At 24 's season 7 finale screening, 2009
July 21, 1980 |
Manchester, Massachusetts, United States
|Years active||1989; 2001–present|
She had a younger brother, Benjamin Grayden, who died in 1999 due to injuries sustained in a fall. She gave birth to a son in September 2014. She describes herself as a science fiction geek and likes to collect Pez dispensers.
She was a performing member of the drama department at Barnard College, Columbia University. Her theater credits include productions of Hopscotch: The New York Sex Comedy, Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues, Sam Shepard's Fool for Love, Hamlet, Clifford Odets' Waiting for Lefty, and Ordinary Day.
|2002, 2009||Law & Order: SVU||2 episodes, Pam Galliano and Mia Kessler|
|2002-2003||John Doe||14 episodes|
|2004-2005||Joan of Arcadia||9 episodes|
|2004-2005||Six Feet Under||12 episodes, nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award: outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series|
|2005||Over There||12 episodes|
|2006||Mini's First Time|
|2006-2008||Jericho||17 episodes, Heather Lisinski|
|2008||The Last Lullaby|
|2008||Sons of Anarchy||7 episodes, Donna Winston|
|2009||24||14 episodes, Olivia Taylor|
|2010||Paranormal Activity 2||lead role, Kristi Rey|
|2011||Paranormal Activity 3||some archive footage, Kristi Rey|
|2012||Paranormal Activity 4||archive footage, Kristi Rey|
|2012-2013||White Collar||2 episodes|
|2013||Low Winter Sun||5 episodes|
|2014||The Following||Carrie Cooke|
Grayden's other television credits include guest appearances on Crossing Jordan, One Tree Hill, CSI: NY, Private Practice, CSI: Miami, Criminal Minds, Law & Order: Los Angeles, House M.D., Grey's Anatomy, and Major Crimes.
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- "Nominations Announced for the 11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards". The Futon Critic. November 1, 2005. Retrieved March 1, 2015.
- TV Guide: 24 Finds its First Daughter in Jericho
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