It's 2011 and Constance has had a busy year already! Excited about being back for the series finale of Entourage marking their 8th and her 6th final season! Starting the year with performing in a world premiere play written and directed by Roger Kumble starring alongside Brooke Shields, Andrea Bendewald and Nicole Paggi. At the same time she shot a new pilot, HOMEGAME for CBS produced by Mark Wahlberg and Steven Levinson with Rob Riggle as her husband. This would be her first return to the sitcom life as as series regular since starring in "Good Morning, Miami," but it didn't get picked up. Followed by a supporting role in the indie film THE BABYMAKERS with Paul Schnieder and Olivia Munn and finally guest starring on Royal Pains with her old friend and co star Mark Feuerstein from GMM.
Excited that the 9 episodes of "Love Bites" with Greg Grunberg and Becki Newton, finally got to reach an audience this summer. Constance also enjoyed guest starring on "The New Adventures of Old Christine" and "Pushing Daisies" last year and her last series regular role as Claire on ABC's "Boston Legal." Before that she had finished one season as Brianna on "In Justice" alongside Kyle Maclachan and Jason O'Mara. You might have recognized her from the various other shows she appeared on including the recurring character, Sister Lily Waters, on "Joan of Arcadia" for CBS. If that's not where you know her from, then it could have been her 2 season run in the NBC comedy series, "Good Morning, Miami," as the lazy, burned out assistant Penny.
After paying her dues in a number of notable commercial spots including being the "Rite Aid" girl for a year and also the unrecognizable daughter in the plastic "Duracell" commercials, she booked her first TV guest- starring roles on the hit shows "Seinfeld" and "Ellen." Working steadily ever since, Zimmer has appeared on "Jake in Progress", "NYPD Blue", "Philly", "The X-Files", "Gideon's Crossing", "Providence", "The King Of Queens" and "Chicago Hope" to name a few. She has also had recurring roles on "The Fighting Fitzgeralds," "The Trouble With Normal," "Young Person's guide to becoming a Rockstar," "Wayans Bros." and the list goes on. Some of her feature-film credits include the independent films "Home Room," "Spin Cycle," "Warm Blooded Killers," and a film festival favorite, a short film directed by Tiffani Thiessen "Just Pray." She also has a few small roles in some independent features including a role in the Warner Bros. film "Chaos Theory" starring Ryan Reynolds and Emily Mortimer, directed by Marcos Siega and The Hammer with Adam Carolla.
played by Constance Zimmer