At 24's season 7 finale screening, 2009
July 21, 1980 |
Manchester, Massachusetts, United States
|Years active||1989; 2001–present|
|Spouse(s)||Lex Cassar (2013-present)|
|Children||son (Sep 2014)|
She played schoolteacher Heather Lisinski in the television drama Jericho, Karen Kawalski in John Doe, first daughter Olivia Taylor in the television thriller 24, and Kristi Rey in the films Paranormal Activity 2 and 3.
She had a younger brother, Benjamin Grayden, who died in 1999 due to injuries sustained in a fall.
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.
|1989||Dad||Young Annie Tremont|
|2002||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Mia Kessler|
|2002–03||John Doe||Karen Kawalski||14 episodes|
|2004–05||Joan of Arcadia||Judith Montgomery||9 episodes|
|2004–05||Six Feet Under||Anita Miller||12 episodes
Nominated – Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
|2005||Over There||Terry Ryder||12 episodes|
|2006||Mini's First Time||Kayla|
|2006–08||Jericho||Heather Lisinski||17 episodes|
|2008||The Last Lullaby||Jules|
|2008||Sons of Anarchy||Donna Winston||7 episodes|
|2009||24||Olivia Taylor||14 episodes|
|2009||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Pam Galliano||Episode: "Liberties"|
|2010||Paranormal Activity 2||Kristi Rey||Lead role|
|2011||Paranormal Activity 3||Kristi Rey||Some archive footage|
|2012||Paranormal Activity 4||Kristi Rey||Archive footage|
|2012–13||White Collar||Younger Ellen||2 episodes|
|2013||Low Winter Sun||Maya Callis||5 episodes|
|2014||The Following||Carrie Cooke||Episode: "Teacher's Pet"|
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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- TV Guide: 24 Finds its First Daughter in Jericho
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