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full name georgia lynn porter credited as georgia porter date of birth october 11 1986 + 29 place of birth chicago, illinois residences los angeles, california occupation actress parents scott porter, denise porter brothers kyle, charlie, nathan, colin pets GARY BUSEY relationship status taken

Georgia Porter (born October 11, 1986) is an American actress, stage and theatre actress best known for her of Regina George in Mean Girls and Britta Perry on Community.

early life

Georgia Porter was born the youngest and only girl of a family six to Scott and Denise Porter of Chicago, Illinois. Growing up, Georgia found herself in love with I Love Lucy and Gilda Radner on Saturday Night Love. This love led her to bugging her parents until they agreed to let her take acting classes at a local theatre. Acting classes turned into drama camps and soon enough, she was begging her way into children's acting troupe. Despite her passion and drive, she never got to be the star of the plays, which was partly due to the fact that she was the chubby kid and played the lovable side kick better than the main actor.


After begging her parents all year long in 1998, Georgia's mother, Denise, agreed to take her to Los Angeles during her vacation so she could audition for roles. Without knowing anyone, the pair packed their suitcases and wished the boys of the family good luck as the left for vacation. Playing the part of momager, Denise ended up getting Georgia a few auditions. One in particular, Freaks and Geeks, which happened to be directed by producer, and up and coming director, Judd Apatow. Upon getting the role, the family decided to relocate to Los Angeles while Georgia followed her dreams and appeared on tv.

Despite the series only lasting one season, it gave Georgia the bug to pursue her ambitions even more. It took two years, but slowly Georgia started booking steady work as an actress. Winning casting directors over with her goofy personality, she found herself in various comedic roles, ranging from a supporting actress to even one of the main stars.

In 2008, Georgia found herself with a steady gig, starring as Britta on NBC's Community. The role was one of a lifetime, giving her not only steady work, but a way to break the idea of her only being able to play high school students. It also opened the door to more film roles that she was struggling to get scripts for, and gave her a fan following she could have never expected due to the cult following the show acquired.

Since taking up her role as Britta, Georgia has found success within the acting world. Taking up the title of funny girl, she hasn't taken it upon herself to break that mold.


(2016-) “love” mickey
(2015) “lip-sync battle” herself (alison brie)
(2014-) “bojack horseman” diane nguyen / vincent adultman / olivia / etc
(2008-2015) “community” britta perry
(2012) “the league” gina gibiatti
(2005-2008) “robot chicken” evie ethel garland / gloria baker / shana "scarlet" o'hara / various voices
(2002-2005) “8 simple rules” bridget hennessy
(1999-2000) “freaks and geeks” millie kenter


(2016) ghostbusters jillian holtzmann
(2016) how to be single lucy
(2015) the night before betsy
(2014) a million ways to die in the west louise
(2014) the lego movie unikitty
(2013) bad milo sarah
(2013) rapture-palooza lindsay lewis
(2013) the to-do list amber
(2012) seeking a friend for the end of the world katie / the waitress
(2012) what to expect when you’re expecting skylar
(2008) the house bunny joanne
(2006) john tucker must die carrie
(2005) the 40 year old virgin marla
(2004) mean girls regina george


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» Is a fan of Chicago sports teams (Bear, White Sox, Bulls, Black Hawks).

» Grow up a huge fan of Lucille Ball and Gilda Radner.

» Has struggled with her weight all her life. Her parents even affectionately nicknamed her “Georgie Porgie” due to her being overweight.

» Was named after the Ray Charles song “Georgia on my Mind.”