Beth Lacke is an American actress. Initially, she had roles in the films The Rest of Your Life, Joshua, and Mr 3000 during the early 2000s. She also made one-time appearances in such TV shows as ER and How I Met Your Mother, as well as roles in the TV films Platonically Incorrect and Grand Union. From 2006 to 2008, she then became known for her role as Amanda Pennington in the TV series Happy Hour. In the 2010s, she starred as Connie Standish in the short-lived show Work It. Lacke later had performances in the films Open Tables and Stars in Shorts: No Ordinary Love. Following this, she played the role of Meghan Womack in the TV series Frequency. Her latest film role was in 2018’s Hope Springs Eternal.