys" in which she co-starred opposite Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell. Earlier in 2010 Sloane co-starred in the Paramount/DreamWorks comedy "She's Out of My League." In the film, Lindsay Sloane is reunited with two former castmates, having portrayed the role of Jay Baruchel's sister in the series "Undeclared" and on two episodes of "That '70s Show," opposite Debra Jo Rupp.

On the big screen Sloane made an impression on critics as "Big Red," the drill sergeant of a cheer captain in Peyton Reed's hit Universal comedy "Bring It On," opposite Kirsten Dunst. Additionally, she starred in Jake Kasdan's independent satire "The TV Set" opposite David Duchovny and Sigourney Weaver; Andrew Flemming's "The In-Laws," opposite Michael Douglas, Albert Brooks and Ryan Reynolds; Jeff Lowell's comedy "Over Her Dead Body"; Griffin Dunne's comedy "The Accidental Husband"; and Howard Gould's comedy "The Six Wives of Henry LeFay" opposite Tim Allen, S. Epatha Merkerson, Paz Vega and Elisha Cuthbert.

Sloane began her acting career on ABC's hugely successful "The Wonder Years" opposite Fred Savage. She then starred on the NBC sitcom "Mr. Rhodes." Her performance in that show garnered her a Young Artist of the Year nomination for best supporting actress. She starred as a series regular on ABC's hit "Sabrina the Teenage Witch." Shortly after she starred in the WB Network show-within-a-show "Grosse Point." Sloane's painfully insecure portrayal of Marcy Sternfeld, the needy, probably bulimic ingénue, earned her widespread praise within the industry and with critics.

Sloane has starred in pilots and series by some of the most successful and prestigious writers in the business, including Darren Star ("Sex and the City"), Kohan and Mutchnick ("Will and Grace"), Sachs and Judah ("Undeclared"), David E. Kelley ("L.A. Law," "Ally McBeal") and Carter Bays and Craig Thomas ("How I Met Your Mother").

Sloane was born in New York and currently resides in Los Angeles.


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Age: 40 years old
Birthday: August 8, 1977
Height: 5' 4"
Full Name / Real Name: Lindsay Sloane Leikin
Birthplace: Long Island, NY
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA
Husband: Dar Rollins

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