Elisha Cuthbert

Elisha Ann Cuthbert (born November 30, 1982) is a Canadian actress and model. She played Kim Bauer in the series 24, Darcie Goldberg in the 2003 college comedy Old School, Danielle in the 2004 teen comedy film The Girl Next Door, and Carly Jones in the 2005 remake of House of Wax. As of June 2019, she plays Abby Phillips in the Netflix Original Series The Ranch.[1] In 2013, Maxim magazine named her "TV's most beautiful woman".[2]

Elisha Cuthbert
Cuthbert promoting 24 in 2009
Elisha Ann Cuthbert

(1982-11-30) November 30, 1982
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
ResidenceOttawa, Ontario, Canada
  • Actress
  • model
Years active1996–present
Dion Phaneuf (m. 2013)

At the age of 14, Cuthbert made her feature film debut in the 1997 family-drama Dancing on the Moon. Her first major lead role came in the 1998 drama film Airspeed (No Control) alongside Joe Mantegna. In 2001, she starred in the movie Lucky Girl, in which she received her first award, the Gemini Awards, but her career began in earnest in the 2000s when she played Kim Bauer, daughter of Jack Bauer in the action series 24. Subsequently, Cuthbert appeared in the lead role in the films The Quiet (2005) and Captivity (2007).

From 2011 to 2013, Cuthbert starred as Alex Kerkovich in the three seasons of the ABC comedy Happy Endings.

Early life

Elisha Ann Cuthbert was born November 30, 1982, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, the daughter of Patricia, a housewife, and Kevin, an automotive design engineer.[3] She grew up in Greenfield Park, Quebec. She also lived in Toronto, Ontario, before moving on to acting. In 2000, she graduated from Centennial Regional High School and moved to Los Angeles at the age of 17.[4]



When she was nine, Cuthbert started modelling children's clothing and also became a foot model.[5] She made her first televised appearance as an extra in the horror-themed series for children, Are You Afraid of the Dark?; she later became a regular on the show. Cuthbert co-hosted Popular Mechanics for Kids with Jay Baruchel, filmed in Montreal. Her reporting captured the attention of Hillary Clinton, who invited her to the White House.[6]

Cuthbert landed a role in a feature film in the family drama Dancing on the Moon (1997). She appeared in other Canadian family films and in an airplane thriller, Airspeed. In 2000, Cuthbert co-starred in Believe, a Canadian film with Ricky Mabe. The following year, she starred in the Canadian television movie, Lucky Girl, and was awarded a Gemini Award for her performance.[7]


Soon after her move to Hollywood, she was cast as Kim Bauer, daughter of federal agent Jack Bauer, in the television series 24. She appeared in the show's first three seasons, but not in its fourth; she guest-starred in two episodes in the fifth season. She also reprised her role as Kim Bauer in 24: The Game and again guest-starred in five episodes of the seventh season and in two episodes of the eighth season.

She began her Hollywood film career with small roles in Old School, which grossed $87 million. Her next film, Love Actually, earned $246.4 million worldwide.[8]

Her first break in a major film role was in 2004, The Girl Next Door. She played an ex–porn star, Danielle, opposite Emile Hirsch. She had reservations about the part, but was persuaded by director Luke Greenfield. She researched the role, speaking to adult actresses from Wicked Pictures and Vivid Entertainment.[9] The film was compared to Risky Business,[10][11] although Cuthbert said her character was not directly based on Rebecca De Mornay's. Critics were divided; some praised the film for boldness, others, notably Roger Ebert, called it gimmicky and exploitative.[12][13] Ebert wrote that he saw Cuthbert's character as "quite the most unpleasant character I have seen in some time."[14] The View London said: "Cuthbert is surprisingly good, too – aside from being drop dead gorgeous, she also proves herself a capable comic actress in the Cameron Diaz mould".[15] Cuthbert won two nominations for the MTV Movie Awards for Best Kiss and Best Breakthrough Performance.

