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Liz Stauber


Liz Stauber was born in Indianapolis to Dan Stauber, a mental health administrator, and Paula Jones, a respected psychotherapist and daughter of civic leader Vel Ryder. The couple divorced while Liz and her sister Christine were young. Liz got her first acting role as a small child in Indianapolis Junior Civic Theatre's The Velveteen Rabbit at age... See full bio »

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Known For

Almost Famous
Almost Famous Leslie
(2000)
Three Kings
Three Kings Debbie Barlow, Troy's Wife
(1999)
The Village
The Village Beatrice
(2004)
The Words
The Words Camy Rosen
(2012)

Filmography

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 2014 While We're Young
Kent's Sister
 2014 In Your Eyes
Friend at Party
 2013 Do No Harm (TV Series)
 2013 B-Side
Liz
 2013 Figments of a Father (Short)
Bridget
 2012 The Words
Camy Rosen (as Elizabeth Stauber)
 2010 All Good Things
Sharon McCarthy
 2006 Shut Up and Sing
Michelle
 2004 The Tollbooth
Becky Cohen
 2004 The Village
Beatrice
 2003 Nobody Needs to Know
Mira
 2002 Third Watch (TV Series)
Stacy
- Ladies' Day (2002) ... Stacy
 2000 Housebound
Ricky
 2000 What I Did for Love (Short)
 1999 Winding Roads
Waitress
 1998 T-Rex: Back to the Cretaceous
Ally Hayden
 1998 Can't Hardly Wait
Gossipy Girl
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played "Attendant & Peaseblossom" in _A Midsummer Night's Dream_, by William Shakespeare, directed by Danielle Bedau, Indiana Repertory Theatre, March 19-May 2, 1997. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Elizabeth Stauber

Height:

5' 6" (1.68 m)
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Graduated from North Central High School (Indianapolis, Indiana, USA).

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Cancer

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