Actress Sprague Grayden has made her mark on the small screen, thanks to her roles as Karen Kawalski on John Doe, Judith Montgomery on Joan of Arcadia, Anita Miller on Six Feet Under, Terry Rider on Over There, Heather Lisinski on Jericho, Donna Lerner on Sons of Anarchy and Olivia Taylor on 24. Grayden, who graduated with flying colors from Barnard College where she majored in American Studies, also graced the theater world. Her credits include Hamlet, Fool for Love and The Vagina Monologues, just to name a few.
On the big screen, Grayden is also known for appearing in Wake, The Last Lullaby and Paranormal Activity 2, where she played the lead character.
Manchester, Massachusetts, USA
-She likes to collect PEZ dispensers.
2011 House M.D. (TV series)
2010/II Camera Obscura (short)
2010 Law & Order: Los Angeles (TV series)
2010 Paranormal Activity 2
2010 Drop Dead Diva (TV series)
2010 Three Rivers (TV series)
2010 Criminal Minds (TV series)
2009 Sons of Anarchy Season 1: The Ink (video short)
2002-2009 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV series)
2009 24 (TV series)
2009 CSI: Miami (TV series)
2008 Sons of Anarchy (TV series)
2008 Without a Trace (TV series)
2008 The Last Lullaby
2006-2008 Jericho (TV series)
2007 Private Practice (TV series)
2007 Weeds (TV series)
2006 Mini's First Time
2006 CSI: NY (TV series)
2005 Over There (TV series)
2005 Six Months Later (short)
2004-2005 Six Feet Under (TV series)
2005 One Tree Hill (TV series)
2004-2005 Joan of Arcadia (TV series)
2004 Crossing Jordan (TV series)
2003 Sixteen to Life (TV movie)
2002-2003 John Doe (TV series)
- "Secretly, I'm a real big nerd. I'd rather stay home and play Scrabble than go to a Hollywood party, any day of the week. And I love reading about history and watching the Discovery Channel."
- "I think I'm a part of all the characters I play, definitely at different times in my life. In real life, I'm kind of a tomboy. I like to read a lot I like watching T.V. I don't think I'm as interesting as my characters, but I like doing what I do."
- "You just have to keep choosing work you believe in. Look for the good writing, hopefully the great writing, the fully formed characters. If you're loving what you do, the work will always come."