Marie Mireille Enos (/ /; born September 22, 1975) is an American actress. In 2005 she was nominated for a Tony Award for her performance in the 2005 Broadway production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, and in 2007 joined the cast of the HBO drama series Big Love (2007–10) as twins Kathy and JoDean Marquart.
September 22, 1975 |
Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.
|Alma mater||Brigham Young University|
|Spouse(s)||Alan Ruck (m. 2008)|
Enos' breakout role was on the AMC crime drama series The Killing (2011–14) as Sarah Linden, for which she was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. Enos starred as Karin Lane in the 2013 disaster film World War Z and also appeared in films Gangster Squad (2013), Devil's Knot (2013), Sabotage (2014) and If I Stay (2014). From 2016 to 2017, Enos starred as the lead character in the ABC legal thriller The Catch.
Her family moved to Houston, Texas when Enos was five years old. There, she attended the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. Enos studied theater at Brigham Young University, graduating with a bachelor of arts in acting in 1997. While a student, she won the Irene Ryan Award at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., an award annually presented to the nation's top collegiate actor.
Enos made her screen acting debut in the television film Without Consent (1994). She made her feature film debut with small role in the romantic comedy Someone Like You (2001) starring Ashley Judd. On television she had number of guest-starring parts in numerous shows, including Sex and the City, Strong Medicine, Rescue Me, Without a Trace, Crossing Jordan, CSI: Miami, Medium and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.
She also appeared in several stage productions. She appeared in the 2005 Broadway revival production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, which starred Kathleen Turner and Bill Irwin. For her performance she received a Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Play.
In 2007, Enos joined the cast of the HBO drama series Big Love about a polygamous family. She played the roles of twin sisters JoDean Marquart and Kathy Marquart. She was a regular cast member in the third and fourth seasons.
In 2010, Enos was cast in her first lead role in a television series: detective Sarah Linden in the AMC drama series The Killing, based upon the Danish television series Forbrydelsen. She received critical acclaim for that performance, and the first season was praised by most critics. Tim Goodman of The Hollywood Reporter in his review said "It's not until you watch Enos play Sarah for a while that it sinks in—there hasn't been a female American character like her probably ever."
Enos received nominations for an Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama, and three Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television. The series ended in 2014, after four seasons.
After her breakout role in The Killing, Enos began her career in feature films. She played Karin Lane, the wife of Brad Pitt's character in World War Z (2013). The film received positive reviews and was a commercial success, grossing over $540 million. She co-starred as Josh Brolin's character's wife in Gangster Squad (2013) and appeared opposite Reese Witherspoon in the crime drama Devil's Knot, based on a true story. In 2014, she appeared in the crime thriller Sabotage directed by David Ayer and later starred in drama film If I Stay directed by R. J. Cutler, based on the novel of the same name by Gayle Forman.
The film was released on August 22, 2014. Enos co-starred later that year alongside Ryan Reynolds in The Captive, directed by Atom Egoyan. Enos was cast as lead actress in the thriller You Were Never Here, which was directed by Camille Thoman.
In March 2015, it was announced that Enos had been cast as the lead character in the ABC legal drama series, The Catch, produced by Shonda Rhimes. She plays the lead character Alice Vaughan, the head of a very high-end private detective agency in this "humorous" thriller, which aired its first 10-episode season in spring 2016, and a second season of 10 episodes in 2017 as part of ABC's "TGIT" Thursday-night lineup.
Also in March 2015, it was announced Enos would star alongside Olivia Cooke in Katie Says Goodbye, an independent film. That same year, she starred in Behold My Heart, directed by Joshua Leonard.
Enos married actor Alan Ruck on January 4, 2008. They have two children. She has two stepchildren by Ruck's previous marriage. She was raised in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints but is no longer a practicing member.
|2001||Someone Like You||Yoga Instructor #1|
|2005||Chasing Leonard||Lucinda||Short film|
|2006||Falling Objects||Isobel Walker||Short film|
|2013||Gangster Squad||Connie O'Mara|
|2013||World War Z||Karen Lane|
|2013||Devil's Knot||Vicki Hutcheson|
|2013||Wild Horses||Mills||Short film|
|2014||If I Stay||Kat Hall|
|2016||Katie Says Goodbye||Tracey|
|2017||Never Here||Miranda Fall|
|2017||Behold My Heart||Nancy||Post-production|
|1994||Without Consent||Naomi||Television film|
|1996||Face of Evil||Brianne Dwyer||Television film|
|1999||Sex and the City||Jenna||Episode: "Shortcomings"|
|2001||Education of Max Bickford, TheThe Education of Max Bickford||Carla Byrd||2 episodes|
|2003||Strong Medicine||Fern||Episode: "Speculum for a Heavyweight"|
|2004||Rescue Me||Karen||Episode: "Mom"|
|2006||Without a Trace||Jessica Lawson||Episode: "911"|
|2006||Standoff||Dana||Episode: "Man of Steele"|
|2006||Shark||Chloe Gorman||Episode: "Dial M for Monica"|
|2007||Crossing Jordan||Sandy Walsh||Episode: "Crazy Little Thing Called Love"|
|2007–10||Big Love||JoDean Marquart / Kathy Marquart||Series regular, 25 episodes|
|2008||Numbers||Grace Ferraro||Episode: "End Game"|
|2008||CSI: Miami||Lucy Maddox||Episode: "Down to the Wire"|
|2008||Medium||Kelly Winters||Episode: "Drowned World"|
|2009||Lie to Me||Cheryl Ambrose||Episode: "The Better Half"|
|2009||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Julianna Morgan||Episode: "Identity Crisis"|
|2010||American Experience||Lucia Cutts||Episode: "Dolley Madison"|
|2011–14||The Killing||Sarah Linden||Series lead, 44 episodes|
|2016–17||The Catch||Alice Vaughan||Series lead, 20 episodes|
|2017||Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams||Mother||Episode: "Father Thing"|
|2018||My Dinner with Hervé||Kathy Self||Television film|
|2001||The Invention of Love||Katharine Houseman||Mar. 29 - Jun. 30, 2001|
|2005||Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?||Honey||Mar. 20 - Sept. 4, 2005|
|2005||Absurd Person Singular||Eva||Oct. 18 - Dec. 4, 2005|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2005||Tony Awards||Best Featured Actress in a Play||Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?||Nominated|
|2011||Critics' Choice Television Awards||Best Actress in a Drama Series||The Killing||Nominated|
|Golden Globe Awards||Best Actress – Television Series Drama||Nominated|
|Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series||Nominated|
|Satellite Awards||Best Actress – Television Series Drama||Nominated|
|2012||Saturn Awards||Best Actress on Television||Nominated|
|2013||Saturn Awards||Best Actress on Television||Nominated|
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