Kerry Bishe Biography
|Date of Birth:||1984 , May-1|
|Age:||34 years old|
|Birth Nation:||New Zealand|
|Height:||5 Feet 7 Inch|
|Birth Name||Kerry Lynne Bishé|
|Nationality||American and New Zealand|
|Birth Place/City||New Zealand|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
|Weight in KG||59 kg|
|Affair with||Chris Lowell|
|Awards||Screen Actors Guild Award|
Kerry Bishe is an American actress who is better known for playing the main character Lucy Bennett in season nine of medical comedy Scrubs. Bishe also gained a huge popularity for her role in the critically acclaimed drama film Argo. Her other work includes Sex and the City, Motherhood, Nice Guy Jhonny, and The Fitzgerald Family Christmas.
The actress is not married yet but is dating her boyfriend, TV actor Chris Lowell for a long time.
Kerry Bishe's Early Life And Childhood
Kerry Bishe was born on May 1, 1984, in New Zealand, Kerry. As a child, she moved to the United States along with her family where Bishe attended Montclair Kimberly Academy. Kerry’s father, Kenneth Bishe, was a teacher. In 2002 Kerry graduated and then studied at Northwestern University.
A charming and beautiful Kerry was very much interested in entertainment. She belongs to American and New Zealand nationality and has a mixed ethnical background.
Kerry Bishe's Professional Career
Kerry Bishe started her acting career by performing the role of Juliet in the drama Romeo and Juliet. Kerry performed impeccably and grabbed the attention of many viewers and thus was able to take part in a 2006 production of Eugene O’Neill’s The Hairy Ape. She also made an appearance in the Roundabout revival of Shaw’s Pygmalion. This was how she started her journey towards the big screen.
Bishe made her screen debut in 2007 playing the role of Sarah Rosen in the Half-Life of Mason Lake, which was a low budget production but did well in the market. She was also noted in the film adaptation of Sex and the City and The Lucky Ones. Kerry’s fate kept pulling her towards TV series thus she was cast in Night Life, a TV movie directed by Scrubs star Zach Braff.
Bishe Kerry later appeared in an episode of the US version of Life on Mars and an episode of cable TV series Royal Pains in 2009. In the same year, she was also a cast in the TV movie Virtuality, playing character Billie Kashmiri. In December, Kerry became the lead role on ABC medical sitcom Scrubs. Kerry played exceptionally, the role of Lucy Bennett, the shows new narrator. The show was later canceled on May 14 2010 by ABC. In 2010 she co-starred in the independent movie Nice Guy Johnny.
After a year, Kerry played a supporting role in Kevin Smith’s horror movie Red State and in 2012 she joined in Ben Affleck’s drama film Argo as character Kathy Stafford. The movie was a commercial success as it made more than $232 million at the box office on a $44 million movie. In the same year, she acted in The Fitzgerald Family Christmas as character Sharon. In 2013 Kerry acted as Annie Rose in Max Rose. In 2014, Kerry made an appearance in psychological thriller Grand Piano.
Kerry Bishe's Net Worth And Earnings
Kerry Bishe has earned a hefty amount of net worth from her illustrious career. She has an estimated net worth of around $4 million, as per Celebrity net worth, in 2018.
The actress made her biggest breakthrough following her breakout role in a 2012 historical drama movie Argo. The movie became the instant hit at the box office as it grossed more than $232 million whereas its producing cost was just $44 million. In the movie, she shared the screen alongside Bryan Cranston, Alan Arkin, and John Goodman.
Kerry Bishe's Personal Life, Affair, And Married
Kerry Bishe is not married and has no any child. She is currently dating her boyfriend, American TV actor Chris Lowell. The couple first met before a few years ago. The two often spots together in public places.
Bishe was previously in a relationship with Emma Selznick and is rumored to be dating the American co-actor Elijah Wood too. The actress is also quite active on social media like Facebook and Instagram. She has 32-22-33 inches of body measurement.