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In October 2009, Johnston played Helen in an episode of the popular series “Ugly Betty” called “The Butterfly Effect: Part 2.” She would reprise her role in the episodes “Chica and the Man” and “Smokin' Hot” (both 2010).Still in 2009, she portrayed Patsy in the TV film “Ab Fab,” a remake of “Absolutely Fabulous” (1992), Deb in Gary Winick's comedy “Bride Wars,” opposite Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway, and Irene in “Finding Bliss,” a comedy written and directed by Julie Davis that starred Leelee Sobieski and Matthew Davis.The show would open doors for Johnston for a career in television and movies.Johnston had her first taste in front of the film cameras when she landed a part in the 35 minute comedy “The Orkly Kid” (1985), directed and written by Trent Harris and starring Crispin Glover.She also appeared in episodes of “Queens Supreme” (2003), “Sex and the City” (2005, as Lexi Featherston), played Suzanne Collins on an unsold pilot titled “Don't Ask” (2005) and acted on stage in William Shakespeare's “Twelfth Night” (2002, as Maria), “Aunt Dan and Lemon” (2004) and “The Baltimore Waltz” (2004). Eve Peyton on several episodes of the hit medical series “ER.” From November 2006 to February 2007, Johnston worked on the stage production “Love Song.” She also had a small role in Marc Lawrence's “Music and Lyrics” (2007), a comedy film starring Hugh Grant and Scott Porter, played the voice role of Warmonga in “Kim Possible” (3 episodes, 2007) and appeared in the short film “Puppy Love” (2008).2008 also found her acting in “The Understudy” at the Williamstown Theater Festival.She resurfaced eight years later starring with Scott Renderer in Bruno de Almeida's acclaimed short “The Debt” (1993), which won a Canal Award at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival, among other recognitions.Her feature acting debut arrived in 1995 when she was cast as Kate in “Backfire,” a comedy starring Josh Mosby, Robert Mitchum and Kathy Ireland.

Eugene's Catholic Grade School and Whitefish Bay High School.On stage, she appeared in Peter Hedges’ off-Broadway comedy “Baby Anger” (1997) and played Sabina in the revival of Thornton Wilder's “The Skin of Our Teeth” (1998).With her success on “3rd Rock from the Sun,” Johnston eventually got her first prominent role in a movie when director Jay Roach hired her to play Ivana Humpalot, an evil former KGB agent, in the blockbuster action comedy “Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me” (1999), which starred Mike Myers.She went on to receive a BFA in drama from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts (1989).She also studied the technique “Practical Aesthetics” at the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School in New York City, which was founded by David Mamet and William H. The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas Kristen Johnston launched her stage career with New York's Atlantic Theater Company.

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