Deirdre Lovejoy is an American actress. She had her career beginnings in the 1990s, debuting with her portrayal of Rosemary Kennedy in the miniseries The Kennedys of Massachusetts. After a couple of one-time roles, she had her first credited film role in 1998’s Sour Grapes. In the 2000s, she gained recognition for her role as Asst. State’s Attorney Rhonda Pearlman in the acclaimed series The Wire. She later had performances in the films The Stepfather, Bad Teacher, and Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk. Lovejoy also played Heather Taffet in 3 episodes of Bones. In 2016, she starred as Detective Linda Cutter in American Gothic, as well as appeared as Cynthia Panabaker in The Blacklist. As of 2019, she plays the recurring character, Charlotte Tuck, in Raising Dion. Other film roles include The Post and Beauty Mark.