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Well known in her hometown of Patterson, Georgia, when she was a child, she began acting during high school. in 2005, Strickland garnered positive critical comment for the romantic comedy Fever Pitch, and in 2007, she was a cast regular in the television show The Wedding Bells and subsequently was added to the cast of Private Practice. Strickland was born in Blackshear, Georgia to Susan Strickland, a nurse, and Dee Strickland, a high school football coach, principal and superintendent. When staying in Philadelphia, Strickland had opportunities to take part in other films in production in and around the city. in 2003, Strickland was cast opposite Eddie Cibrian in the pilot episode for an uncommissioned small screen serial adaptation of John Grisham’s novel The Street Lawyer. She played the girlfriend of Keaton’s character’s ex-husband (played by Paul Michael Glaser), a relationship involving age disparity that raised the eyebrows of Keaton and her daughter (Amanda Peet).
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Her participation in the 2003 Hollywood films Anything Else and Something’s Gotta Give led to her receiving significant parts in the horror pictures Anacondas and The Grudge (both 2004). in 2005, Strickland garnered positive critical comment for the romantic comedy Fever Pitch, and in 2007, she was a cast regular in the television show The Wedding Bells and subsequently was added to the cast of Private Practice. She has spoken of an affinity for her strong female characters and a desire to avoid sexualizing or sensationalizing her self-presentation as a woman. I wanted to be in it”. The same year, she served as an extra in the independent film The Sterling Chase, and appeared in a small role opposite Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie in James Mangold’s drama Girl, Interrupted. After she moved to New York City, Strickland appeared in Adam Bhala Lough’s filmmaking debut, Bomb the System, which received unenthusiastic notices from critics and was not shown outside film festivals until 2005. She acted in a December 2002 episode of the television show Law & Order: Criminal Intent and made nine guest appearances on All My Children, which enabled her to leave her waitressing job.