In her next film, Cuthbert starred with Paris Hilton and Chad Michael Murray in the 2005 remake of the horror film House of Wax. In one scene, her character attempted to open her mouth while her lips were sealed with glue. For realism, she used Superglue over prosthetics.[16] House of Wax was largely panned, critics citing a range of flaws. It was called "notable for having some of the most moronic protagonists ever to populate a horror film," though of those characters, critics tended to think Cuthbert "fares the best." Though it received negative reviews the film was a box office success, which grossed $70 million worldwide.[17] The Houston Chronicle cited Cuthbert as an exception.[18] Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle said of the film, "Elisha Cuthbert's matter-of-fact, likable quality helps. Seeing her turn into wax would be as bad as seeing that happen to Glenda Farrell (the star of the 1933 version)."[19] The Movie said: "The performances are always professional and understated in their believable cogency, particularly Cuthbert, a talented, beautiful young actress who has proven time and again just what a multilayered and promising future she has ahead of her. Cuthbert digs into the role of Carly with strength, determination, and horrified realism; you believe as you watch her that she is going through these things and forget all about the actor playing the part, which is the biggest compliment of all.[20] Sergio Leone of Filmjerk.com said: "[Paris] Hilton ... only plays her known personality in the film. She's overshadowed by the strong work from the rest of the cast, notably Chad Michael Murray and especially Elisha Cuthbert, who gives the film a strong dose of enthusiasm with her Jamie Lee Curtis esque performance."[21] Cuthbert was nominated at Teen Choice Awards in two categories Choice Movie: Actress – Action / Adventure / Thriller and Choice Movie: Rumble.

Cuthbert's next film was the indie film The Quiet. She was co-star and co-producer. She played Nina, a temperamental 17-year-old cheerleader who suffers sexual abuse by her father. Cuthbert looked to her younger cousin as inspiration for how to play a teenager.[22] The Quiet, distributed by Sony Pictures Classics, premiered at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival and received a limited release in Los Angeles and New York City on August 25, 2006,[23] before expanding regionally in the US on September 1. Cuthbert initially wanted to play role of the silent Dot, but director Jamie Babbit instead cast Camilla Belle in that part[24] after Thora Birch pulled out.[25] Babbit reasoned that "To me, Dot has to be someone you could believe would be invisible in high school. You look at Elisha, this beautiful woman with the most perfect body you've ever seen, and you think, there's no high school in America where this girl could be invisible. No matter how much hair and makeup I do, it's not going to happen." The Daily Californian conceded that "Despite the plot's failings, Cuthbert does a convincing job in her role, exuding an outer shell so tough that when her inner, softer layers emerge, it's a natural change of character.[26] Empire Movies agreed, commenting that "this is Elisha Cuthbert's best film performance to date. Cuthbert's Nina has the majority of the most graphic and disturbing dialogue in the film, especially during one particular lunchroom scene where the camera is close up on Cuthbert and Belle's faces."[27]

Cuthbert appeared in the music video for Weezer's "Perfect Situation" in early 2006, playing the group's fictional original singer who threw a tantrum that led to Rivers Cuomo, the roadie, becoming frontman of the band.[28] She also had a small role in Paris Hilton's music video for the song "Nothing in This World".[29]

In 2007, Cuthbert appeared in Captivity, a thriller centered on a fashion model taunted by a psychopath who has imprisoned her in a cellar,[30][31] a role for which she was nominated for a Razzie award as Worst Actress[32] and Teen Choice Awards for Choice Movie Actress: Horror/Thriller.[33] The film grossed $10.9 million at the box office.[34] The critic Stephen Whitty of the Newark Star-Ledger said, "When, in the last few minutes, Cuthbert finally slipped her bonds and began looking for her tormentors, I knew exactly how she felt."[35] The View London published: "The Worst Cuthbert struggles to make her character sympathetic because the script doesn't give her anything to work with, while Daniel Gillies is too creepy-looking to convince as a potential love interest."[36]


In He Was a Quiet Man, Cuthbert played Vanessa, a quadriplegic, starring with Christian Slater. The film was in limited release in 2007, and it was released on DVD in early 2008.[37]

In 2008, Cuthbert appeared in My Sassy Girl, a remake of a Korean film, starring with Jesse Bradford. Her next film was the family comedy, The Six Wives of Henry Lefay, with Tim Allen, in which she played his daughter. She starred in the Canadian miniseries Guns. She was a judge in season two, episode two of Project Runway Canada, in which designers were challenged to create a "party dress" for her.[38]

Cuthbert reprised her character Kim Bauer in the seventh season of 24 for five episodes.[39] She was also to star in the CBS drama pilot Ny-Lon, playing a New York literacy teacher/record-store clerk who embarks on a transatlantic romance with a London stockbroker. The project, based on a British series starring Rashida Jones and Stephen Moyer, was canceled.[40]

