She had recurring roles on both the NBC drama series Chicago Fire and the HBO comedy-drama series Girls.
She started acting and taking acting classes because her parents were concerned that she was so shy and introverted. In 2006, she had a recurring role on the short-lived ABC drama Six Degrees as Anya, a young assistant in a relationship with a much older photographer.
Later that year, she played Hildy Young in the new USA Network series To Love and Die, that began airing in late December 2008.
She also participated in a short film called Carjacking directed by Dan Passman and co-starring Geoff Stults.
For twenty-six-year-old Chloe, life is a party and love is the ultimate buzz kill—but her future self knows that dating losers and eating nothing but junk food has Chloe headed down a path to regret and bad hair days.
To set her straight, Chloe’s older, wiser self Face Times and texts her advice from ten years in the future, thanks to an app provided by season one star, Shiri Appleby (“Life Unexpected”), who returns for a guest appearance in season two.
But will knowing what happens next be enough to save Chloe from herself and renew her faith in true love?
Shiri Freda Appleby (born December 7, 1978) is an American actress.
She is known for her leading role as Liz Parker in the television series Roswell.
Her film credits include A Time for Dancing (2002), where she played a main role as Sam Russel; Swimfan (2002); Havoc (2005) with Anne Hathaway; and Charlie Wilson's War (2007) with Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts.
In 2008, Appleby joined the cast of the final season of ER, playing an intern named Daria Wade, before starring as Cate Cassidy in the CW drama Life Unexpected that ran for two seasons.
In the summer of 2012, she starred as Lucy in the web comedy series Dating Rules from My Future Self.