At 40 years old, Ari Graynor has this physical status:
Ariel Geltman "Ari" Graynor (born April 27, 1983) is an American actress known for her appearances in television series including The Sopranos and Fringe, as well as in films including Whip It and For a Good Time, Call...
Graynor was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on April 27, 1983, the niece of Joani Geltman, a parenting specialist, and Greg Graynor, a builder.
Her mother is from a Jewish family; her father comes from a Polish and Roman Catholic background and converted to Judaism. Graynor was born Jewish. The surname of her paternal grandfather was changed to "Gryzna."
She attended Buckingham Browne & Nichols, a private school in Cambridge, Massachusetts (2001), and Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut.
During a CBS late-night interview with Stephen Colbert, who promotes I'm Dying Up Here, she revealed that she went to a prom with future congressman Joseph Kennedy III.
Caitlin Rucker, a character on HBO's The Sopranos, was the first name Graynor was to be recognized as Caitlin Rucker. An American Crime (2007), which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2007, is her latest film debut. She made her debut early in UPN's second season as the daughter of a bus driver. After appearing in the world premiere at South Coast Repertory, she made her Broadway debut as 'Alison' in 2005's Brooklyn Boy. She also appeared in The Little Dog Laughed.
Graynor appeared in CSI: Miami as Elvina, a pop star, and was a regular guest star on Fox's Fringe, playing Agent Olivia Dunham's younger sister, Rachel. Graynor appeared in the film Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist in 2008, and she was also in Whip It, a comedy film directed by Drew Barrymore and written by Shauna Cross based on Cross' young adult novel Derby Girl.
She appeared in the play Trust at the off-Broadway Second Stage theatre company in 2010 with Sutton Foster, Zach Braff, and Bobby Cannavale. She appeared on Broadway in the fall of 2011 as part of three one-act comedies collectively called Relatively Speaking. In Allen's "Honeymoon Motel" segment, she appeared as Nina Roth.
Graynor appeared in For a Good Time, Call..., and was also named as the film's executive producer in 2012. In David West Read's "The Performers," Graynor appeared on Broadway alongside Cheyenne Jackson, Henry Winkler, and Alicia Silverstone.
Anna Jordan appeared in Yen, a play. On January 31, 2017, Yen opened off-Broadway at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, directed by Trip Cullman.