In December 2009, ABC said Cuthbert had joined the cast of The Forgotten in a recurring role as Maxine Denver, a Chicago professional.[41] It was expected for Cuthbert to play the role of Trixie in sports action- comedy film Speed Racer (2008), but Christina Ricci was eventually chosen.[42]

From April 2011 to May 2013, Cuthbert starred as Alex Kerkovich for three seasons on the ABC ensemble comedy Happy Endings alongside Eliza Coupe, Zachary Knighton, Adam Pally, Damon Wayans Jr. and Casey Wilson.[43] Despite critical acclaim and having a cult following, the show was cancelled by ABC after the conclusion of its third season on May 3, 2013. Cuthbert was nominated for the Online Film & Television Association Award in 2012 and 2013 in the category of "Best Cast in a Comedy Series"[44] and TV Guide Awards for Favorite Cast, the series was also nominated for 28 other awards including the Satellite Awards for Best Series comedy television or music. Cuthbert's performance also received positive reviews from critics. In 2013, she was regarded as a promising contender for an Emmy Award in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series category,[45][46][47][48] though she did not receive a nomination. 

In 2012, Cuthbert was host of the American Music Awards.[49] In October 2012, she appeared in The Gaslight Anthem's music video "Here Comes My Man", playing the girlfriend of a man who mistreats her, until she imagines a romantic relationship with a character in a film and chooses to end her real relationship.[50]

In 2013, she made the cover of Maxim, who named her TV's Most Beautiful Woman.[51]

In February 2014, Cuthbert signed to play the female lead role in Liz Feldman and Ellen DeGeneres' new NBC sitcom pilot One Big Happy. Cuthbert stars as Lizzy, a lesbian who gets pregnant just as her straight male best friend Luke (played by Nick Zano) meets and marries the love of his life, Prudence.[52] Six episodes of the show were ordered on May 9, 2014, and it debuted mid-season in early 2015. The series was canceled after one season.[53]

In 2015, Cuthbert joined Seann William Scott in a sequel to the 2011 comedy Goon. The new film, titled Goon: Last of the Enforcers, went into production in June in Toronto. Liev Schreiber and Alison Pill will also reprise their roles from the first film.[54]

In September 2015, Netflix announced Cuthbert would join the cast of The Ranch, a comedy series.[55]

Public image

Since she began playing Kim Bauer, she has frequently made the magazines FHM and Maxim's annual "hottest women" lists. Her highest ranking was No. 4 in the 2008 UK Edition of FHM's 100 Sexiest Women in the World list. She was ranked No. 14 in 2003, No. 10 in 2004,[56] No. 5 in 2005,[57] No. 22 in 2006, No. 10 in 2007[58] and No. 7 in 2009.[59] The U.S. Edition ranked her No. 53 in 2003, No. 63 in 2004, and No. 54 in 2006.

Cuthbert was ranked No. 10 by AskMen.com readers in the list "Top 99 Women of 2007."[60] In Maxim's Hot 100 list, she was ranked No. 84 in 2002,[61] No. 9 in 2003,[62] No. 21 in 2004,[63] No. 92 in 2006, No. 25 in 2007, No. 6 in 2008, No. 43 in 2009, No. 65 in 2011,[64] No. 34 in 2012,[65] and No. 10 in 2013.[66] The magazine also featured her in its Girls of Maxim Gallery. In 2013, the magazine named her the Most Beautiful Woman in Television.[67] BuddyTV ranked her No. 33 on its TV's 100 Sexiest Women of 2011 list,[68] No. 13 in 2012[69] and No. 30 in 2015.[70] Also includes she among The 15 Best Comedy Supporting Actresses of the 2011–2012 TV Season[71] and 2012–2013 TV Season.[72] The Canadian Business named her one of the most powerful Canadians in Hollywood,[73] The New York Daily News listed her as one of the Sexiest Canadian celebrities of 2016.[74][75]

Complex has ranked her in The 25 Hottest Canadian Women,[76] The 100 Hottest Women of the 2000s,[77] The 25 Hottest Blonde Bombshell Actresses[78] and The 50 Hottest Celebrity Sports Fans.[79] In 2013, GQ magazine listed her among The 100 Hottest Women of the 21st Century[80] and The 100 Sexiest Women of Millennium.[81]

Personal life

Cuthbert has two younger siblings and enjoys painting,[82] is an ice hockey fan and Los Angeles Kings season-ticket holder. In 2005, she maintained a blog on the NHL website, though she did not post for most of the season.[83][84]


