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Emmy Award-winning actress Lisa Kudrow continues to bring her original sense of comedic timing and delivery to every role she takes on.
Her upcoming feature film projects include the recently completed independent films "Paper Man" opposite Jeff Daniels, which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival earlier this year; "Love and Other Impossible Pursuits" with Natalie Portman for director Don Roos, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival this fall; and "Easy A" with Stanley Tucci, Patricia Clarkson and Thomas Hayden Church.
Lisa has received rave reviews for her previous feature film roles. She won the Best Supporting Actress Award from the New York Film Critics, an Independent Spirit Award nomination and a Chicago Film Critics Award nomination for her role in the Don Roos-scripted and directed film "The Opposite of Sex" (1998). She won a Blockbuster Award and received a nomination for an American Comedy Award for her starring role opposite Billy Crystal and Robert DeNiro in the Warner Bros. box office hit "Analyze This" (1999) for director Harold Ramis.
Lisa's additional film credits include starring roles in "Bandslam" (2009), "Powder Blue" (2009) with Forrest Whitaker and Ray Liotta; "Hotel for Dogs" (2008); "P.S. I Love You" (2007) with Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler; the independent film "Kabluey" (2007) which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival and at the Hamptons Film Festival; "Happy Endings" (2005) for writer/director Don Roos which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival; "Wonderland" (2004) with Val Kilmer, in which she portrayed Sharon Holmes, wife of porn star John Holmes, in the film based on the infamous Wonderland Avenue murders; the Warner Bros. film "Analyze That" (2002), the sequel to "Analyze This" (1999), "Hanging Up" (2000) opposite Meg Ryan and Diane Keaton; "Lucky Numbers" (2000) with John Travolta, in the critically acclaimed hit comedy "Romy & Michele's High School Reunion" (1997) with Mira Sorvino; "Clockwatchers" (1997) in which she starred opposite Toni Collette and Parker Posey and the Albert Brooks' comedy "Mother" (1996).
Having successfully moved beyond the role of Phoebe Buffay, the character she brilliantly portrayed on the NBC hit comedy series "Friends" for 10 seasons, Lisa formed the production company, Is or Isn't Entertainment, in the fall of 2003 with writer/producer Dan Bucatinsky.
Is or Isn't Entertainment has already garnered great success. In addition to having four pilots ordered since its inception, Is or Isn't's first television series, the critically acclaimed HBO series "The Comeback" garnered three Emmy Award nominations including one for Lisa for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.
At present Is or Isn't Entertainment is currently in production on a documentary series for NBC called "Who Do You Think You Are," which traces the genealogy of a well-known person in each episode and is due to premiere next spring.
Is or Isn't also produces the webseries "Web Therapy," in which Lisa stars. The series, which is about a therapist who does sessions with her clients via the Internet, can be found at www.hulu.com and at www.lstudio.com.
While on "Friends," Lisa was nominated for an Emmy award five times and won once for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. She has also received a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series, an American Comedy Award for Funniest Supporting Female Performer in a Television Series, and a Golden Globe Award nomination.