Halley Feiffer is an American actress and playwright.
Feiffer graduated from Wesleyan University in 2007. She is the daughter of famed satirist and cartoonist Jules Feiffer, and writer, actor, and comedienne Jenny Allen.
Feiffer's work as a playwright has been produced off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theatre and at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. She won the National Young Playwrights' Contest in 2002.
She has performed off-Broadway in subUrbia, Election Day, None of the Above, Still Life, Some Americans Abroad, and Tiger Be Still.
In April 2011, she made her Broadway debut in The House of Blue Leaves starring Ben Stiller, Edie Falco and Jennifer Jason Leigh, directed by David Cromer.
Her films include You Can Count on Me, Stephanie Daley, Noah Baumbach's The Squid and the Whale and Margot at the Wedding, The Messenger, Jared Hess's Gentlemen Broncos, Twelve Thirty, and Todd Haynes' HBO miniseries Mildred Pierce.
She also guest-starred on the HBO show Flight of the Conchords in the Season Two episode "Wingmen", and has guest-starred on Ugly Betty, The Good Wife, Law & Order and Torchwood.
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