Maggie Lawson

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Maggie Lawson
Maggie Lawson by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Lawson at Comic Con, San Diego, July 18, 2013
BornMargaret Cassidy Lawson[1]
(1980-08-12) August 12, 1980 (age 33)
Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.
OccupationActress
Years active1996–present
Partner(s)James Roday (2006–present)
 
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Maggie Lawson
Maggie Lawson by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Lawson at Comic Con, San Diego, July 18, 2013
BornMargaret Cassidy Lawson[1]
(1980-08-12) August 12, 1980 (age 33)
Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.
OccupationActress
Years active1996–present
Partner(s)James Roday (2006–present)

Margaret Cassidy "Maggie" Lawson (born August 12, 1980) is an American actress who is best known for her role as Detective Juliet "Jules" O'Hara in the TV show Psych. She also has starred in the sitcoms Inside Schwartz, It's All Relative, and Crumbs, as well as the television movie Nancy Drew.

Life and career[edit]

Lawson was born in Louisville, Kentucky, the daughter of Judy, a homemaker, and Mike Lawson, a hotel manager.[2] She attended Assumption High School, an All-Girls Catholic school. Early on, she co-hosted WDRB Fox 41 Kid's Club in Louisville. In 2000, she starred in Model Behavior, an ABC-TV movie featuring Justin Timberlake. She also made guest appearances on television series such as Smallville and Fear Itself. She was recently the star of a play called Greedy, directed by James Roday, which played for a few weekends in Los Angeles.[3]

She co-starred in the USA Network original series, Psych, from as Detective Juliet O'Hara. She has been in a relationship with Psych co-star James Roday since 2006.

On February 5, 2014 USA Network announced that Psych would finish its run on March 26 after 8 seasons.[4]

Lawson starred in the ABC sitcom Back In The Game, which was picked up for the 2013 fall season. She played Terry Gannon, a single mother and former college softball player who reluctantly agrees to coach her son's little league team.[5] On November 1, 2013, ABC canceled Back in the Game.[6] The tenth episode was aired on December 11, 2013. ABC will not air the remaining three episodes of its original 13-episode order, but may do so at a later date.[7]

In 2014, it was announced that Lawson will topline the CBS comedy pilot Save the Date.[8]

Filmography[edit]

Lawson at the 2009 Comic-Con in San Diego.
YearTitleRoleNotes
1996Unhappily Ever AfterMadelyn2 episodes
Hang TimeKim1 episode
1997Step by StepAlana Mills
Boy Meets WorldDebbie
MeegoBrooke
CybillJennifer12 episodes
1998Home ImprovementSamantha Hase1 episode
PleasantvilleLisa Anne
I've Been Waiting for YouDebbie Murdock
1999Party of FiveAlexaRecurring role
ERShannon Mitchell1 episode
Family RulesHope Harrison6 episodes
WorkingJulie1 episode
FelicityRebecca
2000Model BehaviorAlex Borroughs/Janine AdamsTV film
2001Inside SchwartzEveSeries regular
2002Nancy DrewNancy DrewTV movie
CheatsJulie Merkel
Heart of a StrangerAmanda MaddoxTV movie
SmallvilleChrissy/Missy Parker1 episode
2003Winter BreakMichelle
2003–2004It's All RelativeLiz Stoddard-BanksSeries regular
2004Love RulesKellyTV film
Revenge of a Middle-Aged WomanRachel
2005Tru CallingMegan Roberts1 episode
2006CrumbsAndrea MaloneSeries regular
2006–2014PsychJuliet O'Hara
2007CleanerCherie
Rules of Engagement1 episode
2008Fear ItselfSamantha
2009Still Waiting...Allison
Killer HairLacey SmithsonianTV film
Hostile MakeoverLacey Smithsonian
GamerFemale News Host #1
2010A Date with DianaDianaShortfilm
2012JustifiedLayla1 episode
2013Back in the GameTerry Gannon, Jr.Series regular
2014Save the DateKate

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