Clea Lewis plays Jenny, Andy Barker's supportive wife, on the new NBC comedy series "Andy Barker, P.I."
Lewis has spent most of the past five years in New York where she returned to the stage. Her Broadway credits include "Absurd Person Singular," Woody Allen's "Writers Block" (directed by Allen), "Last Easter" and "Things You Shouldn't Say Past Midnight."
On the feature-film side, Lewis can next be seen opposite Bruce Willis and Halle Berry in the thriller "Perfect Stranger," due out in April 2007. She is also the voice of Mini-Sloth in "Ice Age: the Meltdown." Her other films include "Diabolique," "The Rich Man's Wife" and "Scotch and Milk."
Lewis is probably most known for her four seasons as the lovable Audrey on the series "Ellen." She has also been a regular on the series "Madigan Men," "Maggie Winters" and "Flying Blind." In addition, Lewis' numerous guest-star appearances include "Friends," "Mad About You," "Tracey Takes On" and "The Martin Short Show." Lewis is also the voice on the animated series "Pepper Ann," and reads the "Princess Diaries" books-on-tape for Random House.
Lewis resides in New York City with her husband, screenwriter Peter Ackerman, and her two little boys