Cuthbert and hockey player Dion Phaneuf, then the Captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs, announced their engagement in September 2012,[85][86] and they married on July 6, 2013 at St. James Catholic Church in Summerfield, Prince Edward Island.[87] Living in Ottawa during the hockey season, Cuthbert and Phaneuf spend their summers at Phaneuf's waterfront estate outside New London, Prince Edward Island, in his parents' home province.[87][88][89]

The couple's first child, a daughter, was born in 2017.[90][91]



Year Title Role
1997 Dancing on the Moon Sarah
1997 Nico the Unicorn Carolyn Price
1998 Airspeed Nicole Stone
1999 Believe Katherine Winslowe
1999 Time at the Top Susan Shawson
2000 Who Gets the House? Emily Reece
2003 Love Actually American Goddess Carol
2003 Old School Darcie Goldberg
2004 The Girl Next Door Danielle
2005 House of Wax Carly Jones
2005 The Quiet Nina Deer
2007 Captivity Jennifer Tree
2007 He Was a Quiet Man Vanessa
2008 My Sassy Girl Jordan Roark
2008 Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! Herself
2008 Guns Frances Dett
2009 The Six Wives of Henry Lefay Barbara "Barby" Lefay
2014 Just Before I Go Penny Morgan
2017 Goon: Last of the Enforcers Mary


Year Title Role Notes
1997–2000 Popular Mechanics for Kids Herself Host
1999–2000 Are You Afraid of the Dark? Megan Main role, 24 episodes
2000 Mail to the Chief Madison Osgood Television movie
2001 Largo Winch Abby Episode: "Dear Abby"
2001 Lucky Girl Katlin Palmerson Television movie; also known as My Daughter's Secret Life
2001–10 24 Kim Bauer Main role, 79 episodes
2004 MADtv Herself / Kim Bauer 1 episode: 24 parody
2008 NY-LON Edie Failed television pilot[92]
2008 Family Guy New Bedford Season 7, episode 6
2010 The Forgotten Maxine Denver Recurring role, 6 episodes
2011–13 Happy Endings Alex Kerkovich Main role, 57 episodes
2013 24/7 Winter Classic: Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Detroit Red Wings Herself
2015 One Big Happy Lizzy Main role, 6 episodes
2016–present The Ranch Abby Phillips-Bennett Recurring role (season 1); main role (season 2–present)


Year Title Role Notes
2012 Happy Endings: Happy Rides Alex Kerkovich Directed 1 episode

Music videos

Year Title Artist Role
2004 "She Will Be Loved" (Version 1) Maroon 5 Love Interest, appears in the unfinished first version.[93]
2005 "Perfect Situation" Weezer Lead Singer of "Weeze"
2006 "Nothing in This World" Paris Hilton Popular Girl
2012 "Here Comes My Man" The Gaslight Anthem Girlfriend[50]
2015 "Make Our Own Way" Little Brutes This is used as the theme song to Cuthbert's now cancelled show One Big Happy, the music video is basically about her, but the song is about something else.[94]

Video games

Year Title Role
2006 24: The Game Kim Bauer

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Work Result Ref
2001 Gemini Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series Lucky Girl Won [7]
2002 Online Film Critics Society Best Cast in a Drama Series 24 Nominated [95]
2003 Online Film Critics Society Best Cast in a Drama Series 24 Won [96]
2003 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV: Female Breakout Star 24 Nominated [97]
2003 Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award Best Ensemble Love Actually Won [98]
2003 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series 24 Nominated [99]
2003 Online Film & Television Association Award Best Ensemble Love Actually Nominated [100]
2005 MTV Movie Awards Best Kiss The Girl Next Door Nominated [101]
2005 MTV Movie Awards Best Breakthrough Performance, Female The Girl Next Door Nominated [101]
2005 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series 24 Nominated [102]
2005 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Action/Thriller House of Wax Nominated [103]
2005 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Rumble House of Wax Nominated [104]
2006 Spike Video Game Awards Best Female Interpretation of a Supporting Character 24: The Game Nominated [105]
2006 Online Film & Television Association Award Best Cast in a Drama Series 24 Nominated [106]
2007 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Horror/Thriller Captivity Nominated [33]
2008 Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Actress Captivity Nominated [107]
2009 Online Film & Television Association Award Best Cast in a Drama Series 24 Nominated [108]
2012 Online Film & Television Association Award Best Ensemble in a Comedy series Happy Endings Nominated [44]


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