Piper Perabo

Piper Perabo

Highest Rated: 93% Looper (2012)

Lowest Rated: 0% Perception (2006)

Birthday: Oct 31, 1976

Birthplace: Toms River, New Jersey

Actress Piper Perabo learned one of Hollywood's rules of self-preservation early on: lie. Auditioning for her first major film role in Whiteboyz (1999), a spoof of white homeboy culture, Perabo was asked if she knew how to rap. She replied that she did, even though she was completely clueless about the musical style. After getting the part, she took a two-week crash course in hip-hop and emerged well-versed in both the music and the art of securing employment. Although Whiteboyz failed to make much of an impression in theaters, Perabo did manage to attract attention in her role as the college-bound girlfriend of the film's protagonist and was soon being touted as the latest blonde, blue-eyed Next Big Thing to sashay across the collective psyche of the filmgoing public.A native of Toms River, NJ, where she was born in 1977, Perabo first became involved in acting through drama lessons at Manhattan's LaMama Theatre. After graduating summa cum laude from Ohio University with a BFA in acting in 1998, she worked on the stage and soon landed her role in Whiteboyz. On the heels of that film, Perabo was cast as FBI agent Karen Sympathy opposite Robert De Niro, Rene Russo, and Jason Alexander in The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and also bagged the lead in Jerry Bruckheimer's Coyote Ugly. Both debuting in the summer of 2000, neither film found much popularity among critics, but the latter--a flamboyant and fairly disconcerting blend of Flashdance, Cocktail, and an extended-play Budweiser ad--succeeded in putting Perabo in the summer spotlight.Over the ensuing few years, Perabo maintained most of her buzz despite failing to attach herself to any bonafide hits, appearing in such disparate films as the 2001 well-received indie-film Lost and Delirious and the 2002's DOA comedy Slap Her... She's French. Finally, at the end of 2003, Perabo hit paydirt, starring as the eldest of twelve children in the holiday blockbuster, Cheaper by the Dozen. She never had the breakout role she seemed destined for, but she worked steadily in projects like the Cheaper By the Dozen sequel, The Prestige, The Lazarus Project, and Beverly Hills Chihuahua. In 2010 she was cast as one of the leads in the TV series Covert Affairs.


Highest Rated Movies



39% Angel Has Fallen Actor 2019
42% Black Butterfly Laura 2017
36% Into The Grizzly Maze Michelle 2015
No Score Yet Actor 2015
93% Looper Suzie $66.4M 2012
66% Carriers Bobby $91.3K 2009
60% The Lazarus Project Lisa Garvey 2008
41% Beverly Hills Chihuahua Rachel $94.5M 2008
No Score Yet Ashes Actor 2007
No Score Yet Indie Sex: Censored Actor 2007
58% First Snow Deidre $0.2M 2007
4% Because I Said So Mae $42.7M 2007
76% The Prestige Julia Angier $53.2M 2006
19% 10th & Wolf Brandy 2006
13% Edison (Edison Force) Willow 2006
No Score Yet Karas: The Prophecy Yurine (US) 2006
34% Imagine Me & You Rachel $0.6M 2006
0% Perception Jen 2006
6% Cheaper by the Dozen 2 Nora Baker-McNulty $82.5M 2005
12% The Cave Charlie $14.9M 2005
43% The I Inside Anna 2005
36% She Gets What She Wants Genevieve LePlouff 2005
No Score Yet George and the Dragon (Dragon Sword) Princess Luna 2004
No Score Yet Perfect Opposites Julia 2004
24% Cheaper by the Dozen Nora Baker $138.6M 2003
No Score Yet Flowers Actor 2002
51% Lost and Delirious Pauline `Paulie' Oster 2001
23% Coyote Ugly Violet Sanford 2000
43% The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle Karen Sympathy $0.5M 2000
No Score Yet Whiteboys Sara 2000
13% Whiteboyz Actor 1999


53% Turn Up Charlie
Sara 2019
No Score Yet The Late Late Show With James Corden
Guest 2019
No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
Guest 2016
23% Notorious
Julia George 2016
No Score Yet Late Night With Seth Meyers
Guest 2014
93% Covert Affairs
Annie Walker 2014
54% Go On
Simone 2013
No Score Yet The Wendy Williams Show
Guest 2013
No Score Yet The Chew
Guest 2012
No Score Yet Chelsea Lately
Guest 2011
No Score Yet Law & Order: Criminal Intent
Calista Haslum 2009
91% House
Honey Honey Hill 2007
No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
Guest 2000


Mae Wilder says: Mom, why do you always wear the high tops?

Daphne Wilder says: Because I just got these, what's wrong with these?

Maggie Wilder says: They're just kinda depressing.

Milly Wilder says: Mom, for your sixtieth birthday, we'll buy you something beautiful, something that grandma Moses would not wear.

Mae Wilder says: You're not a helicopter, Mom. Quit hovering.

Julia McCullough says: I thought up a name for you: The Great Danton. Do you like it? It's sophisticated.

Robert Angier says: It's French

Robert Angier says: It's French.