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Boone made her feature film debut in the Lionsgate cult hit "My Bloody Valentine," directed by Patrick Lussier. Boone also played a supporting role in HBO Films' "Sex and the City 2," starring opposite Sarah Jessica Parker, Chris Noth and Cynthia Nixon. Boone has also starred in numerous independent films, including Stephen Elliott's "About Cherry," opposite James Franco, Heather Graham and Dev Patel, as well as Adele Romanski's deconstruction of a relationship drama "Leave Me Like You Found Me," for which she won the Best Actor award at the 2012 Gen Art Film Festival. She will next be seen in the Universal ensemble comedy "Welcome to the Jungle," alongside Jean-Claude Van Damme, Kristen Schaal, Rob Huebel and Adam Brody.
On television, Boone played the role of Junior Deputy District Attorney Lauren Stanton on the NBC television series "Law & Order: LA."
An east coast native, Boone studied with Jane Alexander and Ed Sherin at Florida's Asolo Theatre. Meanwhile, Boone spent her time workshopping with playwrights to develop new material under the guidance of Tony Award winner Mark Medoff. In 2008, Boone produced and starred in the Charles L. Mee play "Limonade Tous Les Jours." She received two LA Weekly Theatre Awards for her performance: Best Comedy Ensemble and Best Performance by an Actress in a Comedy.
After advanced training in psychology and behavioral analysis, Liz left academia to pursue a career in law enforcement. After three years with the Mobile Emergency Psych Department in New York City, Liz received her board certification in Forensic Psychology and was promoted to head of her unit.
Recently reassigned from New York after completing advanced training at the Behavioral Analysis Unit of the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, Liz had just started her first day as a profiler when Raymond Reddington turned himself in.