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Suzanne Cryer

Suzanne Rossell Cryer (born 13 January 1967) is an American actress.

In 2009, she played Tarla Grant, a victim of The Trinity Killer, in the Showtime series DEXTER.


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Her movie credits include roles in Wag the Dog (1997), Wilbur Falls (1998), My Mother Dreams the Satan’s Disciples in New York (short) (1998), Friends & Lovers (1999), The Happiest Day of His Life (2007), Sex and the City (2008), Teen Beach Movie (TV movie) (2013), 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016), and The Cloverfield Paradox (2018).


Her numerous TV credits include appearances on Law & Order; New York News; Lifestories: Families in Crisis; Caroline in the City; Seinfeld; Conrad Bloom; Two Guys and a Girl; It's Like, You Know...; The Drew Carey Show; Frasier; I'm with Her; Dr. Vegas; Superior Donuts; Drop Dead Diva; Family Tools; The King of Queens; ER; Inconceivable; Out of Practice; Bones; CSI: Miami; Shark; Desperate Housewives; Grey's Anatomy; Veronica Mars; Criminal Minds; Women's Murder Club; Without a Trace; The Starter Wife; Nip/Tuck; Southland; Medium; Silicon Valley; CSI: Crime Scene Investigation; The Fosters; Shameless; and Lucifer.


She spent a summer performing at the Utah Shakespeare Festival where her roles included Rosalind in As You Like It, and Anne in Richard III. After graduation, she appeared at Hartford Stage in The Rivals, and Baltimore Center Stage in Don Juan. She won critical acclaim for her performance in the premiere of the two-person play Collected Stories at Southcoast Repertory Theater. She performed in the West coast premiere of Arcadia at the Mark Taper Forum. Her next major role was that of Josie in Proposals, which began at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles and then toured the country before arriving on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theater. In recent years, she returned to theater to play Tracy Lord in The Philadelphia Story at Hartford Stage and appeared in Chris Shin's play What Didn't Happen at Playwright's Horizon.[1]

Personal Life[]

She was born in Rochester, New York. She graduated from Greenwich High School in Greenwich, Connecticut in 1984; and then attended Yale University where she attained a degree in English Literature. She then went on to study for a master's degree from the Yale School of Drama. She has been married to Gregory Luke since 2000, and they have three children.[2] They live in Los Angeles, California.


  • In 1997, she played Marcy, the girlfriend of George Costanza, in the episode titled "The Yada Yada" of the television series, Seinfeld.